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Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis)

By Tatiana Lustre Dawn (Twiggy) Lemon Balm has a special place in my garden and in my heart. Energetically she is soothing and cooling yet has a certain warmth about her in a calming way. Due to her cooling and soothing effect this herb is wonderful...

Quick Chicken Soup

Brought to you by Lucy Stewart Wondering what to cook for dinner? Nothing beats a good homemade chicken soup, don’t you think? I’m talking the kind you make from scratch with a whole chook and loads of veggies cooked low and slow, then laced with lemon...

Roast Cauliflower & Chickpea Salad

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. INGREDIENTS 1 small/medium cauliflower, roughly chopped 1.5 cups (1 can drained) cooked chickpes 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp corriander 1/2 cumin seed Salt and pepper 1 tbsp olive oil 2 cups parsley, choped 1/4 cup currants 1/4 almonds, roughly chopped 𝘋𝘳𝘦𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘯𝘨: 1 lemon, juiced 1 heaped tbsp tahini 2 heaped...

Quick & Easy Raw Peanut Putter Slice

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. Chocolate and peanut butter are a match made in heaven. Add dates (natures caramel) and you’ve got the quickest, easiest Snickers style snacko.   INGREDIENTS 6 tbsp peanut butter 3 tbsp coconut oil, melted 2 tbsp raw cacao powder 1 pinch salt 1...

Veggie Loaded Chilli

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. We basically lived of this meal in uni and I haven’t made it for a while. We loved it and still do because it’s really easy to make, packs a nutritional punch (hello eating the rainbow...

Top Tips for a Restful Sleep

By Jo Knight Most sleep difficulties are related to the one or more of the following: Onset, Maintenance or Quality. Onset is when sleep begins, Maintenance is the ability to stay asleep and Quality is the overall affect sleep has on our vitality. Achieving non-REM sleep, the...

Natural Medicine for Sore Throats

By Christine Pope My kids have always been a little worried when they were first getting sick, except when they had a sore throat as they would be excited as they could have honey! Good quality Manuka honey that is usually combined with a lemon and...

Sleep Your Way to Weight Loss

By Michele Chevalley Hedge When I look back at the times I’ve struggled most with my weight and my “starve/punish/feast” lifestyle, I was sleep deprived. I didn’t know at the time that my sleep had anything to do with my weight. I certainly neverconnected the dots...

Holistic Support for your Immune System

By Michele Chevalley Hedge During a time when people are waitlisted for a vaccination, stocking up on hand sanitizer and face masks to improve their external defences against viruses and other illnesses, it is also important to consider ways to reinforce our internal natural immunity. Your immune system relies...

Apple Crumble

Brought to you by Gabi Giacomin from The Conscious Pod Apple crumble is high on my list of desserts because it is such wonderful food for your gut. Oats are a great source of resistant starch; they resists digestion in the small intestine and are used...

Lemon Collagen Sunshine Bars

By Lucy Stewart A delicious and nourishing nut free snack that’s packed with protein, essentials fats, fibre, vitamins, minerals, and of course, collagen. We all hear collagen and think anti-wrinkle but collagen works from head to toe in our body to help repair and restore the lining...

Lifting the Lid on Float Tank Therapy

By Bondi Junction Massage & Float Centre While there’s nothing new about floatation therapy (it’s been around since the 1950s!), it seems to be somewhat of a mainstream mystery. Maybe because for some people anything that defies gravity in the middle of suburbia is just a...

Zucchini And Carrot Cake With Lemon Vanilla Cream Cheese Icing

Brought to you by Anthia Koullouros Delightful, delicious, delicate, satisfying and wholesome made with real food ingredients - this could possibly be one of my favourite cakes. You can eat this for breakfast or as a snack on the run – it’s a complete meal! Choosing organic ingredients, reduces your...

Carrot Cakes

Brought to you by Laura Yen from Burton Health Cake makes getting over the midweek hump so much easier! This healthy carrot cake will help get you through. Why is this cake better than normal carrot cake? Its gluten free, the almond meal, macadamia oil and...

Delicious Caramel Chocolate Tart (or Slice)

Brought to you by Dr. Polly Wilkie from Care Clinic It’s really quick to make, looks stunning, tastes amazing, and yes, it’s gluten free and dairy free and lower sugar! Step 1: Make the base: 2 cups almond meal 1/4 cup Cacao 3 Teaspoons Monk Fruit 1/4 cup melted coconut...

