This omelette is sooo easy & really healthy too!! Mix & match your fillings to whatever you like….I’m sure you’ll create a masterpiece! 😉
olive oil spray (or coconut oil)
2 green/spring onions, sliced
50g baby spinach
1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill or any herbs you love
sea salt & cracked black pepper
3 egg whites
Lightly spray a non-stick frying pan with olive oil spray. Add green/spring onion, spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes & dill, & cook over medium heat until spinach is wilted. Remove from pan & season with sea salt & cracked black pepper.
Lightly spray pan again with a little oil. In a bowl, whisk egg whites with electric beaters until soft peaks form.
Add egg whites to the pan & cook over medium heat for 2 minutes or until nearly set. Sprinkle spinach filling over half the omelette & cook for further 3 minutes or until the base is golden.
Carefully fold over omelette to enclose filling. Serve immediately.
Our lifestyle today has seen an increase in heart disease & heart attacks in women – yes…we need to take care of ourselves. Try this combo to boost your antioxidant & vitamin C intake, plus support your cardiovascular & nervous systems.
1C frozen mixed berries
1/2C orange juice/coconut water
1/3C diced cooked beetroot
1/4C Greek yoghurt
2-3 ice cubes
Throw all the ingredients into a blender/food processor, & blend until smooth. Pour into a chilled glass & serve immediately. For an NT tropical twist…..use frozen mango or pineapple!
Endometriosis can be a debilitating problem for many women….pain, heavy bleeding, fatigue etc. This smoothie full of protein rich ingredients, packed with magnesium, selenium, zinc, potassium, iron & antioxidants.
1-2 frozen ripe bananas
1Tblsp cacoa powder (or cocoa if you have – full of magnesium, calcium, iron)
1Tblsp molasses (high calcium, manganese, iron, potassium & Vit B’s)
1tsp moringa powder (high protein, vitamin A, C, potassium & calcium – I have this in stock too now!!)
1C nutmilk of choice (add water to thin out if needed)
Handful of Raspberries (high in calcium, magnesium, Vit C & B’s – great to help menstrual cramps)
It’s a fact….we are all ageing every single day. It’s inevitable but we can slow down the ageing process with what we choose to eat, drink & do with our bodies.
Now this is not rocket science….it’s just clean, fun living.
aim for 30mins light to moderate exercise most days…walking is great – just pick up the pace. Change routes as you become fitter, throwing in a hill or two. Do it with a friend or the dog!
do some resistance training to aid bone health. Carry weights or use a back pack…even training in the pool to give a natural resistance is great….& cool!
keep your mind active….you will keep producing new brain cells over time. Do a short course or workshop, read a non-fiction book, sudoku, crosswords, hey – even challenge yourself at the “Chaser”??!!
stress affects every system in the body which can lead to serious health conditions. Take time to relax & have FUN!! Try getting a massage, yoga, soaking in tub with epsom salts & essential oils, watch a comedy movie with a friend, play with your pets, spend some time in nature or throw a frisbee in the park whilst finishing off with a picnic. The list really is endless.
include protein rich foods to cut down appetite & give you extra energy, whilst cutting down on starchy carbs (breads, rice, pasta….only have small portions).
enjoy a myriad of fruit & veggies…all colours of the rainbow ….daily. Choose low GI such as salad veggies & greens, limiting high carbs like potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots. Organic or spray-free is better….& always wash veggies.
snack on nuts & seeds….& enjoy cold pressed oils such as olive & macadamia. Great for joint, heart, brain & hormonal health.
drink about 2L water daily….more when exercising. Add lemon, mint or lime to mix up the flavours.
avoid excessive alcohol, salt & sugar. Limit alcohol to 1-2 glasses & not every day. Try Himalayan Pink salt or Artisan Sea salt for the extra minerals.
don’t stress about having the odd night off & having takeaway – just don’t do it every week….choose your healthiest option available when out with friends.