These bars contain a few ingredients that are known to help promote a healthy milk supply. One ingredient is Oats, which are very nutritious, and are a good source of fiber; Flax, which contain omega-3 fatty acids; and Brewer’s yeast, which has traditionally been known to help enrich milk supply due to its high B-vitamin content.
This “cheese” sauce gets its cheesy flavour from nutritional yeast, which is a deactivated yeast that is high in B vitamins (don’t be alarmed when your pee turns bright yellow-green colour after eating this stuff – its just your body excreting the extra B vitamins that it doesn’t absorb). In the culinary world, you’ll see many people sprinkle nutritional yeast on popcorn or kale chips to give a cheesy flavour without the cheese.
To give this soup an intense and fresh flavour, we grind our own cumin from cumin seeds, rather than using pre-ground cumin. If you chose to do this, you’ll notice that you need less spice to get the flavour that you’re looking for. The same goes for coriander, cardamom, and cloves. Give it a try – you’ll notice a huge difference! We also make up our garam marsala. The recipe comes from Vij’s Elegant & Inspired Indian Cuisine cookbook. It brings such an authentic flavour.
I got this idea from Rita Mustafa’s ‘Gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free recipes’ cookbook. These energy balls are quick to prepare and quick to disappear! People of all ages love them – the combination of sweet, nutty, and crunchy rolled into a little ball is irresistible even for the ‘little people’ in our lives – what a great way to get some protein into our children!
We love Lavender. Why? because it’s so versatile, abundant & is simply a lovely plant and herb. There are many ways that you can use lavender, both creatively and medicinally. For home remedies, creative gift ideas & homemade recipes using lavender – check out our “50 Ways to Use Lavender” blog post.
1. Eat mini meals, always with protein Eat 5-6 small meals per day; these meals should ideally be eaten while sitting down and consciously enjoying food rather than taking a bite here or there while driving, doing work at the computer, or walking around. Adding protein to all meals helps to slow the breakdown of…
What affects iron absorption? Iron absorption is considered the amount of iron that the body takes up and uses from food. Most people absorb 10-15% of dietary iron, but this absorption is influenced by several factors. Factors that influence iron absorption include: Storage levels of iron has the most influence on iron absorption when body…