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Probiotics, Preconception and Pregnancy.

This is a guest post written by my peer Angela Sinclair who holds qualifications in Western Herbal Medicine, Nutrition and Naturopathy and practices as Digestive Detective - specialising in digestive health. Angela practises in Sydney and can be contacted via her website, click here. Lately … [Read More...]


Lemon Loaf with Lemon Sugar Syrup

Lemon anything and I'm in! Lemon curd stuffed inside a baked donut, lemon meringue pie, citron tart, lemon juice on chips, pancakes, stir fries, curries, avocado on toast, lemon rind in cakes and muffins. Zesty, tangy, sweet and sour, fresh, bright yellow and zingy - Yes Please! Recipe for … [Read More...]


How to make sourdough step by step.

Following on from my last post, where I showed you how I made my starter from scratch (you can read that by clicking here) in this post I am going to take you step by step through the way I make a … [Read More...]


How to make a sourdough starter.

I made my sourdough starter in January 2016, using the recipe from the book "Bread" by Paul Hollywood. I will include the link to the clip from the BBC Food website at the end of this post so that … [Read More...]


Chocolate chip sour cream cake

Here is a cake that is scrumptious. I love its texture, the sour cream gives it a density that keeps it on the kitchen bench for up to three days without going crumbly and it doesn't require any icing … [Read More...]


Nutrient Profile: Vitamin A.

"Vitamin A" is not a singular nutrient, rather a term given to variety of lipid (fat)-soluble compounds related to RETINOL. Retinol, retinal and retinoic acid are RETINOIDS and are referred to as … [Read More...]


Does washing fruit and veg in vinegar really make a difference?

The answer is: YES. Washing something that has come from the dirt, sprayed during its growth, handled during harvest, handled during sorting, handled during packing, handled during transit, handled … [Read More...]

Nuts, seeds, legumes are good sources of folate

Protein Content of Foods List

How much protein do we need to eat daily? The commonly recommended amount is around 0.8 - 1 gram for every kilogram of body weight (Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand, Protein. … [Read More...]