Weekday breakfasts for me are rushed to say the least - After sorting out the kids I normally have about 2 minutes before I run out of the door. If you take time over breakfast, good for you - I'm jealous - and I certainly do when I have time on my side. When its not, I get organised and make this seriously quick bircher the night before.
Salads make up a pretty regular part of any healthy diet plan, and salad dressings are a great way to make the salad taste better, but be wary of shop bought dressings as pretty much everything you find on the shop shelves will be a no-go if you like to eat clean because food manufacturers can’t help but put additives and preservatives that aren’t really needed into them. Here’s an assortment of dressings that keep it simple and healthier for you
I often get asked about the reasons behind why I use sprouted grains, recommend them, or soak nuts/seeds in some of my recipes. So let’s start with the basics first, what exactly are sprouts?
Good skin starts from within and every meal is an opportunity to nourish your skin. That’s why I love to eat a diet full of antioxidant rich whole foods that give my skin the nourishment it craves. Eating well is the best way to keep your skin radiant, clear and wrinkle free. Here are some of my top anti-ageing, beauty boosting foods to make your skin glow:
Your guide to living whole and well. Emma Olliff is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, wellness expert, food lover, and advocate for healthy living!