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herby potato salad

serves 8 ingredients  1 kg potatoes – preferably pontiac or desiree 2 eggs 1/2 cup mayonnaise pinch sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 4 green shallots finely slliced 2 x celery stalks finely sliced 10 chives chopped 1/4 cup mint leaves chopped finely preparation Cut potatoes into 4 cm cubes, put potatoes and eggs…
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fish cakes

These fish cakes are super simple and taste great. You’ll need for approximately 25; 1kg small white fish fillets coarsely chopped 1 egg 2 teaspoons coarsely chopped fresh coriander 3 teaspoons sugar 1/3 cup red curry paste – I used the Mae Ploy brand 100 grams of green beans sliced thinly olive oil for frying…
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chocolate chia mousse

Having gut issues does not mean that you need to miss out, it means you need to think outside of the box a little, look around for some recipes, they are there, this is a recipe I have adapted from Donna Hay. Its simple and absolutely delicious, if you are into chocolate, and lets be…
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How I keep my immune system in great shape.

Just because I am a naturopath, does not mean I have the perfect diet, or the perfect level of stress, or a proper daily meditation and yoga regime. I get as close as I can and this is how I do it; the big thing for me is what I put in my mouth, as…
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Spiced pork belly

I have adapted this recipe from a Donna Hay recipe, I’ve never been able to make a decent pork belly, but this one has changed my pork belly game. You will need; 5 cloves 2 star anise 1 cinnamon stick broken into pieces 2 teaspoons black peppercorns 1 whole dried chilli 1 teaspoon sea salt…
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Meat Loaf

I know that meat loaf does not exactly sound like the most delicious dinner, but this one is actually quite tasty. I have adapted it from a Donna Hay recipe. It is wheat free, dairy free and egg free. Serves 6. You will need; 1  tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, plus extra for drizzling…
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Supplements – where are you buying yours from?

Are you buying supplements from overseas, do you know what’s in them? Sure, the label may say that it contains xy and z as you have ordered, but how do you really know what is in them if they have not been approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). The TGA is responsible for ensuring…
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Are you looking to improve your immunity?

It’s thought that over 70% of our immune system is located in our gut, so it makes sense that if improved immunity is what you are looking for – then you need to get and keep your gut in great shape. Having good gut health will help to keep your immune system healthy, but it…
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Mistake # 4/5 – the 5 biggest mistakes people make with their gut health

Not keeping the problematic foods out of their diet properly.   Let me explain;   If you have a food intolerance, and a1 dairy is one of the foods that has been tested as being  problematic. It is essential that you remove every last skerrick of dairy from your diet, unless it specifically says it…
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mistake # 3/5 – the 5 biggest mistakes people make with their gut health

Implementing a FODMAP Diet   FODMAP diets are way too restrictive and do not remove the foods that are truly problematic. Many years ago I saw the creator of the diet speak at a conference and was a bit underwhelmed with the stats that were spoken about. Up to sixty percent of people that implement…
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