How to Make Turmeric Golden Milk Ingredients: 1 cup of nut milk of your choice 1 teaspoon of coconut oil or other oil of your choice ¼ – ½ teaspoon of turmeric golden paste Directions: For a cold smoothie: blend all the ingredients in a blender. Add fresh pineapple or other fruits according to your taste. For… Read More


How to Make Turmeric Butter Try making turmeric butter. It is an easy and delicious way to include this anti-inflammatory food into your diet. Use on sandwiches, with grains or mix a teaspoon of turmeric butter with warm milk for a tasty beverage. Ingredients: ¼ cup virgin cold-pressed coconut oil, softened but not melted ¼… Read More


How to Make Turmeric Golden Paste Make your turmeric golden paste weekly or fortnightly and store in the refrigerator to have on hand for adding to hot and cold drinks, to make turmeric butter or as a base for tasty curry dishes. Ingredients: 1/2 cup turmeric powder 1 cup water 1/3 cup one of the… Read More


Infant Nutrition 14 Months and Onwards Guidelines for infant nutrition vary wildly and are often contradictory. A simple guideline to ensure the best nutrition for your infant are the baby’s natural growth stages. By 14 to 18 months of age a baby’s digestive tract begins to mature and the first molars appear. The molars are used to… Read More


Nutrition for 8 to 14 Months Old Baby After your baby has been on fruits a couple of months, some veggies can be introduced. Raw celery sticks or lightly steamed pieces of carrot, broccoli, cauliflower and zucchini are all good options for baby to pick up and nibble. Baby will enjoy the different colours, tastes… Read More


When is my baby ready to eat solid food? Most parents begin introducing solid foods around 6 months of age. This is because a baby’s first teeth start to grow in at around 6 months and because most infants are born with a 6 month store of iron in their liver. However, there are three… Read More


Infant Nutrition Human breast milk is the ideal food for infants. The nutritional quality of a mother’s breast milk will rely on the quality of the mother’s diet, but generally speaking, breast milk is THE SUPERFOOD for infants. Sadly, Ireland has the lowest rates of breastfeeding in the world. According to an Irish Times article,… Read More


Lemons: Health Benefits “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” ~  Elbert Hubbard Lemons have many health benefits as well as being the essential ingredient for making a refreshing jug of fresh lemonade. They are most noted for their vitamin C content, which is why we often think of lemons when we have a cold… Read More


Amaranth Protein Amaranth is a seed that cooks like a grain and is generally referred to as a pseudo-grain. It is higher in fibre than most grains. Similar to buckwheat and quinoa, it is gluten-free and easy to digest. Amaranth is noted for being high in plant protein. Its seeds are 13–15% protein, which is higher than most grains… Read More


The #1 health habit for 2017 Drink a cup of warm water first thing in the morning. Adopting healthy habits takes some effort. This one however is relatively easy as most us will put a kettle of water on the boil in the morning. Many of you may already be doing this and most people know… Read More