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Caramelised Banana Chia Pudding

Chia seeds are very versatile. You can sprinkle them on sweet or savoury dishes or use it for chia pudding! The nutritional profile is impressive. One ounce (28 grams) of chia seeds has:   Energy: 140 calories Protein: 4 grams Fat: 9 grams (5 of which are Omega-3s) Fiber: 11 grams Calcium: 18% of the RDA Manganese: 30% of the RDA […]

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How to Get Out of a Funk: Seven Steps

It’s inevitable that we feel down sometimes, and that’s okay, you’re allowed to be upset. Life can be rough. Although it’s normal to feel down, you don’t want to stay there. Here are some tips to help you pick yourself up and keep moving forward. Motion for Mood   Get moving and get those endorphins […]

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Four Reasons to Be Grateful

Gratitude. The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. Gratitude is expressing appreciation for what you have, rather than a materialistic emphasis on what you want. We all have reasons to be grateful, even when we think things are going pretty badly. Four things I am grateful for: I […]

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Miso-Tahini Squash Soup

The weather is getting colder and that means it’s time for heart-warming dishes like soup! Miso is a fermented soybean paste commonly used in Japan. Miso can have many health benefits, such as improved digestion, beneficial bacteria for a healthy gut, strengthening your immune system and lowering cholesterol. Tahini is a Middle Eastern paste or […]

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Chocolate and Beetroot Truffles

Beetroot contains valuable nutrients that can help support detoxification, lower blood pressure, fight inflammation and enhance exercise capacity. It is naturally sweet, so it can be used to partially or completely substitute sweetener in sweet recipes. It compliments chocolate really nicely, and I have used it for cakes and cake balls before. This time I […]

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Interview with Gymnast David Bishop

I had the pleasure of interviewing Kiwi gymnast, coach, and sponsored USANA athlete, David Bishop.  Keep reading to find out what’s up next for the 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medalist (for the men’s floor event)! This year it’s all about qualifying for the next Commonwealth Games for David. Plus, he’s really focusing on coaching this […]

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How to Build a Foundation for Optimal Nutrition – USANA CellSentials

Choosing to be the healthiest you can be, is a lifestyle. It’s something you work on each and every day, whether it’s starting your day with a nutritious breakfast, riding your bike to work, or taking your vitamins every night before bed. Ever heard of the saying health is wealth? Here at USANA, we believe […]

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Nourish Your Cells – CellSentials

Nutritional supplementation are an important step in supporting your cells and staying healthy. Keeping your cells healthy involves a war between antioxidants (the good guys) and free radicals (the bad guys). You can help keep your cells healthy by eating a nutritious diet, however many of us could use a little extra help to get […]

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Eggplant and Lentil Curry

I can’t remember the last time I cooked an Indian meal. Last week we had a couple come and stay with us, and we had homemade Indian meals for two nights in a row. I had parathas for the first time and it tasted so good with curries that I can’t get it out of […]

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Zucchini Noodles – Asian Style

I enjoy using a mandoline so much that I made zucchini noodles again! If you don’t own a mandolin or spiralizer, simply grate them and the texture will just be finer. If you are good and fast with knife, julienne them (cut into short, thin strips). I tweaked the recipe for zucchini noodles a bit […]

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