Macro-micro-greens, onion, with quinoa-peas salad

Bless the grocery store that makes bags of dark green salad mixes. Look for one that contains, kale, baby spinach, radicchio, Swiss chard, romaine, dill, parsley and basil leaves. If you can’t the. But then all separately and mix up yourself. The fragrance of the greens and herbs whilst chopping with get your mouth-watering l, and eating it every meal time! Auto-immune friendly. (Omit peas if you can’t tolerate them.)

  • 2 handfuls of mixed macro and micro greens. Washed.
  • 1/2 cucumber chopped. Keep the skin on.
  • 1/2 onion chopped.
  • 2 serving spoons of boiled quinoa-peas.
  • In a bowl, assemble all the ingredients together and toss.
  • Now make a dressing with:
  • 4 capfuls of balsamic vinegar
  • A nice glug of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1/4 tsp pink salt
  • 1/4 tsp back pepper
  • 1/8 tsp dried oregano.

Beat together line you would an egg. The dressing will thicken. Pour over the salad. Toss throughly again.

You can add any protein source on the side; eggs, fish, chicken, beef burger patty.

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Is there such a thing as super-food?

Dear Reader,
You will have noticed that I haven’t put many pictures of fruit and vegetables on my website. Albeit: I’ve pictures up of delicious desserts and flamboyant, fancy coffee!

Depending on the occasion, they all are superfoods! Fruit and veggies, cake and coffee. Super food can be subjective.

Yes. Of course wellness and well-being are all about eating whole foods first. The primary sources of nutrition that are always superfoods are those grown in the sun, soil and on trees; that have been made with the help of birds, butterflies and bees.

If you sign-up for coaching sessions for any of of the problems mentioned on the mind-map, natural superfoods are what you will be eating.
No doubt.

However food is medicine. The poison is in the dose. And we are more than just a body. Coaching through a Being-Well lens means knowing when to have your cake guilt-free, because I know how hard it is to make switches in your diet when you eat for health’s sake. Giving up on your daily biscuit at tea time can be depressing. It weighs on your mental health. It can even lead to a tantrum.

If you learn not to gratify your desires instantly, and know the occasions of when you can have creamy, dreamy pudding, then temptations won’t govern your mind. Our sessions together will help train your mind to be patient by recognising your triggers and eat with intention to heal.

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