• Food,  Lunchbox,  Snacks

    20 Low GI snack Ideas

    Having plenty of small, low GI snacks foods is a great way to stabilize your blood sugar levels throughout the day. A healthy snack consists of some low GI carbohydrates, good quality protein and a little bit of the healthy fats. To prepare a healthy low glycemic snack, start by choosing your carbohydrates. Raw or lightly steamed veggies; fruits, such as apple, pear, peach, or banana, and fresh or frozen berries make the perfect base. Quinoa, brown rice or flax seed crackers are also a good choice, if you are ok with gluten, wholegrain crackers can be ok too. For a healthy protein choose unsalted nuts, for example, almonds, pecans, cashews,…

  • Meal prepping

    10 meals to prep this weekend

    Uni starting, busy life, working heaps? Get prepping this weekend to ensure you eat healthy meals, regularly. These 10 meals are always on my go to list for prepping meals over the weekend, they stay fresh in the fridge, they are easy to reheat, and they retain all the flavour! Get prepping peeps! 1. Beetroot and Rosemary Beef burgers from Eat Drink Paleo 2. Gluten free Banana Bread from The Healthy Chef 3. Spicy Roast Pumpkin dip from Nutrilly Nutrition  4. Vegetarian spiced cauliflower salad with pomegranate from Move Nourish Believe 5. Gluten free sweetcorn fritters from The Healthy Chef 6. Dark chocolate chia truffles from Nutrilly Nutrition 7. Coconut…