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5 Herbs for Healing: Ginger

Ginger is an all-time favourite herb of mine! Ginger provides valuable minerals, bridging the gap between diet and medicine. Renowned for its healing and cold-fighting benefits...

5 Herbs for Healing: Cumin

Our new mini-series “5 Herbs for Healing” showcases Renee's 5 favourite herbs and spices that everyone can use in their home and everyday lives. Enjoy the simplicity of using food as medicine. This week features Cumin...

Chocolate & Avocado Tart

Isn’t it cool how avocado can be turned into an incredibly chocolatey and indulgent dessert? Fill a sweet, nutty base with it and you have this wonderful pie in less than an hour! Give it a whirl, even if you are not a fan of avocados, because this is a definite crowd pleaser. Contains no refined sugars or dairy. Ingredients Filling: 3 x Avocado 1 banana 1/2 cup cacao 1/2 cup raw honey 5 x dates 1/4 cup coconut milk 1/4 cup coconut oil. Base: 1 cup mixed nuts all kinds 1/2 cup dried apricots 5 medjool or 10 Iranian...


Addicted to Alcohol: Why These Perth People Stopped Drinking

You enjoy a couple of cocktails after work on a Friday. A bottle of wine with dinner. Maybe even a blowout on the weekend. But how much is too much? And when does casual drinking turn into addiction? It’s hard to tell. Especially when your friend gets drunk off two drinks, but you need six before you feel the effects. And when the culture in Australia sees drinking as a prerequisite to socializing – problem drinkers rarely see their drinking as an issue. Knowing when enough is enough is different for everyone. Alcohol addiction is as much about how you feel...


How to Feel Better Instantly: 5 Ways Exercise Will Improve Your Life Right Now

We know, we know. You don’t need to feel guiltier about the amount you exercise, but we thought it might be helpful focusing on the benefits exercise has on the mind, rather than the body.   A 2006 study stated that exercise reduces anxiety, depression and negative mood by improving self-esteem and cognitive function, in other words, you won’t just be happier after exercise, but your brain will work better.   Much like the philosophy behind our food is about helping you achieve your highest potential – mind, body and soul – our view of exercise the same. Staying active...