Leaves are falling, scarves are coming out of closets, and porridge returns as a recurring hot breakfast topic. Keep it interesting with pumpkin, roasted pear and cinnamon.
Old food that’s good for you – and we’re not talking about that stuff at the back of the fridge.
No longer just for Thanksgiving, turkey can be ground up and made into meatballsperfect for an everyday meal or snack.
A vitamin B-rich buttery seed and but crust is topped with fresh tomatoes and basil for a perfect lunch or dinner main.
They may not grow on a bush, but mulberries sure do pack a whole lotta anti-aging punch.
High in protein, rich in B vitamins and seasoned with flavourful dukkah – you’ll never think of boiled eggs the same.
Fire, scales, strength and long life. This tropical fruit is no fairy tale in the war on aging.
This is one anti-aging jewel to hold onto – it’s fit for a Queen.
tweak & eat Scrambled eggs in Pancetta cups on Lentils du Puy by Niki Boileau for tuja wellness
tweak & eat pear & chevre phyllos by Niki Boileau for tuja wellness