Sep 05

Crustless Spinach Quiche

Preparation: 15 – 20 minutes Serves: 4 Oven @ 180°C Ingredients: 1 chopped onion 1 cup sliced mushrooms 1 tbs canola oil 300g frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well drained 2/3 cup finely chopped ham 5 eggs 1 cup mozzarella cheese Salt and pepper to taste Instructions: In a large... read more →
Sep 03

Things to do to BOOST your mood

Eat 2 fruits a day There is a reason why they say, ‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away’. Fruits have natural sugars, vitamins and nutrients that boost your immune system and can help keep your metabolism steady. Nutrients like vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B, dietary fibre and folate... read more →
Sep 03

Cannabis – what is legal?

Cannabis controversy, medical marijuana musings and the dagga debate continue. From the man on the street to government officials, opinions are loud and varied. This little weed has caused a big stir! For thousands of years, cannabis and hemp have been used as naturally growing herbs, but their reputation as... read more →
Sep 03

Omegas

Omega is a word we easily throw around mid-conversation, outside the gym or when asked how often our kids eat fish… but what do they really do? And where do they come from? Let’s break it down into palatable portions! Omegas are essentialfatty acids (EFAs), meaning our bodies do not... read more →
Jun 06

The Inside Scoop on Soup

During winter months, soups are not only an easy choice to warm you up from the inside but also comes with other benefits: can be frozen in individual portions, easy way to include vegetables effortless, easy and convenient. This month we have three interesting, creative and tasty recipes to try.... read more →
Jun 06

Preventable Childhood Diseases

In South Africa, eight children under the age of five die every hour from a preventable disease, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Although the country has taken big steps to decrease the predicament of its children, child mortality rates are still a big concern, says Macharia Kamau,... read more →
Jun 06

Guidelines to Improve Your Body Language

Every single day our bodies give indications on what our thoughts and emotions are. The way we use our bodies is very important. Some people can disguise their emotions and thoughts much better than others can, hence the saying ‘You wear your heart on your sleeve’. All of us are... read more →
May 06

Mother’s Day Menu

Let’s spoil mom with a home cooked lunch this Mother’s Day! 3 course meal oozing with love Not time consuming – lets face it as much as mom is going to love this lunch,... read more →
May 02

Keeping Every Kid Healthy Every Week

The health of our kids is a priority for any parent. A child’s health has a big impact on their physical and mental development, making it a societal priority to promote a healthy lifestyle to our children. Many underprivileged children go to school without eating, which affects their ability to... read more →
May 02

The good, the bad and the ugly of bacteria

These days “bacteria” is a word we hear very often and makes one think of germs and Dettol! There are good ones and bad ones, and even more bizarre, some resistant ones. Let’s take a closer look at the different kinds of bacteria and the bacteria trends of 2019. Bad... read more →