Curcumin / Turmeric Prevents development of Type 2 Diabetes

Turmeric aka Curcumin has been long known to have anti-inflammatory effects on humans both systemically as well as in the intestinal tract when consumed. In a recent study where subjects were given curcumin extract for a period of 9 months it was found that it stopped progression from pre-diabetic state to type 2 diabetes in all subjects in the treatment …

Awaiting your arrival……

Anticipating your arrival………well its been almost 10 months did you know that pregnancy is counted in 10 months not 9 – well the first 2 weeks are really just from your last period so full gestation is actually 9 ½ months learned that at the beginning. It’s a weird thing waiting for your arrival where from week 28 onwards I …

How Food The Food you eat affects your BRAIN

The human brain is made up of some main macronutrients, first and foremost water then the next most abundant nutrient is actually FAT as well as then some proteins, amino acids, trace micronutrients and glucose. These component parts have a distinct impact on the function, development, mood and energy. The post food sleepiness or late night alertness in part can …

Cashew Cream Ketone Latte

Oooooh this cashew cream latte inspired by little bit of yum’s recipe with added brain octane oil is to die for….no seriously if you love a creamy latte and don’t do well with dairy then this treat is for you. By using cashews which blend up super smooth you get a frothy, foamy latte that satisfies. I have added some …

Healthy Gut Healing Gummies

Hi Everyone, This is one of my absolute favourite recipes to make they are full of gut healing gelatin that will help heal your leaky gut, calm your immune system and provide you with some healthy protein. I use great lakes unflavoured gelatin (buy it here). There are other types out there including vegan/vegetarian ones with a little searching you …

Rest, Relax and Recharge – What REST means to Eat Move Thrive

Modern society and culture is go, go, go with little time to relax, unwind and recharge our batteries. With personal electronic devices keeping us connected 24/7 the constant bombardment of information can be overwhelming, over-stimulating and exhausting for our brains. Humans can only focus well on one task at a time and the constant distraction or split focus often leaves us wired …