Sunday lunch never tasted better than with our turmeric-crusted pork chops and spicy rice. Invite your loved ones over and treat them to this spicy, wintery special.
We love nut butter and we love to change things up. Whenever you feel like you need something a bit more exciting than peanut butter, give our moreish spiced sunflower seed butter a try.
Your immune system could always use a boost, no matter the time of the year. Our bright and beautiful carrot soup is full of vitamin C and other vital nutrients to keep you going.
Don’t overlook your spice rack when it comes to cooking healthy dishes. Not only do spices add wonderful flavour (without any kilojoules!), but each one has its own special properties to benefit your health.
From bloating to acne to painful joints, many health ailments can, in some way, be attributed to inflammation. Imagine sustaining an injury – the tissue around the affected area becomes tender and swollen. This is the body’s natural immune response to allow for inflammation to occur in order to protect and heal the broken bone or sprained ankle, for example. It’s suggested that what we eat can play a role in the severity of inflammation and can even address more mundane types of inflammation such as acne-prone skin, and chronic inflammation such as arthritis.