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Gelatin Gummies 3 ways!

Consuming a good quality gelatin in your diet can do wonders for your gut health. It works by repairing the guts intestinal wall mucosal membranes and can promote the generation of gastric secretions needed for proper digestion. The brand I used is NutraOrganics which is grass-fed beef gelatin and can be purchased from the source wholefoods in smaller amounts. The ice trays were all purchased from Kmart for $1.50 each. Get creative! Feel free to use my recipe for a ratio guide and throw in what you already have at home. Your favourite smoothie will do fine. ALL dairy-free, gluten-free and refined sugar-free! Each batch will fill one tray, so double if you want to make two batches. These can

Raspberry Coconut Spring Popsicles

With the sun starting to peep out from behind the clouds, the foods that we are drawn to also start to shift. These beautiful fresh popsicles are the perfect 'treat' packs with plenty of good fats and antioxidants they will keep you feeling full, as well we refreshed. Ingredients · 6 popsicle trays/moulds · 1 ½ cups of tinned coconut cream · 1 cup of fresh raspberries · 1 tbs of chia seeds · 1 tbs of roughly chopped mint leaves · 2 tbs of maple syrup Instructions 1. Blend coconut cream, chia, maple syrup and mint leaves in a blender for a few seconds. 2. In the place of the mould half of raspberries at the bottom 3. Pour coconut mixture over the raspberries, filling about ¾ way full. 4. Plac

GORD- How to combat reflux naturally

GORD, or Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease, is a condition affecting approximately 11% of the Australian population and is defined by having two episodes of reflux per week consistently (1). Reflux is a condition that can also come under the terms, heartburn, and some people will even describe it as indigestion. It is due to the contents of the stomach coming back up into the oesophagus where it can cause a burning sensation in the chest or throat (2). When talking about reflux we need to understand the acid-alkaline scale or pH scale. The scale is 0-14. With 0 being completely acidic and 14 being completely alkaline. The normal stomach acid acidity should sit between 1.5-3. Any number hig

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