Recipes

Some of the most commonly used cleaning detergents found on the market contain toxins like phthalates, triclosan, sodium hydroxide, perchloroethylene, chlorine and God knows what else. Except for the long-term damage, the short-term exposure can also result in rashes, respiratory issues and much worse. To live a clean and healthier life, you need to get rid of all these poisons. You can easily replace them with the following homemade cleaning products, made from ingredients commonly found at home.

5 Non-Toxic Homemade Cleaning Products

Keeping a clean home is a very difficult task nowadays. Some of us are too busy to do it, some – too tired, and the ones who do it, usually use cleaning products bought from a store, which is not always a good idea. Some of the most commonly used Read more…

This Roses and Cream Luxury Facial Mask makes one mask with a little extra so décolletage can be done.

Roses and Cream Luxury Detoxing Facial Mask

This Roses and Cream Luxury Detoxing Facial Mask makes one mask with a little extra so décolletage can be done. If you love this post then check out: 3 Easy DIY Moisturisers Straight Out Of The Kitchen   Ingredients: • 1/8 cup Rose Petal powder • 1/8 cup White Kaolin clay • 3 tbs Aloe […] Read more…

A simple, healthy and clean recipe for hot cross bun muffins. This recipe is free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar.

Healthy Easter Hot Cross Bun Muffins

A simple, healthy and clean recipe for hot cross bun muffins by nutritionist, naturopath and recipe developer Casey-Lee Lyons from Live Love Nourish Note: This recipe is free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar. Healthy Easter Hot Cross Bun Muffins Prep: 10 minutes Read more…

Superfood healthy Easter eggs that not only will the Kids love but can even help make!

Superfood Healthy Easter Eggs for Kids

Easter can be a challenging time for parents surrounded by chocolate and sweets. Many of them contain unhealthy food dyes, additives and LOADS of sugar. Bright, cheerful and easily made with your kids using natural superfoods, give the chocolates a miss and include even the littlest of kiddos with this healthy alternative. I’m guessing if you […] Read more…

Have you ever suggested a decaffeinated coffee to a coffee lover? Chances are you will be met with a look of disgust and instant rejection of the idea! In some ways I don't blame them. There have been various methods used in the past to decaffeinate coffee. These methods have often involved the use of toxic chemicals such as chloroform, trichloroethylene and dichloromethane. Republica only use two things: Water and Carbon dioxide which means no harmful chemicals yet the natural flavours and aromas are still there!

Republica Decaffeinated Coffee Review

When I became pregnant with my first little man I became really sensitive to caffeine. Luckily I have never been one of those people who needs multiple cups of coffee to get through the day, rather I would perhaps have one mid morning then maybe another to get me through the afternoon. For those who […] Read more…

A typical slice of cheesecake will give you somewhere around 2500 kilojoules and over 30g of sugar. That’s fine if it’s a very occasional treat, but it had better taste awesome to be worth it! This dark choc cherry cheesecake has less than half the kilojoules, has far less sugar and is super easy to make as it requires no cooking.

No Bake Dark Choc Cherry Cheesecake

I love Cheesecake. New York, Blueberry or Choccie – I love them all. However, my bum and waistline don’t seem so keen 🙁 Joanna McMillan, who is a Nutritional Advisor for Freedom Foods, has put together this healthier yet still mouth wateringly good recipe combining two perfect cheesecake ingredients – chocolate and cherries! I made this […] Read more…

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