One of the things that I really care about is food waste and the effect that food waste has on the environment. That is one of the reasons why I keep a worm farm at home. It is somewhere for me to use up some of the juice pulp waste plus the worms produce castings (worm poo) that is literally liquid gold organic fertiliser. One way to use worm juice is to water the worms in the farm and then just collect the water that drains out. This worm juice is normally pretty concentrated so needs to be watered down before pouring on your garden plants or you can make a special aerated brew that is super abundant in microbes that really feed and condition your soil.
For episode 13of “Let’s Talk About..” I have a chat about celery juice, worm juice and meditations. According to the Medical Medium it is most beneficial to drink about 500ml of celery juice per day first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Worm juice – No you don’t drink it. It is an amazing organic fertiliser that helps improve soil microbiota and helps improve your plants immune system to fend off disease. And I share my favourite meditation techniques that help to calm down my noisy mind and get me back to sleep.
For episode 12 of “Let’s Talk About..” I have interviewed Naomi Berg. Naomi is Founder of Purple Skirt a qualified PT and wellness coach, a mum and a facilitator of wellness retreats and workshops. Naomi brings a wealth of knowledge and personal experience into getting breakthroughs for her clients from a holistic approach of emotional and physical wellness rather than the traditional PT training methods more common today.
For episode 11 of “Let’s Talk About..” I have interviewed Bianca Maree Harrington. Bianca is an accredited practicing dietician, Founder of Bee Free Living & Co-Founder of Balanced Bellas. Bianca shares her journey from one of eating disorders to severe illness to wellness. Bianca Maree is an accredited practicing dietitian who has been working within the health industry for 6 years as of November! Bianca initially started out wanting to become a dietitian after suffering from an eating disorder in her late teens, very early 20’s and wanted to inspire others – women especially – to heal their relationship with food.
I recently made these while camping for lunch. They were super simple to throw together pretty much anything ‘salad looking’ that was in the fridge. They were so yum and satisfying, no heavy feeling that I would normally feel after eating a similar lunch made on bread.
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