I was inspired to transfer this recipe that has been on my Instagram account today when a reader sent me this message "Made it! Loved it! Girls loved it more! xx" Thanks Mrs C!


Cauliflower rice is a great side dish which will increase the vegetable content of your meals. It is an easy substitute if you are avoiding gluten or grains.



500 g of cauliflower (cut into florettes)

Oil or butter for frying


Chop cauliflower up in a food processor until it is rice-sized or in the thermomix, 10 secs speed 5)


Fry it for a couple of minutes on the stove or steam in the Varoma for 10-12 mins.


Serve it as a side dish or you can turn it into cauliflower fried rice!




To enhance our digestion and therefore increase energy levels, it is essential repair the lining of the gut. Antibiotics, stress, processed foods, chemicals, pollutants and an impaired micro biome are some of things which lead to a leaky gut. Leaky gut causes inflammation in the body, decreased nutrient absorption and fatigue. 


Broths help to repair the lining of the gut as they contain minerals  and nutrients which help to seal the lining of your gut such as glycine and gelatine. Broths are very easy to digest so they are great for when your digestive system is sensitive. They help to support the immune system and you can also add ginger, garlic and vegetables to them to add to the nutrients in them. 


Broths are a great way to add flavour to your meals. Use them to make soups and sauces or drink it in a cup as a ‘brothee’ (add some lemon or apple cider vinegar and you can also add thyme, sea salt, or grate some ginger or turmeric into it). Yum! You can also use them to cook ric...

This post originally appeared in the Family Doctors Plus website 

To live a calmer and happier life it is essential to control our stress levels.


Many mums these days feel stressed; they are rushing from one thing to the next, juggling many roles, multitasking. This stress manifests itself in many different ways such as waking up tired day after day, carrying excess weight, pain , depression, anxiety, mood swings, sugar cravings and illness. Research also tells us that stress is responsible for 80 per cent of disease and illness. 


 Here are 3 ways to manage stress better:


1. Find a balance 


Stress occurs when we haven't taken the time to slow down to rest and restore. In nature, everything exists in balance; dark and light, night and day, summer and winter, hot and cold, earth and sea, expansion and contraction.


So how can you find your own balance if you are rushing all the time, looking after everybody else and on the go?


-Take some time to slow down during the day, to take some deep...


If you've ever been on a traditional weight loss diet you'll know that they are usually about guilt, shame, deprivation, counting calories, cutting out food groups and pushing yourself through punishing exercise programs. All this does is add to the stress that you are already under and they either don't work or if they do work initially you end up putting all the weight back on when you go back to your normal life.


It doesn't sound like much fun and it is certainly not the way to go if you want to feel great and look amazing. 


How does nourishing yourself with great food, having less cravings, and feeling more calm and less stressed sound?


Now we're talking right?


When you with Beatrice you will form a new philosophy around nutrition that will improve your energy and lead to sustainable weight loss.


You get one on one coaching, a list of recipes and useful websites that make healthy eating achievable, even for busy mums!


You will also get useful resources such as food substitution gu...

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