Most of us don't eat enough fibre. We have gone from eating almost 100 grams a day as hunter-gatherers to eating as low as 8-15 grams a day, or even less than that, on a processed food diet. This of course has catastrophic consequences to our health! 

Fibre is very important, as it helps to fertilize the good bacteria in our gut, improves our bowel movements, and prevents cancer and heart disease. 

It also helps to lose weight, by slowing the rate at which sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream, overal...

October 27, 2016

Porridge is my favourite breakfast over the autumn/ winter season, as it warms you up and makes you ready to face the weather. How do I make it?

First of all I soak the oats overnight in rice milk, so all I need to do in the morning, is to simply heat it up. Then I always add a tablespoon of desiccated coconut for the good fat and extra fibre and a teaspoon of Ceylon cinnamon. As for the topping, the possibilities are endless! You can top it with blueberries, raspberries, cherries, grated apple or pe...

September 20, 2016

I came up with this recipe because my kids love carrot juice… and after juicing all these beautiful organic carrots and oranges, it was a pity to keep throwing away all the pulp. 

Here comes the solution! This carrot cake is a great way of using the juicing pulp. It is deliciously moist and packed full of fibre, which is always a good thing. 


- 4 eggs,

- 1/4 cup melted coconut oil,

- 4 tbsp honey or maple syrup,

- 100 g chopped dried dates,

- pulp left over from juicing 1 kg of carrots & 4 smal...

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