White Nectarine, Pecan & Haloumi salad | Nadia Felsch

White Nectarine, Pecan & Haloumi salad

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Summer fruits are currently on their last legs in Australia. And this salad is the ideal way to use one of my faves – juicy and sweet white nectarines. If you’re a regular on this blog or my instagram, you’ll likely be familiar with my love for salads. And how deliciously diverse my definition of […]

Chocolate Hazelnut Energy Balls | Nadia Felsch

Raw Cacao Hazelnut Energy Balls

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Energy Balls. Bliss Balls. Protein Balls. Buzzing around for years and yet still amazing. My thoughts on that? When done well, bliss balls are a great source of valuable nutrition, conveniently ready for you and couldn’t be easier to make yourself. Besides, I’m yet to find a $4 bought option that tastes as good as […]

Nadia Felsch | Food Prep

How I Food Prep

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I feel like I have talked endlessly on this blog, on social media, in videos and with clients about the power of food prep. In fact my own personal health and the foundations of this business are centred around it. According to the internet, food prep is boring and all things chicken and broccoli (snore). […]

Avocado Toast | Nadia Felsch

Avocado Toast

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Forever my go-to breakfast. It’s how I kick off my day. And one of the delicious ways that I feed my gut bacteria. How I include both regular and prebiotic fibres in my diet. With gut health being such a hot topic in all kinds of circles, I urge you to become better informed about […]

Mushroom, Leek & Cheddar Frittata | Nadia Felsch

Mushroom, Leek & Cheddar Frittata

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Who doesn’t want a recipe that goes into the oven and comes out perfect? No fuss. Limited washing up. Better still when it’s loaded with protein, prebiotic vegetables and mood-boosting foods! Our moods are largely impacted by the food that we eat. The affect a meal has, can be the difference between brain fog, mood […]

Sweet Potato & Haloumi Frittata | Nadia Felsch

Eat lunch and maintain a healthy weight

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A 2016 systematic review published in the International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity found that lunch skipping is most common among women. Why does that matter? Isn’t that great if you’re looking to lose weight? Skipping lunch = an overall lower dietary fibre and essential fat intake which can have far-reaching effects including compromised […]

Sweet Potato & Haloumi Frittata | Nadia Felsch

Sweet Potato & Haloumi Frittata

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Whilst a popular term and one that’s often thrown around, a state of hanger is absolutely a thing and common between midday and dinnertime, where food consumed could be lower in quality or skipped altogether. Hangry = angry due to hunger. And physiologically what’s going on here is a drop in blood glucose levels which […]

Healthy Burrito Bowl | Nadia Felsch

Healthy Burrito Bowl

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A Healthy Burrito Bowl because who doesn’t love burritos? I remember first trying this concept of a burrito sans the actual burrito (bread) several years ago in a not-really-Mexican-restaurant here in Sydney. Clearly they were going after the low-carb market and no doubt it worked (*sigh). But what bothered me, as often does when I’m […]

Mango Froyo | Nadia Felsch

Mango Froyo

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Froyo also known as frozen yoghurt and a craze that even if going by a new name these days, has been a delicious treat for as long as I can remember. Except that the one I remember had a few more ingredients than this recipe. As do most things if I’m honest being that this […]

 

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