Bug busting soup

2 small sweet potatoes – peeled and sliced

1 beetroot (I used yellow) – peeled and sliced

Half a bag of kale

2 handfuls of cherry tomatoes

1 pint of water

1 teaspoon seaweed salt

1 teaspoon turmeric

1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper

2 drops black pepper essential oil

2 drops basil essential oil

Pop all in a pan and bring to the boil. Simmer for 15 mins and cool then blitz in a food processor.

Turmeric is a anti-inflammatory.

Beetroot have vit C and B vitamins (for energy)

Sweet potato are high in vitamin C

Kale rocks the C-vit, also has some B.

Black pepper and basil essential oils are great as they have a higher potency than the ground dried variety. Black pepper is a great anti-oxidant and basil is calming; stress is really bad for the immune system.

 

 

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Pink Porridge for morning glow

20161116_085428Pink porridge with blueberries – great antioxidant. Also stirred in a spoonful of coconut oil- great antiviral. And an addition of two drops of cinnamon bark essential oil give this a whole lot of immune boosting properties. Oh, and a spoonful of nut butter for a bit of protein.

What a way to start the day and keep those winter bugs at bay!

 

 

The World’s Healthiest Apple Crumble – Vegan, Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free, Oil Free!

This is a new take on making crumble from Bunny kitchen. If you are unsure of the liquid stevia (freely available in USA but not UK so much, you can substitute vanilla powder or essence. Liquid stevia is available online and lasts an age as you only need a drop or two at a time. Can be a bit pricey though.

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The World's Healthiest Apple Crumble - Vegan, Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free, Oil Free!

Is it too soon to talk about Christmas?

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Autumn Energy Boosters

I am going to list a variety of autumnal foods that will boost you. Today we start with

Porridge.

I eat this almost daily. I eat sprouted oats as they are easier to digest (I use Rude Health). I add in unsweetened almond milk and a drop of cinnamon essential oil. Other options are to stir in nut butter, banana, blueberries or seeds. I sometimes stir in chia seed jam.

Oats are 3% protein so adding in nut butter or seeds (esp chia seeds) will boost its protein content and give more energy throughout the morning, seeing you more easily through to lunch. It’s a slow release carb and carbs will calm you allowing you to be more focussed. Blueberries are lovely when they heat and split, oozing purpley loveliness but other than making your porridge pretty they provide antioxidants.