Pink grapefruit contains high levels of vitamin C, cucumber floods the body with anti-inflammatory properties and rose soothes the body on a cellular level. The antioxidants in this smoothie will fuel you for days, brightening your skin and your spirit - plus it tastes absolutely yummy.
Bliss balls are super easy to make. This one contains just four ingredients – dates, cashews, oats and ginger – but it’s bursting with flavour, especially with the kick from the ginger. It makes a fabulous snack, especially when you are in need of a mid-morning boost.
When you find yourself in need spicy comfort food, try this deliciously fragrant Thai green curry. The curry paste is packed full of aromatics, lime and coconut oil. Although coconut oil is high in saturated fat, it contains unique fatty acids that are absorbed and rapidly oxidised for energy.
Making a tasty gluten-free bread which doesn't turn to breadcrumbs is a challenge, and making bread without yeast or flour seems like an impossible task but I think that this recipe is definitely a success.
I know this isn't a recipe - but I felt this was the best section for this particular post. These are my 12 favourite vegan and plant-based cookbooks that I think you should absolutely have in your kitchen.
Turmeric is the vibrant orange-yellow spice affectionately known as the magic sword against inflammation, birthed in India and crowned centuries ago as one of the great dosha balancers in ayurvedic medicine. With all the healing benefits, you can taste the inherent goodness with each sip. It is just as delicious as it is nutritious. Drink up!
Your guide to living whole and well. Emma Olliff is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, wellness expert, food lover, and advocate for healthy living!