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Fibre need not taste like chaff. This high-fibre breakfast is a sweet, crunchy, toasty and tasty treat.
This nutritionally rewarding Mediterranean salad nourishes the gut AND mind and lets you swap ingredients according to taste.
It’s not just the decadent flavours of this slice that will lift your mood – so too will its magnesium and B vitamins.
Have a jar of pesto in your fridge and you can whip up a meal in no time at all.
Get all the benefits of this nutrient-rich fish, but with the ‘fishy’ taste tamed by equally tasty ingredients.
An easy, protein-packed meal that is suitable for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
This muesli is packed with all the beneficial ingredients needed to feed the gut bacteria, making for a happy digestive system.
Pop this delicious combination of linseeds, walnuts, cinnamon and blueberries on your porridge or yoghurt to help give your brain a boost.
This salad combines the fresh tastes of summer, contains no animal fat, and includes nutrient rich green leafy vegetables, in the form of herbs.
Make breakfast count! Start your day with a delicious bowl of high fibre oats, seeds and nuts, topped with calcium rich yoghurt.
This easy-to-make dish embodies the health-supporting Mediterranean diet.
A fresh take on the traditional lunch – turkey, roast vegies and millet combined as a simple fix for a hot Australian Christmas.
This meat-free stuffing is made up of whole food ingredients. Ground nuts, leek and celery form the base instead of bread and/or mince (traditionally used as the bulk of stuffing), along with some classic aromatic stuffing herbs.
Are you bothered by menopause symptoms? This tasty, phytoestrogen-rich bread may offer some relief.
Store-bought crackers can hide unhealthy fats and oils, as well as sugar and additives. But you won’t find those in these easy and healthy home-made alternatives.
This recipe is a gluten-free, family-friendly way to include more colourful, antioxidant-rich vegetables in your diet.
A healthy, easy to prepare dish using calamari, which is rich in the brain boosting fish oil, DHA.
Green smoothies are a popular way to include vegetables into your diet to ensure you reach the recommended intake of five vegetables per day.
Enjoy it for dinner one night, then fight the afternoon energy fade with three lunches of this easy, sustaining and colourful dish.
So quick and easy to prepare, keep this delicious slice on hand in the fridge as a healthy treat for family and friends.