Remember those Raw Mixed Berry Tarts recipe we featured recently. Well, its creator Larina Robinson is more than just a foodie! She is an experienced nutritionist and wholefood dietitian (based in Sydney) and runs The Body Dietetics website – on all things health, nutrition and wellness inspiration. We’re pleased to have her back on the site and this
Yuca, also known as cassava and manioc, is a starchy root vegetable popular in South American, African and Asian kitchens. I have a more comprehensive post on yuca as an ingredient in paleo cooking so here I am going to show you how to make tasty yuca fries with a special tomato sauce.
You might have seen yuca fries or a cassava mash on the menu in a trendy Latin American food joint, but this starchy root vegetable is a common home cooking ingredient in many cultures around the world. As a dense source of carbohydrates, it could be a great addition to the diet for those avoiding
Kids need good fuel to get them through the day so the school lunches should be made up of real fresh foods that are nutrient dense, rich in protein and healthy fats, and low in processed sugar for even energy levels throughout the day and better focus during class.
I love baked treats but I don’t have a sweet tooth so I tend to do more savoury slices, muffins and breads. Many baked paleo treats use nut meals and as much as we love nuts, and they are nutritious, these treats are not always kid lunch box friendly. Some nuts are also very high in