The connection between diet and mood is a topic of growing interest in the world of nutrition and mental health. While there’s no magic food to cure all your emotional woes, it’s becoming increasingly clear that what you eat plays a significant role in how you feel. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the dietary patterns that can improve your mental well-being. Over the years of research, the chemistry of food has been shown to directly impact mood. A study titled ‘Food and
Serves 12 Ingredients: 7 tablespoons of Classic Extra virgin olive oil 4 large eggs 1 tsp vanilla extract Fresh zest of 1 large lemon ½ cup caster sugar 1 ½ cups almond meal 1 tsp baking powder ¾ cup desiccated coconut Topping before cooking 1/3 cup flaked almonds Method: Preheat Oven to 180C Mix wet ingredients in a bowl (olive oil, egg, vanilla, lemon zest) Mix dry ingredients in another bowl (almond meal, caster sugar, basking power, desiccated coconut) Combine dry ingredients into wet ingredients
Making informed choices about the foods we consume can significantly impact the quality and duration of our sleep. Often this connection between our diet and sleep is underestimated. So here are key nutrients and foods that have been found to promote a better night sleep.
Ingredients 500g lean beef steak 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 medium white onion, chopped finely 5cm bulb of fresh ginger, grated or finely chopped 2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped 2 medium carrots, cut into rounds and then quarters 1 large red capsicum, finely chopped 1 large head of broccoli, cut into small florets 125g snow peas, cleaned and roughly chopped into pieces 1 bunch of kale, remove leaves from the steam and cut leaves into smaller pieces 2 microwavable cups of long grain rice
Today marks the day in which I have finally sold Body Fusion after 11 incredible years! I bought Body Fusion from another Dietitian called Mia Ballenden back in 2012 just fresh out of University. With no training in business and completely new to private practice, it was a steep learning curve to say the least and presented many challenges. Over the years the Dietitians working for me and myself were able to work with the communities of Lane Cove, Hunters Hill, Rozelle, Cremorne, Balgowlah, and
Menopause brings about many changes. With the decline of the hormone’s including insulin, testosterone, oestrogen and progesterone women may experience centralised weight gain. During this time, Accredited Practising Dietitian’s can support and guide women to maintain a healthy body weight and prevent chronic health conditions such as cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. The Mediterranean diet has been a dietary pattern that has been positively linked to the health and weight outcomes of menopausal women. Here are 4 key principles of the Mediterranean diet that can be
Ingredients: 1 large sweet potato 1/2 cup frozen green peas 400g fresh salmon mince (could most likely use tinned salmon as well) 1/2 bunch dill 2 spring onions 1 lemon rind 1/2 lemon juice 1 cup plain flour 2 eggs 1-2 cups breadcrumbs Method: Peel and cut sweet potato into small chunks. Add to a saucepan with water and bring to a boil until the sweet potato soften completely Meanwhile cut dill, spring onion and lemon rind Once sweet potato softens, add to bowl and
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