Reflexology Therapy for Stress – And Many Other Benefits

By Bondi Junction Massage & Float Centre In recent decades, reflexology as an ancient form of natural healing, has become increasingly popular in the mainstream. If you’re wondering what’s behind the rise and rise of reflexology as a complementary kind of holistic therapy, it’s because of...

What is Myofascial Release?

By Jane Birmingham Are you one of the many people who sustained various sporting injuries in your youth, played on regardless and somehow got over them in time? Did you eventually develop seemingly unrelated pains and aches or stiffness that limited your range of motion and...

A Natural Medicine First Aid Kit

By Christine Pope For many years I have enjoyed teaching people how to use natural medicines to support their health and the health of their families. Over time it has become easier if we could put together a small kit of useful remedies so that whenever...

Not all massage is created equal

"It is time we put a stop to qualified massage therapists being mis-interpreted as another type of profession." By Amy Tyler Therapeutic Massage 2020 certainly threw a lot everyone’s way. Industries either survived, hung on with a shoe string or crumbled.  Massage therapy was one of those which...

How oncology massage differs from other massage

By Amy Tyler  When someone is diagnosed with cancer, just the diagnosis alone can send them into a state of anxiety, grief or fear. Add the pressures that come with regional treatments (surgery or radiation therapy) or systemic treatments (chemotherapy, immunotherapy or targeted therapy) and the...

Turmeric – “The Golden Goddess”

By Jennifer Harrington  This colourful spice has a long history of medicinal use. I love it’s nickname The Golden Goddess, for me, it is the perfect menopausal herb for the Goddess approaching her Golden Years, as it can help bring richness to her health and happiness. Turmeric...

Home Made Liquorice

Brought to you by Carrie Griffin from Mandurah Body Mechanics INGREDIENTS 500gms of medjool dates 2tbs of fennel seeds or approx. 20 drops of doterra fennel (sweet) essential oil METHOD Blitz in a food processor or thermomix Split into 3 even balls and roll out in between baking paper sheets Dehydrate for...

Quinoa Congee

Brought to you by Laura Wilson Welcome to my autumn/winter obsession - Congee. My go-to meal when feeling run down, under the weather or just in need of some nourishing comfort food. Congee is a medicinal porridge that has been consumed in Chinese and East Indian homes...

Banana, Peanut Butter + Oat Cookies

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. This is the ultimate easy cookie recipe and a great way to use up any spotty bananas. Great with a cuppa or as an on-the-go-snack and best of all they’re so quick and simple to make.   INGREDIENTS 1...

Hormone Loving Smoothies

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. Why do we love smoothies so much? Smoothies are super easy to make, never ending flavour options, they’re portable, bursting with nutrients, delicious, and when made correctly keep you full for several hours. What’s not to love?...

True Wellness Comes From The Heart

By Alice Bullivant I’m sure by now you know about looking after your gut for wellness, and about keeping your mind in check. You’ve probably heard about the gut-brain connection - a lot.  You probably know that most of your hormones and neurotransmitters are produced in...

5 Ways To Reduce Your Bloating, Pain and Gas

By Danielle Elliott Bloating, pain & excessive gas can be a real pain in the bum……pardon the pun. These would have to be the most frequent symptoms my patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) & digestive dysfunction report to me. These symptoms can make work hard...

The Masks We Wear

By Melissa Christie Do you have trouble saying no sometimes when people ask you to do something? It may be as simple as hey, would you like to catch up this week. Initially your response is yes of course and then when you put down the phone...

Combating Cortisol Without Quitting Your Job!

By Emma Sutherland We have all experienced stress, but did you know it could be causing you a number of other health related complaints? UP TO 90% OF ALL DOCTOR’S OFFICE VISITS ARE DUE TO STRESS-RELATED AILMENTS! The stress hormone, cortisol, could be causing your moodiness, daytime fatigue,...

Female Hormonal Disorders – with a focus on stress and sugar

By Juanita Jolly, Balance Complementary Medicine A well-functioning hormone network is a wonderful thing. The reproductive hormones - oestrogen, testosterone and progesterone develop our bodies for future reproduction in puberty, catalyse the process of the formation of new life and nurture it through pregnancy and lactation;...

