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by Danielle Sacht
Sometimes having a food allergy or intolerance such as coeliac disease can result in you needing a holiday, after your holiday! With all the stress of wondering where you can eat, and praying you don’t get sick from the dish you just ordered that you think is going to be ok, here are my top 8 tips to keep you stress-free and healthy during your overseas adventures!
by Courtenay Turner
A mere 10-minute stroll from Newtown Station in Sydney’s inner west lies the unassuming café front of Sadhana Kitchen. Blink and you might just miss it, but don’t be fooled by humble appearances, this place is a raw food mecca!
Ronda Rousey fought today in Brazil to maintain her title as UFC bantamweight champion and basically beat Bethe Correia in the most embarrassing way possible. And she succeeded, defeating her opponent in just 34 seconds.
by Amy Pozzar
These days, it seems the focus of a ‘healthy’ diet is based on what all the celebs are doing, what looks good on Instagram and what sounds good on Facebook. Unfortunately, this obsession with fad diets has resulted in people following trends that aren’t necessarily suited to their body’s needs. And so the profound ignorance to food intolerances were born!
by Doralise Halepis
When one chooses to enter the adventurous world of green smoothies, selecting ingredients can often be a daunting task. Aside from the pressures on whether to kale or not to kale, marketing companies have now added a target on your back for their ‘ever so nutritious’ green powders. So before you start flaunting your health in a mason jar, we’ve summarised the top three commonly used powders to let you decide if they have a place in your smoothie.
by Teagan Comerford
As winter is upon us there is increasing hype surrounding bone broth and its long list of health promoting benefits, it is seemingly becoming the modern food elixir – But is it worth its weight in gelatinous goodness?
by Zoya Hett
Kefir (Kee-fer) it is a fermented milk or water drink that originated in the Caucasus Mountains thousands of years ago. This drink was originally made from goats milk and has been enjoyed commercially for a long time in Europe as a healthy elixir for its many claimed health benefits. Now, it has found its way to Australia and can be found flavoured and made from cow’s milk, coconut milk, water and coconut water. This ancient drink is a potent probiotic, that is gaining a large fan base, so I decided to unpack the science to see if this fermented drink is worth a go.
For those of you who thought consuming glucose with fructose or fructan containing foods would help with absorption, this has now been shown to make symptoms worse, not better!