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A No Grainer nutrition & wellness blog

"The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison."

Anna Wigmore

Recent articles

Why protein is critical to human health

Why protein is critical to human health

Protein is the building block of life. Muscle, neurotransmitters, hormones and many other critical parts of the human body is made from proteins.
Learn why consuming protein is so important and understand which forms that your body will absorb.
Plus a key recommendation to support gut health.

Fats, prostaglandins and anti-inflammatory drugs

Fats, prostaglandins and anti-inflammatory drugs

An important part of nourishing yourself well is including plenty of healthy fats in the diet. Fats are the building blocks of many things in the body including cells, hormones and prostaglandins, regulators of inflammation. Fat can be either saturated (butter, beef...

5 quick reasons to avoid grains

5 quick reasons to avoid grains

Avoiding grains will have many health benefits. In today’s article I explore the macronutrient problems as well as the inflammatory components of grains. We also have a quick look at the environmental problems associated with farming huge monocrops like grains.

5 quick reasons to eat more saturated fat

5 quick reasons to eat more saturated fat

In my first 5 quick reasons article I look at why we should eat more saturated fat! It is an essential building block, tastes great and helps with maintaining a healthy weight. Everything you need to know in my short article.

How to build healthy neurotransmitters & mental health

How to build healthy neurotransmitters & mental health

In part II of my mental health articles we look in detail at neurotransmitters. What are they, what are they made from and how can I support healthy production. This will challenge the accepted paradigm around mental health. Do not miss this.

Latest Recipes

Baked Mediterranean vegetable mix

Baked Mediterranean vegetable mix

This mix of Italian herbs and flavours is delicious. And the best part is it only takes a few minutes to prepare. Stick all the ingredients in some foil and then bake in the oven. Voila! The perfect...

Roast pumpkin and goat cheese salad

Roast pumpkin and goat cheese salad

This is a delicious, easy and filling salad. I love it for lunch or as an accompaniment to meat or fish at dinner. 10 minutes prepation 30 minutes cooking 4 servings Ingredients 1/2 pumpkin (any...

Baked fig and walnut salad

Baked fig and walnut salad

I love to create salads that can be a little more than a side dish. If you add some more substantial ingredients to a basic salad with leaves and some tomatoes, then you open up a whole new world of...

3 quick & easy nutrient-dense lunches

3 quick & easy nutrient-dense lunches

It is no secret that proper planning and preparation is the key to eating well. Taking a healthy lunch to work might be a goal that many strive for but struggle to achieve. However, if you're...

Cauliflower and broccoli cous cous

Cauliflower and broccoli cous cous

Cous cous is a great filler for many meals and goes with a range of dishes. However traditional wheat cous cous contains inflammatory proteins like gluten and mineral inhibiting phytic acid. In...

Maple coated almonds

Maple coated almonds

My maple salted almonds are such a tasty snack! Enjoy as a treat, because it is very hard to stop. 5 minutes prepation 25 minutes cooking 10 servings Ingredients 2 cups raw almonds 2 tbs quality...

Work 1:1 with me to take back your health

Every single cell in your body requires nourishment with minerals and vitamins – nutrients. When you don’t have enough of these nutrients (deficiency) or you have too many chemicals (toxicity) things don’t work properly. Nutrient imbalances can manifest in so many ways.

When you work 1:1 with me I will teach you how what you eat, impacts you at a cellular level. These are powerful tools for re-balancing hormones, weight loss, healing and mental health. I am also trained in the art of working with the subconscious mind to support your health goals.

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