Author: ahara health

Golden Sweet Potato Brownies

WORDS, PHOTO + RECIPE: LUCIA Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin A, C, fibre, antioxidants and some key minerals such as potassium and manganese. Dates are loaded with nutrients, they are a natural sweetener, they are rich in fibre, potassium, B vitamins and antioxidants. In Ayurveda, dates are considered a […]

Grounding Mung Dalh

RECIPE: LUCIA LOPEZ MARINO Ingredients: 2 cups split mung dahl (soaked and rinsed)2 cups pumpkin, cut into bite-sized cubes1 cup cauliflower florets1 medium onion, finely chopped (optional)2-3 cloves garlic, minced (optional)2 cups spinach or kale, roughly chopped1 tbsp grated fresh ginger (or 1 tsp ginger powder)1 tsp turmeric1 tsp coriander1 […]

Embracing the season, mindful eating for a cozy autumn

WORDS: LUCIA LOPEZ MARINO A few years ago, a friend and nutritionist colleague suggested a book on mindful eating that completely transformed my approach to nourishment. Until then, I hadn’t fully grasped the importance of being conscious while feeding ourselves. Over the last few years, I’ve deliberately cultivated this awareness, […]

Why I add Sea Salt to my water

Words by Jessica Scott-Young | Nutritionist As an Australian based nutritionist, hydration is something I regularly talk to clients about, especially in the warmer months. After a recent trip to Adelaide where the thermostat climbed to over 40’C, I was reminded of the importance of good quality hydration. When I […]