Words of Well-being - Lotus Centre

Naturopathic guide to IBS

Do you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or have some of the signs and symptoms? You may be sick and tired of having constipation day in day out, or bouts of diarrhoea or a combination. You may be feeling bloated, or have nausea and pain. Overall this condition is really affecting your zest for

Aromatic Snack Balls

This snack combines the good fats – mono and poly unsaturated fatty acids, soluble fibre to promote a healthy bowel (flaxmeal, chia seeds), antioxidants (cocoa, spices, gogi, and aromatic spices) that will help with inflammation, flatulence, and spasm of the digestive system (ginger, turmeric, fennel seeds, cinnamon). Ingredients Macadamia nuts 60g Almonds 100g Sunflower seeds 50g

Have you fallen for a narcissist?

  Have you fallen prey to a narcissistic lover? Jane (not her real name) was reasonably happily married and enjoying a successful career. Unfortunately, all the working-late nights ended up with her having an affair with the big boss (also married). He was exciting and intoxicating… he was her ‘soul mate’. She couldn’t believe that

Homemade Hummus

  Hummus is a family favourite to add to snack, meals and salads. Ingredients 1 can organic chickpeas 3 large cloves of garlic (chopped) The juice of 1 ½ lemons 3 large dessert spoons of unhulled tahini 1 tsp ground cumin (dry fried to release aromas) 1 tsp coriander seeds (dry fried to release aromas

Quick Mid-week Roasted Mediterranean Vegetables

  We can all feel tired and uninspired about cooking mid-week and this is when we can make unhealthy choices if we don’t plan ahead. This is a great quick and easy throw it in the pan recipe that tastes divine. Ingredients Choose a large variety of vegetables such as Spanish onions, pumpkin, sweet potato,

Ever feel you have a recurring relationship merry-go-round?

Why do some single thirty-something women have recurring relationship problems? Is it their fault… or are they just choosing the wrong partners? Lisa (not her real name) sought therapy after a string of unsatisfactory relationships with men she had met at various functions. The relationships were characterised by the partner controlling every aspect of their

High protein Zucchini, olive and parmesan bread

This bread is easy to make and is a fantastic accompaniment to summer salads or winter soups. High in protein with the eggs, almonds meal, amaranth flour and seeds. It has a lovely savoury flavour. Spread with avocado or tahini or break into a salad. Enjoy with smoked salmon – good match. GF, V, low

Mum’s Baked Beans

Mum’s Baked Beans (vegetarian)   Childhood memories come flooding back. This was my go-to snack after school. It was tasty and wholesome, and kept me happy until dinner. Today baked beans are readily available in a can. They are high in protein and fibre and that’s a good thing, however, the canned version is also

Simple Mexican Quinoa Salad

Recipe:   2 cups cooked quinoa 1 can black beans 1 red capsicum cut into tiny pieces (I like the bullhorn) 1 cup cucumber cut into tiny pieces 1 cup tomato cut into tiny pieces 1 cup of corn 2 tbsp chives handful of sultanas dressing: 1 small avocado Juice of 1/2 lime (or more)

PLANTIFY YOUR BODY TO BETTER HEALTH

    Start the year well and enjoy 20% off all new bookings in January The festive season is behind us, however, our happy indulgences are still with us. You probably had a lovely time filling your body with lots of different treats and hopefully your heart was filled too! Now it’s back to normal

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