We love this recipe for its high protein, low GI, superfood goodness. Super easy and great for dinner and leftovers for lunch the next day. It’s just one of the nutritionist and naturopath designed recipes in Tucker Street’s limited edition LUXTON dinner box
Let’s investigate the holy grail of health questions. Is coffee healthy? Before we get into the science, let me tell you about my relationship with the black stuff. I like coffee. The smell, the taste, the feeling. I normally have two strong cups a day. A long black with cinnamon helps me
Always feeling tired the moment you wake up and unable to resist crawling back to bed? We all have those days when even a morsel of energy seems impossible. Good news is that by switching up your daily morning routines, getting a natural energy fix can be really easy. Health
I’m often ranting on about the need for protein. Particularly in smoothies. Our Naturopath showed that protein is pivotal in hormone, skin and liver health. And this study confirms that high protein diets are brilliant for weightloss. Plus, the study shows that plant based sources are better for you than animal.
If you prefer Netflix marathons to actual marathons or if you would rather run past a treadmill then on one, then you might be one of the many who would consider themselves a ‘non-runner.’ Like runners, non-runners come in all shapes and sizes with varying levels of fitness.
What you need: x 1 carrot grated (or spiralised) ½ beetroot grated Handful of green beans (tailed and sliced length-ways) ¼ red cabbage shredded 1/2 mango sliced into slithers Handful of coriander roughly chopped Handful of peanuts roughly smashed up Oil ½ lemon What you need to do: –
Ingredients: 5 cups rolled oats ¼ cup melted coconut oil 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 2 tablespoons vanilla essence 3 tablespoons coconut nectar OR organic maple syrup OR honey 1 tablespoon cinnamon 2 cups coconut flakes 1/3 cup cacao nibs 1/3 cup goji berries 1/3 cup sultanas 1/3 cup pumpkin