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Updated April 2020 Know ahead of time before picking up your weekly groceries by checking out what low carb fruit and vegetables are at their best in May Low Carb Vegetables in Season in May Ginger 4.8g carbs / 100g This spicy root vegetable is indigenous to south China which subsequently spread out too much of… View Article
Welcome to our monthly Low Carb Newsletter! Our goal each month is to find the latest and greatest Low Carb products, places to eat, information, and inspiration for you. This month we will be sharing some tips, tricks and treats to help you enjoy a happy and healthy Easter. Everything we talk about in the… View Article
Back in early February, not long after I excitedly bought my entry to the Ben Nevis Ultra-Marathon held in Scotland later this year, that I flared up an old back injury whilst on a relatively easy 10km trail run around Lane Cove… The frustration set in quite quickly and the timing didn’t help. I went… View Article
What could be better than a bowl of great pasta and glass of red wine? The only problem for those of us who have chosen a low carb lifestyle is the pasta, so all we’re left with is the wine (which is not always a bad thing). But we’ve put together this list of our… View Article
Welcome to the first edition of our Low Carb Newsletter! Our goal each month is to find the latest and greatest Low Carb products, places to eat, information, and inspiration for you. Everything we talk about in the newsletter we have personally tried, tested and love. Jo & I have both been passionate about Low… View Article
We often get asked about this, and the good news is there are actually quite a few easy things you can do to improve your digestion. Staying regular is very important for many reasons; Comfort – reduced feelings of bloating or swelling around your tummy. Detoxing – eliminating waste from our bodies as fast as… View Article
The Mediterranean Diet reflects the dietary choices and patterns of the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The fundamentals of this diet are very similar to the Australian Dietary Guidelines, however has a few differences and these are based on greater intakes of olive oil, nuts, fish and red wine, while using traditional cooking styles which… View Article