Paleo Hot Cross Buns

Recipe by Melissa Luxmoore INGREDIENTS For the buns:300g Almond Meal, (nut-free alternative - 250g of tigernut flour, purchase separately)55g psyllium husks1 tbsp coconut flour2 1/2 tsp baking powder2 tsp mixed spice1 tsp cinnamon½ tsp nutmeg½ tsp sea salt4 tbsp apple cider vinegar2 tbsp coconut sugar375ml water6 eggwhites,...

Simple Green Stir Fry

By Christine Pope from Elemental Health   INGREDIENTS 2 bunches Broccolini 2 bunches Asparagus 2 bunches Bok Choy (or Pak Choy) 200g snow peas 1 small knob fresh ginger 100ml soy sauce Olive Oil METHOD Chop the vegetables into bite size pieces and peel the ginger and cut finely into small pieces. Stir fry the ginger...

Mediterranean Zucchini Slice

By Teresa Mitchell-Paterson, the Bourke Street Clinic Gluten Free, Dairy Free (if desired) INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil 1 chopped and finely diced brown onion 2 crushed and peeled garlic cloves 150 grams of grated zucchini – excess water pressed out 8 organic eggs ¼ cup of milk of your...

Beef Fillet Traybake

by Michele Chevalley Hedge from A Healthy View I love a one-tray dinner – mainly because I love cooking, but I don’t love cleaning up. I usually prepare the marinade the night before so the flavours can really soak in while I’m at work. If you like...

Decadent Chocolate Fudge

Recipe by Danielle Elliott from Tummy Rescue INGREDIENTS 2/3 cup (125g) coconut oil 2/3 cup (45g)  cocoa powder 1/4 cup (70g)  nut butter 1 X 400ml can of AYAM coconut cream 4 tbs Rice malt syrup Plus I sprinkled this time with cocoa nibs, but you could use dried fruit, nuts, coconut...

Nourish Bowl

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. At Bare Health Studio we love a nourish bowl. It’s such a great way to eat a nutritionally balanced meal and get the rainbow on your plate. This beautiful, hormone-loving bowl is one of our favourite...

Miso Glazed Salmon

by Michele Chevalley Hedge from A Healthy View The salty, savoury flavor of miso instantly takes me to Japan, even if I’m doing nothing more exotic than sitting at my dining room table with my family. I love this meal for so many reasons: it’s quick, it’s...

Congee

Recipe by Juanita Jolly from Balance Complementary Medicine INGREDIENTS Bone Broth: 1 whole organic chicken 10 x cloves garlic – crushed 1 x knob fresh turmeric, chopped 3 x sticks celery – roughly chopped 3 teaspoons sea salt 1 x onion, quartered Filtered water – enough to fill the slow cooker and submerge all...

Crispy Skin Barramundi with Kale Slaw

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. Whether it’s finely sliced or massaged with a bit of salt and oil, we love adding kale to our recipes. And thanks to its popularity, it’s easy to come across in stores. Kale is an ancient member...

Lemon Delicious Protein Balls

Recipe by Juanita Jolly from Balance Complementary Medicine INGREDIENTS 1 ½ cups raw macadamias ½ cup raw cashews 1 cup desiccated coconut – plus extra 1 teaspoon vanilla extract/essence Zest of one lemon 6 drops pure lemon essential oil 10 soft fresh medjool dates (stones removed) METHOD Pop the macadamias, cashews and coconut into...

Curried Vegie Bake (not spicy)

Recipe by Danielle Elliott from Tummy Rescue INGREDIENTS BAKE                                                                             DRESSING 3 sweet potatoes cut into thick disks                     1 ½ tbs olive oil 1 bunch of asparagus chopped                               1 tbs hommus dip 1 handful of baby spinach                                        1 lime rind & juice 1 bok choy chopped                                                  2 tsp of water 400g can chickpeas 2...

Sticky Chinese Style Pork

by Michele Chevalley Hedge from A Healthy View As a nutritionist, I hear a lot of myths about food. One thing I hear time and again is that pork is ‘bad’ for you. Sure, eating bacon for every meal, every day isn’t going to set you on...

Matcha Granola

Brought to you by the team at Bare Health Studio. INGREDIENTS Makes 1 large jar 2 cups oats ½ cup shaved coconut 1 cup mixed nuts and seeds (flax seeds, almonds, macadamia, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds) 2 tbsp chia 3 tbsp rice malt syrup 2 ½ tbsp coconut oil 2 tsp matcha 1/2 cup puffed quinoa 1/4 cup goji...

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