Cold Pressed Juice Fast

Posted in Food / Health on January 09, 2014

My husband and I love cold-pressed juices and are super excited that they are readily available around Sydney now. We do a 3 or 5 day juice fast once a year to give our bodies a real chance to cleanse and rejuvenate. Then every month we will do a one day juice fast simply because we feel so good afterwards and its like a regular clean out of the system. We use Lucky You in Sydney as we find their juices the best for us but have also enjoyed them […]

Down Jackets; Warm but not Cool

Posted in Animal Welfare / Products on January 06, 2014

France was spectacular but cold. As I normally escape on a holiday during our winters, this time I was actually looking forward to dressing up in all the great winter fashion and buying a new great winter coat for myself and my little ones. (Mini over-coats are just too cute!) When shopping for coats I want them to keep me warm and look cool but just as important for me, I want to know that I am not wearing something that has been made by causing pain, suffering or death […]

Boiron Homeopathic Company

Posted in Health / Products on January 05, 2014

As a Naturopath, I loved seeing the use of natural medicine promoted at every pharmacy I walked past in my trip to France.The french family we are friends with had a medicine cabinet that was half full of your standard family medicines and the other half was full of a wide range of homeopathics. How refreshing! Boiron is the worlds largest homeopathic company and it was founded in France in 1932. It now is sold in over 60 countries in the world but still over 40 percent of its business […]

French Meals Gone Healthy… Could it be True!

Posted in Food on January 04, 2014

Eating out in France is an amazing experience. I loved walking inside into a toasty ambient space after being out in the freezing cold! However being a health conscious or vegan in France is not as easy as elsewhere…but it is getting much better than the last time I went. While many places you still will be lucky as a vego to get a side of green salad as your main meal, many other places are becoming increasingly creative and embracing the organic, health movement, including offering vegetarian or vegan […]

Brigitte Bardot

Posted in People on January 03, 2014

All things french this week, here is a quick look at Brigitte Bardot, a woman who has dedicated a large part of her life to helping the plight of animals around the world, particuarly her home country, France. She was born in the 30s and was the it girl of the 50s and 60s, starring in over 40 films and recording several albums. On her 39th birthday she then gave that all up to focused on animal activism, selling off many of her personal belongings and house to raise over […]

My Trip to France and Foie Gras

Posted in Animal Welfare / Food on January 02, 2014

I have just returned from an amazing winter holiday in France. I found the atmosphere magic there around Christmas, with the city lights dazzling everywhere, the Christmas markets on Champ de Elysees, the snowy village and slopes of Megeve! The delicious ( and mostly unhealthy!) temptations of France are part of the experience; the breads, the wines and for many, the cheeses. However there is one French “delicacy” that I believe should be boycotted with deliberation. Just because you are on a holiday, why would you want to partake in […]

Garden of Vegan

Posted in Food on December 10, 2013

I was recently surprised in the small town of Launceston, Tasmania with some divine tasty vegetarian places to eat. I spent hours at the cutest cafe, The Garden of Vegan, because I wanted to taste so many of the delicious¬†options on the menu! It is a cosy space, so it is not somewhere you would go with a big group but is just perfect for 2-4 people to fill up of great food and vibes. There is a big park across the road, which you can grab take away and […]

A Healthy Balanced Breakfast

Posted in Food on November 19, 2013

This is one of my standard starts to the day. Its vegan, tasty, full of nutrition and gives me the energy I need to work and be a Mum. A breakfast I happily recommend as a Naturopath! Pure Life Brand of Sprouted Essene Bread. An organic nut spread, today I used Melrose Almond and Chia seed Organic avocado, tomato, sunflower spouts and red kidney beans Kim Chi, a mix of fermented vegetables that taste great and act as a probiotic for your digestive system.

Washing My Children – Cruelty and Chemical Free

Posted in Health / Products on November 16, 2013

When I was pregnant with Ariella, 6 years ago, I was lucky enough to be asked to give a talk on a “chemical free pregnancy” by Todae, an online eco-store based in Sydney. It was an insightful experience as it expanded my knowledge on chemical free living and prepared me for my oncoming journey to incorporate this as ¬†a parent. Children come into this world completely dependant on us to take care of them. On a daily basis we feed them, clothe them, wash them and love them. When bathing […]

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