What is The Body Dietetics?
The Body Dietetics was founded by Nutritionist and Wholefood Dietitian Larina Robinson. An evidenced based, wholefood nutrition blog that specialises in transforming your health, appearance and wellbeing through wholefoods.
The Body Dietetics was born out of a desire to empower individuals with the knowledge and tools to change their diet and lifestyle habits to live their best life. Unsatisfied with the way many individuals were left in the dark when told to change their diet, I made it my mission to provide nutrition support beyond the one hour consult, via my nutrition blog for hot topics, new products, wholefood recipes and evidenced-based advice; as well as food industry consultation, and writing for various magazines and websites.
Whether you wish to rid your diet of processed foods and sugar, or have been recently diagnosed with a dietary intolerance or allergy, The Body Dietetics is the place for you.
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Latest from the blog
Last year I got an ice cream maker for Christmas and ever since, I've been playing around with non-dairy milks to see which ones work best...
Have you fallen trap to the typical gluten-free diet of Australians?
Wonderful, simple and satisfying, chicken pulao never failsto impress at a casual lunch with friends or a family dinner. Unlike a biryani where the meat and rice are cooked separately, in a pulao dish the rice and meat or vegetables are cooked together in one pot.
This fermented purée makes a great summer drink with a big splash of sparkling wine or soda water or both. It’s also great to dress up a fruit salad or to finish a sauce for game meats.
Enjoy a refreshing glass of horchata with a twist. The recipe calls for tiger nuts combined with ginger and turmeric plus a dust of cinnamon for a healthy, high-protein drink. Perfect for a quick breakfast or snack.
These quick, wheat-free pancakes are perfect for any time of the day and can be enjoyed hot or cold. Stuff them with Mumbai Aloo and a drizzle of Garlic and red Chilli chutney to make a filling meal.