That slightly ignored distant relative of the potato is finally coming into its own. Sweet potato benefits are aplenty and that's what makes it a winter favourite.
Almond milk - its just as good in cereal, doesn't absolutely need to be stored in the fridge, and works decently well in coffee and tea.
Never judge a book by its cover - if you stick with that theory, you'll quickly learn that spirulina is truly a superfood with benefits beyond most others.
Here's a breakfast option that is popular with health conscious, busy city-dwellers around the world. Yes, we are taking about oats!
Sriracha, pronounced see-rach-ah, is a type of chilli sauce said to originate in Thailand, named after the coastal city of Si Racha.
Ditch the refined table sugar and bring home these three healthy sweeteners guaranteed to satisfy your sweet cravings.
Noni or Indian Mulberry, is actually a species of the coffee family and like coffee, it is a stimulator, but not in the way you would imagine.
How many times have you found yourself with a nasty looking black and blue bruise and very little patience for it to heal? Or you've badly pulled a muscle in a quest to keep fit and are itching to get back on your feet quickly? ...
Having discovered and subsequently tested positive for a series of severe chemical and other allergies, which included certain foods, beauty products and even chemicals in laundry detergent - Ambika found herself researching and returning to the natural remedies of her grandmother's day.
She discovered there were many successful and inexpensive alternatives to a number of the cosmetics and medicines that can be bought off store shelves; which include not only regular every day kitchen ingredients, but also simple lifestyle tips such as remembering to breathe and how to keep one's attitude focused and positive.
Ambika is a certified yoga teacher and regular meditation practitioner, and is always on the hunt for that perfect 'one cure for as many ailments as possible'!