Have you watched this film yet? There has been a buzz of interest around this film and many people have asked me what my thoughts are on this film. I think the film is a huge success. Why? Well..... If you can ignore all the cherry-picked pseudoscience sensationalist reporting (and there is so much of it in there!), I think the film does a good job in convincing people that: - YES! You CAN get enough protein from vegetarian sources! Even if you're an athlete. - YES! We should
HI all, One day last week, while me and some other soccer mums from our kid's school were waiting for the kiddos to finish soccer practice, one of the mums and I got talking about nutrition for her family. After a few minutes of dialogue, it occured to me that this mummy, and probably many of the parents and community around me, don't know what I do- as a dietitian. I think perhaps people think that "dietitians" are old ladies in lab coats who write diets. A quick google sear
The very first time I tried Hummus was a store bought dip from the supermarket fridge. It was a bit grainy and watery but it's all I had ever tried and to me it was pretty good! It wasn't until I went to Israel to visit our dear friends, Pia and Gideon, where my tastebuds were blown by the amazing creaminess and sexy velvety texture of a really really good hummus. After that trip, I realised that nothing that I could buy from an Australian supermarket was ever going to compar
Today's breakfast smoothie: 30g traditional oats, 1 cup papaya, 1/2 banana, 1/2 cup frozen berries, 1 c water. Blend until super smooth.
Hit my 2 serve of fruit in one glass.
Slow burn carbs for my tennis lesson plus Zumba at 9am and plenty of antioxidants and flavanols from the berries to counteract any free radicals produced during exercise and my bad tennis skills.
Serves one adult and one baby/toddler. #breakfast #drinks #raw #vegan