- 06 June 2018
Millet meal makes a nourishing porridge
L.S.A. is a blend of ground linseed seeds, sunflower seeds and almonds. It’s a great way to add extra nutrients to meals. It’s rich in protein and will provide a good dose of healthy omega 3 fats to promote healthy heart and brain function. Try adding a spoonful to your morning cereal, smoothies, yoghurt or use in muffin mixes.
Effective November 12, 2017 it became legal to use hemp in food. The main concern people have with hemp seeds is that they grow on a cannabis plant and while it is a member of the cannabis family, hemp seeds are actually a variety of cannabis without the psychoactive properties. (Huffington Post 1/17)
Maca root has been used in indigenous Andean societies as a source of nourishment and healing for thousands of years. It continues to be one of the most appreciated superfoods today. Used to increase stamina, combat stress and enhance energy levels, Maca is high in amino acids and essential minerals.
This amazing spice is rich in dietary fibre, iron, potassium, magnesium and Vitamin B6. Turmeric contains an active component called curcumin which has therapeutic value and may boost immunity. This bright yellow/orange powder is also known to have anti inflammatory properties.
Paleo is a way of eating. Those who follow the paleo approach are simply trying to eat as similar as possible to our heritage of hunter gatherers. No processed foods, no sugar, no grains, no conventional dairy. Almost seen as a ‘movement’, paleo has been taken up as a nutritional solution by numerous consumers
Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is an ancient nutritious grain. It contains more protein than any other grain with a good balance of all essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein). Puffed Quinoa is achieved through heating. The result is a very light puffed grain.
Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is an ancient and very nutritious, naturally gluten free grain. It contains more protein than any other grain with a good balance of all essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein). Classified as a superfood, quinoa is delicious with a texture that is similar to barley with its chewiness, however it is light and fluffy.