Transitioning to Whole Foods

We don’t change our diets overnight and navigating the world of real food can not only be excessively overwhelming but also conjure up emotions such as guilt, fear, deprivation and resentment. Hopefully these posts, give you insight as to how to start eating cleaner and feeling happier, without the expense, hype or ‘trends’ that otherwise seem to accompany the #cleaneating banner.

Transitioning to Whole-Foods Series


Transitioning to whole foods – an introduction

Transitioning to whole foods – January 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – February 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – March 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – April 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – May 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – June 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – July 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – August 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – September 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – October 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – November 2012

Transitioning to whole foods – December 2012

Where to from here?

My top 5 mistakes when transitioning to whole foods (and how you can avoid them)

Tips and Tricks


Sneaky Swaps

Easy Does It …

Sneaky Swaps Part 2: A Sweeter Life

Happy Palettes, Happy Tummies

Eating Well on A Budget

Serve Me A Suggestion

Kid-friendly Whole Food Ideas

5 Easy Ways to Boost Magnesium Intake

3 Easy Ways to Reduce Wastage in the Kitchen

5 Simple Tips for Better Digestion

Clarification and Myth Busting


Fats 101: because who else out there is cofuzzled???

In defence of a humble macronutrient 

Where do We Stand With Protein?

The Smarts About Plants

The “Fluff” Around “Buff”

Health Isn’t A “Trend” … It’s A Lifestyle!

Evolving the Diet

A Day On My Plate Series


A Day On My Plate

A Day On my Plate: My Latest Obsessions

A Day On My Plate: Easy Faves

A Day On My (GAPS) Plate (this post is really old now, I haven’t eaten this way in quite a while – for more GAPS info, please refer to my GAPS page)