Who doesn't love a smoothie bowl during Summer? With so many combos and flavours to experiment with, this one sneaks in some extra veggies that are bound to make it a hit. Top it with your favourite fruits and other crunchy things like cereal and nuts to give you a more satisfying start to the day than a regular smoothie (because you can't down it 10 seconds!).
2 frozen bananas
1 1/2 cups of coconut water (more or less for desired consistency)
1 large frozen avocado
1 frozen zucchini (chopped in pieces)
1 whole mango
1 scoop of changing habits supreme greens blend
Blend it all, until creamy and smooth.
It’s best to freeze everything, but not necessary, it just won't be as thick.
I also add cultured coconut yoghurt
My favourite Paleo muesli
Scoop of gelatin for skin, hair and nail support
Raspberries, banana, coconut, almonds, buckwheat groats, tahini
About Tarnea O’Meara
Tarnea is an Endeavour College of Natural Health Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine student, self-confessed health, paleo and organic food enthusiast that loves cooking from scratch. Born and raised on the Sunshine Coast, Tarnea is a professional surfer and foodie currently competing on the WQS. She combines her love for travel, surf and food effortlessly.
Packed with warming and healing anti-inflammatory spices, these flavour-packed bliss balls make the perfect snack for when you need a boost of energy, especially during the cooler months. A great source of long-lasting complex carbohydrates to fuel your body, healthy fats to boost brain power and plant protein to keep you satisfied until your next meal, as well as an abundance of vitamins, minerals and powerful antioxidants to nourish the body, mind and soul. Yum!
When we think of healing we often go straight to the physical; healing our bones, our skin, our digestive system – yet, sometimes we need a little bit of self-indulgence or as its known ‘chocolate therapy’ to support the healing process.
Naturopaths will often look to the gut when determining the origin of many types of disease. Prebiotics by definition is foods or ingredients that selectively promote the growth or activity of beneficial microorganisms (gut bacteria), and are different to the bacteria themselves called probiotics. Prebiotic foods in this recipe include; onion, garlic, asparagus, chickpeas and the vegetables in general. Promoting the growth of beneficial intestinal bacteria has flow-on effects to improve digestive function, the immune system, mental health, skin health and almost every aspect of health.