11 Healthy Snack Ideas You Need To Try

11 Healthy Snack Ideas You Need To Try

I am a big snack-er (not a word, but let’s roll with it). You can bet that wherever I am, I will have a snack or two hiding in my bag.  Whilst there’s room for…

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11 Healthy Snack Ideas You Need To Try

I am a big snack-er (not a word, but let’s roll with it). You can bet that wherever I am, I will have a snack or two hiding in my bag.  Whilst there’s room for…

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13 Health Tips for 2020

13 Health Tips for 2020

I don’t care if it’s cliché, but I love the inspiration and motivation that New Years’ often bring into our lives. For many people, the New Year is a time for getting settled back into…

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13 Health Tips for 2020
Graduation + What it’s Like Studying Dietetics

Graduation + What it’s Like Studying Dietetics

Lifestyle  |  Australia

Graduation CLASS OF 2019. To quote Elle Woods, WE DID IT! Last July, I graduated with my master’s degree in dietetics, making me a fully-fledged dietitian. YAY!  I’m so grateful for my time at university;…

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Graduation + What it’s Like Studying Dietetics

Lifestyle  |  Australia

Graduation CLASS OF 2019. To quote Elle Woods, WE DID IT! Last July, I graduated with my master’s degree in dietetics, making me a fully-fledged dietitian. YAY!  I’m so grateful for my time at university;…

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10 Healthy Holiday Appetisers You Need To Make

10 Healthy Holiday Appetisers You Need To Make

December is by far my favourite month of the year because not only is it the start of Summer here in Australia but also, CHRISTMAS. Give me Will Ferrel dressed as an elf, Michael Bublé, some sticky date pudding, and I am one very happy gal. And what better way to start off the festiveness than by sharing 10 healthy holiday appetisers that I can’t wait to make this season!

Cheesy Spinach Balls by Sweet as Honey

When I said I couldn’t wait to make these recipes, I wasn’t kidding – I’ve already cooked these cheesy spinach balls! Now, I’m not typically a fan of spinach, but I think these need a permanent name change to ‘amazeballs’. They tasted so. damn. good. Plus they contain a whole bunch of spinach so they’re loaded with Vitamin A and K.

Tip: pair this with a homemade tomato sauce because not only will it taste amazing, but the vitamin C from the tomatoes will increase the absorption of iron from the spinach!

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10 Healthy Holiday Appetisers You Need To Make

December is by far my favourite month of the year because not only is it the start of Summer here in Australia but also, CHRISTMAS. Give me Will Ferrel dressed as an elf, Michael Bublé, some sticky date pudding, and I am one very happy gal. And what better way to start off the festiveness than by sharing 10 healthy holiday appetisers that I can’t wait to make this season!

Cheesy Spinach Balls by Sweet as Honey

When I said I couldn’t wait to make these recipes, I wasn’t kidding – I’ve already cooked these cheesy spinach balls! Now, I’m not typically a fan of spinach, but I think these need a permanent name change to ‘amazeballs’. They tasted so. damn. good. Plus they contain a whole bunch of spinach so they’re loaded with Vitamin A and K.

Tip: pair this with a homemade tomato sauce because not only will it taste amazing, but the vitamin C from the tomatoes will increase the absorption of iron from the spinach!

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My Favourite Instagram Foodies

My Favourite Instagram Foodies

Hello friends! (said in >>Ava Ryan’s voice<< at about 1:40 into the video - but you have to watch the whole thing cause this little girl is so freakin' cute) One of my favourite types of accounts to follow on Instagram is foodie accounts. ....Because, well, it’s food. Do I really need to say more?! Foodie accounts are THE BEST for meal ideas, particularly when they’re healthy, and they always get me in the mood to do a little cooking and experimenting with new recipes. Aaaand while I'm in awe of meals that look like works of art, I find myself most inspired by foodies who share simpler every day meals - you know, recipes you could actually make on a day-to-day basis. So, I thought I'd share ten of my favourite insta foodies so they can give you guys as much inspiration as they do me!

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My Favourite Instagram Foodies

Hello friends! (said in >>Ava Ryan’s voice<< at about 1:40 into the video - but you have to watch the whole thing cause this little girl is so freakin' cute) One of my favourite types of accounts to follow on Instagram is foodie accounts. ....Because, well, it’s food. Do I really need to say more?! Foodie accounts are THE BEST for meal ideas, particularly when they’re healthy, and they always get me in the mood to do a little cooking and experimenting with new recipes. Aaaand while I'm in awe of meals that look like works of art, I find myself most inspired by foodies who share simpler every day meals - you know, recipes you could actually make on a day-to-day basis. So, I thought I'd share ten of my favourite insta foodies so they can give you guys as much inspiration as they do me!

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Chocolate Bliss Balls

Chocolate Bliss Balls

Recently I have been craving chocolate SO badly; for me it always seems to be something that comes with uni assessment ha! I’m not one to deprive myself of any food, buuuut more often than not I want a chocolate treat that doesn’t come with a sugar rush. So I dug up this old recipe I adapted from a book called ‘The Blender Girl’ by Tess Masters (you should definitely check it out) and I can’t believe I hadn’t made them in forever because they’re actually the best.

What I particularly love about these is that they’re high in fibre and healthy fats, two things which a lot of us don’t get enough of! Oh and if you’re scared about eating healthy fats, you should totally check out these two scientific articles on why they’re so good for your health >> here and here.

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Chocolate Bliss Balls

Recently I have been craving chocolate SO badly; for me it always seems to be something that comes with uni assessment ha! I’m not one to deprive myself of any food, buuuut more often than not I want a chocolate treat that doesn’t come with a sugar rush. So I dug up this old recipe I adapted from a book called ‘The Blender Girl’ by Tess Masters (you should definitely check it out) and I can’t believe I hadn’t made them in forever because they’re actually the best.

What I particularly love about these is that they’re high in fibre and healthy fats, two things which a lot of us don’t get enough of! Oh and if you’re scared about eating healthy fats, you should totally check out these two scientific articles on why they’re so good for your health >> here and here.

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