The wait is over, here's the healthiest thing you'll see all day! Welcome to healthtalks TV http://youtu.be/j-mLLv1AyU0 Since we first mentioned our plans a few weeks back, on all of our blogs and on the Face Book page, there’s been a lot of speculation and comment from many of you about where we might be seen, which Channel we might be on and at what time? [tentblogger-youtube M9CqTElKEfY&w=560&h=315] Well, the fact is that we’re not launching on TV - although who knows, … [Read more...] about healthtalks TV
The Queen of Seeds - Who makes an ingredient popular? The popularity of an ingredient may be steeped in a plethora of origins – economical, agricultural, seasonal - often it’s a social or health trend that is dictated by chefs, the media and consumer demand. Quinoa, an ancient native seed originally from South America is a case of all of the above. A decade ago this alkalising cereal was just beginning to show her face on less than a handful of Australian menus and would only be found in … [Read more...] about Quinoa – the Queen of Seeds
Our brand new, limited release DVDs are ready to order now! Give us a shout at email@example.com and we'll ship to your door today!! $49.95 inc. postage and handling within Australia. Overseas sales POA … [Read more...] about 3 DVD Set: Social Media Online Marketing & Organic Cooking
People always ask me can you eat beet leaves? Happily, yes! This recipe is inspired by one of Nigella’s from her important book How to Eat. I have reworked it a little, but you can use parsley instead of sprouts if you like. Here's a simple recipe about how to cook with beet leaves. I’ve been celebrating beets for years, especially the stems and leaves, which make a very restorative Beet Top Tea - a proven hangover tonic! How to cook with beet leaves 1 bunch beetroot with stems and leaves … [Read more...] about How to cook with beet leaves
Replacing nature's produce with processed food is asking for health problems, writes Lisa Mitchell for the Melbourne Age. Former restaurateur turned food and health consultant Samantha Gowing says about 75% of her clients present with general malaise. "They have this cycle of erratic nutritional intake - they're not getting enough sleep, drinking too much coffee, skipping breakfast, overeating at lunch, having too much sugar at 3pm because they haven't had enough breakfast to maintain their … [Read more...] about Food is the new medicine
This article was first published in the Byron Bay Echo, November 2008 ©2012SamanthaGowing The natural procession of organic foods swelling our national shelves has given rise to a new breed of health-hungry consumers. Gone are the peace-loving hippy associations once hyper linked with healthy food. This neutralised carbon copy offsets the once guilt-racked minds of inner urban supermarket mums as they wade through a sea of processed, nutrient enriched consumables with magical … [Read more...] about Are Organics the New Prada?
“Teahouses are as important to the Sichuanese as pubs are to the British” Jung Chang, “Wild Swans” Chinese legend has it that tea originated in the Sichuan Province as early as prehistoric times. It is believed that the fifth reincarnation of Buddha, Ta Mo had been meditating for years on when he eventually fell asleep. Upon wakening, he was so angry that he had failed his meditative duty that he sliced off his eyelids. The prosperous Sichuan soil embraced the heavenly donation by taking … [Read more...] about A Leaf of Relief