Let me just assure you 'prawns will NOT raise your cholesterol', prawns are protein rich and are a very good source of vitamin B12, iron and phosphorus. They are a good source of healthy fats and many vitamins and minerals, so go ahead, try this yummy delicious curry and not only you'll be hooked, you will … Continue reading Prawns Veggie Curry
Autumn is full of seasonal goodness to help support our immune system & prepare us for winter. I’ve missed creating new dishes, so tonight I got inspired to create this wholesome dish that has all the macro nutrients we need + some micro nutrient minerals too. I’m using cauliflower carrots 🥕potatoes 🥔 courgette tomatoes🍅 … Continue reading Cauliflower Potatoes Mince!
Tabouli Salad is originally a Lebanese dish, that is high in iron and hormone balancing compounds. This is my tweaked version, to make it even more nutrient dense and complete with the main 3 macro nutrients, Carbs, protein, & fat. Ingredients: 2 big bunches of chopped flat leaf parsley. 1/2 a cup of cooked quinoa. … Continue reading Quinoa Tabouli
This is really more of a winter dish, but like most of us, ideally I like to feed my family vegetarian meals at least twice a week, this favourite of mine, is a much simpler version of the Egyptian dish 'Koshari' Whenever I cook a non meaty meal, I'm always conscious of including a vegetarian … Continue reading Vegetarian Lentil Bolognese
Cabbage is part of the cruciferous family vegetables, its super healthy, & supports liver detoxification, but lets face it, not cooked in a nice way, it can be quite bland and dull. This recipe is not only delicious but full of goodness herbs that work synergistically with the cabbage to provide you with plenty of … Continue reading Stuffed Cabbage!
This yummy recipe, is one of my boys favourites, it's an old British recipe, I modify it slightly to be compatible with mahashouse's nutritious meals. Here's a little trivia for you. Apparently if you use lamb mince as in this recipe, then it is called Shepard's pie, if you use beef mince however its then … Continue reading My Nutritious Shepard’s Pie
Wondering what a typical Ketogenic meal would look like, then look no further than this yummy recipe!! Lamb has been and always will be my preferred meat, contrary to common beleive, its not as fatty as beef, not only its enzymes are easier to digest, but unlike beef, lamb breeders do not tend to … Continue reading Keto. Lamb & Veggie Dinner.
Once or twice a week, its advisable to cleanse your body through nourishing foods. Eating only plant based foods. Recent researches are showing the power of following a plant based diet, to support bone and overall health, plants are full of not only crucial vitamins for your health but the minerals too your bones … Continue reading Bone Loving Vegetable Tagine.
As a Naturopath with a keen interest in bone & hormonal heath, I'm always striving for an Alkaline dominant diet, which in real terms sometimes can be hard to achieve my target of 80%, with that in mind and for a diverse lunch, every now and then if I'm home for lunch I will juice … Continue reading Alkaline Green Juice Lunch.
Most of us would have had a course of antibiotic at least once in our life time, antibiotics can be life saving, however what that means though, is that by killing those pathogenic bacteria, you would have also wiped out some, if not all the friendly commensal bacteria in your gut, leaving you more vulnerable … Continue reading Home Made Probiotic Sauerkraut.