Food

11/24/2017
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Happiness and the gut.
The research trail into how our gut influences our mood deepens with some promising links to staying calm and being happy. In the future, psychobiotics could be used to complement treatment for depression and anxiety. SARAH NANCLARES investigates.
11/22/2017
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A nourishing start to your day.
For Dr Libby Weaver, there's nothing that can replace a highly nourishing way of eating, so why not start your day with these strawberry chia pots?
11/19/2017
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Trepidation to relaxation.
For many women, ‘that time of the month’ is met with a conditioned response of dread and anticipation. Here, JESSICA SEPEL outlines some holistic dietary tips to ease the cycle.
11/04/2017
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Nourish from inside out.
When it comes to creating hormonal harmony, food is the foundation. LISA O’NEILL looks at the nutrients you need to best support healthy ovaries and minimise the symptoms that wreak havoc on your mind and body.
11/02/2017
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A wholesome salad for the whole family.
This salad has the perfect mix of bitter, sweet and savoury flavours, and with the addition of radicchi, which contains inulin, a prebiotic and also increases bile production and helps us utilise skin-loving fats.
10/29/2017
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Perfect for warmer days!
Like a green smoothie but in the form of ice-cream – how great is that? These ice pops are like little pieces of magic on a very hot day.
10/18/2017
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Digestion is key.
In our modern-day world, it’s all too common to hear people talking about a lack of energy. JESSICA SEPEL analyses the role of digestion in our energy, and outlines some holistic ways to get your body back on track.
10/16/2017
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The perfect treat to sink your teeth in.
Lola Berry is all for wholesome, nutritious eats and these delectable tartlets are nothing short of that.
10/05/2017
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Plus her delicious green glowing smoothie recipe.
We caught up with cover star Kimberley Snyder to take a peek at her day on a plate.
09/30/2017
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Why eating close to nature is the way to go.
In traditional Chinese medicine, food is grouped into three categories: cooling, neutral and warming. NAT KRINGOUDIS unpacks the ways these groups interact with the body, and outlines the holistic benefits of eating closer to nature.
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