5 Hay House World summit talks I love

The Hay house world summit is currently on.

100 interviews across the areas of






there is a huge amount of content to consume, tips, worksheets, films in each series release.
The World Summit to –

💟Heal Your Body

💟 Boost Your Health

💟 Develop the Tools to Manifest Your Best Life.

Here are some of my fav talks so far. Series 4 just got released today too 😱

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#JERF What is it? It’s good for you.

What does JERF mean?

Just eat real food.


What is JERF? It's Good for you

Simplifying your ‘diet’ by choosing to eat real food.

When I say diet I don’t mean some fad, I mean what you eat on the daily – your lifestyle.

Real foods are unprocessed, whole foods, close to how nature created them. They don’t usually come in a packet.

What should I include?

Vegetables, vegetables, vegetables – lots of greens. Fresh in season veges. Snap frozen veges can also be a great option. Green juice powders are an easy option to get your greens in one glass, I obvs love Deep green.

You can try growing your own vegetables & herbs.

I’m an average gardener & currently in the garden we have –

Spinach, strawberries, lettuce, spring onions, we have harvested our garlic, have pumpkins starting out, tomatoes 🍅 starting to ripen, an Indian green vegetable cooked up like spinach.

Fruit – berries are best they are low in natural sugars & packed with antioxidants.  Fruits low in natural sugars are the better option.

Meat, chicken, fish & eggs – (if you eat them) as whole as possible – eg watch for highly processed sausages, nuggets etc. You can get cheaper cuts of meat which can be slow cooked & will be just as tasty. Canned fish 🐟 is also an option just watch those ingredients, best is the type of fish + olive oil/spring water. Eggs so many ways to eat them – essential in our house. Making bone broths from your meat/fish or chicken bones is really beneficial for you & it tastes so good. Some benefits of broth here

Full fat dairy – (if you eat it) butter, cream, whole milk, cheese 🧀, Yogurt Plain unsweetened. Forget the lite additive filled c#*p, when it comes to anything.  I love the quote low fat = chemical sh*t storm, remember this!

Nuts & seeds – raw nuts, walnuts, almonds, pine nuts (actually seeds), hazelnuts etc. Pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, sesame seeds, hemp seeds etc. Cacao – the beans, raw cacao powder. Eat them as snacks add them to yogurt for breakfast, add to salads, nut or seed butters, Tahini.

Coconut – yes it deserves its own category, it is known in the pacific as the tree of life after all. Coconut milk, cream, coconut butter, oil, young coconuts – fresh water & meat, shredded coconut, fresh grated coconut. Full of good fats.

Fats – choose good quality cold pressed olive oil -organic is even better as olives are a highly sprayed crop. Ghee, butter, coconut oil, rendered fats, lard. 

Try to avoid cheap processed vegetable oils. They contain lots of Polyunsaturated fat which is highly unstable. Polyunsaturated fats go rancid &  oxidize easily.  It’s these oxidized fats that cause inflammation in cells. Oxidation is linked to all sorts of issues from cancer, heart disease, endrometriosis, PCOS, etc. Cheap oil crops are oftened sprayed with a load of pesticides & many are GMO. Vegetable oils also have a high ratio of Omega 6, an imbalance of omega 3 & 6 also leads to disease. 

Then when you really get into this lifestyle there are a whole bunch of superfoods – Maca root, ashwahganda, lucuma & a whole bunch of crazy good stuff. (I’ll do a post on amazing superfoods soon) 

What should I be looking for when I shop?

If you are picking up your food in packets.

When you check the ingredients you want to see

A. Things you recognise, no big wordy lists, no/few additive numbers.

To find out  what the numbers on the packets stand for, check out the chemical maze book or app. Or leave me a message in the comments with your additive number & I’ll check it out for you. I have the app & book.

B. Less than 5 ingredients is ideal a la Michael Pollan.  Unless its listing whole foods, as may be in a packet of frozen vegetables.

C. No hydrogenated vegetable oils

An average meal for me would have

+ Fish/meat/chicken/egg with salad and or vegetables. Some good fats from butter, olive oil or avocado. A fresh chutney which is like a tomato salsa made fresh, guacamole, kiwifruit chutney etc or Indian pickle (achar) – mango/lemon/Apple.

We do have at least two vegetarian days a week ( for religious reasons) this excludes eating egg also.  So these days would be vege curry/stir fry, sometimes salad as well. Good fats again. Sometimes with brown rice or basmati. Chutney as above or Indian pickle (achar).

I did a post on meals I eat on the regular here

I take my vitality trio daily as well this give some me my probiotics , antioxidant goodness of berries & cacao, and my green juice fix. 

Above all be mindful when buying, cooking & eating your food.

Enjoy it – with company is always better 😊

Much love



3 Wanderlust videos you should watch

I have been on You tube binge watching wanderlust videos. So much amazing content. I hope to get to a wanderlust event one day.

These are 3 videos which I really loved the messages behind & they are all aligned.

Focusing on food as medicine, real food & healing your own body with the food you choose to eat.

Amanda Chantal Bacon – Feasting in health 

Christa Orecchio –  Heal the gut, heal your life 

Seamus Mullen – The healing power of food


Let me know in the comments below which ones you watched & what your thoughts are?

Much Love


Fab Friday


Fab Friday - macadamia milk, coconut, pineapple juice, burger on a stick no bun, food art, fake food quote


Fab (food) Friday. Very much food oriented today. I’m loving

+ Decadent smoothie with macadamia milk –  coconut & pineapple 🍍

+ Burger on a stick so cute & perfect party size

+ Food art 💜

+ Fake food quote – our bodies weren’t made for it. Keep it real homegirl.


Let me know in the comments below what you are loving today..bonus if it’s food related 😊

Enjoy your week


Buckwheat, Almond & Coconut Chocolate slice


+ Dairy free + Gluten Free + Refined sugar free +

Here’s a recipe I created the other day inspired by My New Roots granola


1/2 cup of buckwheat
1/2 cup of coconut flakes
1/2 cup of almonds
1/2 cup of coconut oil
1/2 cup of honey
1/2 cup of cocoa

Spread out the buckwheat on an oven tray & toast in the oven. Keep an eye on it and give it a stir every now & then. Also toast the coconut & almonds. Once the coconut & almonds have cooled down chop them up roughly. Mix these with the buckwheat then spread evenly in a loaf tin.

In a saucepan melt the coconut oil and honey together then add the cocoa and stir until smooth. Pour this over the coconut, buckwheat and almonds in the loaf tin. Give it a quick mix then press down so it’s even.

I added a few boysenberry pieces to the top of mine for aesthetics so if you want to do this pop the slice in the fridge for 5 mins then press some boysenberry pieces into the top of it wherever you would like. Then pop it on the freezer until hard at least 10 minutes. (If you aren’t adding any berries to the top go straight to freezer). This is so it is easy to cut up. Remove from freezer and cut into squares with a sharp knife.

Can be eaten now although it can be a bit hard so it is best to let it soften. Stored in fridge is best.

* if you find that you want a higher choc ratio in your slice then as long as you measure the coconut oil, cocoa & honey the same it should work out.

* you can pretty much add any base ingredients to the slice then just make the chocolate to pour over. Inspiration – pistachio, macadamia, walnuts, figs, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, toasted sesame seeds, dried apricots, dried cranberries…endless possibilities