It may as well have been the night before Christmas last night.  I haven't slept a wink because today we reveal my new Christmas themed ebook Fertilise Your Christmas!!  Super exciting!  

Take a peek inside.  She's a beauty.

Wanna know what's inside exactly?

Your full Christmas day menu from breakfast right through to dinner plus treats and drinks.

Food themed Christmas gift ideas

Tips to help you survive this Christmas and thrive!


My manager slapped me when I told her this ebook was just $4.99, mostly because she said it's worth much more.  But, it's Christmas and I love giving.  You can get your copy now, buy it for your KK present or gift it to a loved one.  My intention is to make yours and your friends and families Christmas stress free AND delicious!

Oh and to help kick this baby off don't forget to be in the running to win one of 10 copies, simply share this on Facebook today to be in with a rockin' chance!  Be sure to write 'shared' in the comment section below once you've done so.

Happy Christmas!


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It's all done via ejunkie – set yourself up an affiliate account and you'll be on your way to not only sharing the love but getting a little back for your efforts too!


Here's a reminder of how to get through it all:

+ sign up to my affiliate program with ejunkie.  Simply click here

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+ then click the 'affiliate admin' link.

+ select 'get affiliate code'

+ select the ebook you want (you're most welcome to become an affiliate for both) and then select the 'get affiliate link' button.

+ this takes you to a page which displays the code.  You can then copy and paste the code wherever you're wanting to promote the ebook!  The URL part of the code can also be used to link to a banner image – or it can be tweeted, or shared across any form of social media, or emailed….

OH my Santa pants, I'm so excited about this beauty!  This Friday we release my new mini e-book, Fertilise Your Christmas!

Fertilise Your Christmas has your Christmas totes covered.  Not only does it give you tips to survive the silly season as well as tremendous gift ideas BUT your WHOLE Christmas day menu (yup from Breaky right through to Dinner), Fertilise Yourself Style!

Fertilise Your Christmas will be on sale this Friday via the site for $4.99 and seriously – I'm pretty chuffed.  I LOVE the menu I've created because you won't just use these recipes for Christmas but adapt to use all year round.


In anticipation of her release, I'm announcing 5 days of giveaways!  We kick of today – here's the list of goodies you can be very easily in the running to score.


Day 1 (Monday) – 1 of 5 copies of Eat Fat, Be Thin (outside Australia residents can enter and win the ebook version)

Day 2 (Tuesday) - 2 tickets to my Debunking Ovulation event tomorrow night (valued at $65 each) OR an initial skype consult (winner can choose) 

Day 3 (Wednesday) – 1 of 15 (YES!!) copies of Fertilise Yourself (anybody can enter)

Day 4 (Thursday) - 1 of 5 tubes of Soma Bites! (open to Australia only)

Day 5 (Friday) – 1 of 10 copies of Fertilise Your Christmas to be won! (anybody can enter)


To be in the running for todays giveaway simply share this post on Facebook and type in the comment section below 'shared!'  TOTALLY EASY!  Check back in tomorrow for your instructions to be in the running for tomorrow's top notch prize.

I just can't wait to reveal all Friday!  Keep your eyes peeled and your ears open – I've just taken the stress out of your Christmas! (how very fertile of me)  Best I get back to giving back Santa his pants!

Fertilise Yourself – 30% off!


Because every single person needs to know this stuff – I've decided from now until Jan 1, 2013 – the book will be available at 30% less off it's normal price. A saving of over $5 per copy!

When I wrote Fertilise Yourself, I did so because I'm asked the same questions over and over.  So I put all my best advice in the one spot, and put it all into an e-book, being sure to make it super pretty, easy to read (I'd like to think a little funny at times) and simple charts and graphs that are a no-brainer to follow.  Oh, and there are 25 recipes too!  See – everybody wins!

Now 6 months on since it's release, I've discovered a few things.  Yes, people trying for a baby MUST read it.  But moreover, everybody benefits from the principles outlined in this book because being fertile is all about being healthy – not necessarily making babies.  What I've now realised is that this is the sort of guide that every woman  needs to read.  Weather she's 12 or 92.  In fact, my heart hurts every time I hear a sister has had a laparoscopy or that she's been prescribed the pill to 'treat' endometriosis.  Because, this isn't 'treatment' – it isn't a long life solution.  And so, I need you to help me spread this message – which is why, I hope that by offering 30% off, I can help more women (and men) be educated, make better choices and see a healthier future.  

And of course – it's a great Christmas gift delivered straight into your friend's inbox. No parking, and crowded malls to navigate!

You can get hold of your copy of Fertilise Yourself here.

image by CJ photography


I have a serious love affair with pomegranates.  It's a little winner on the nutrition stakes! (all this horse talk is sending me a little crazy!)  And since we're all about the spring racing carnival here in Melbourne right now, you may have found yourself indulging over the week – so here's a salad to get you back on track and tick all the boxes on taste too!

This recipe is from my ebook 'Fertilise Yourself' where I share a stack of healthy, fertility-focussed foods. You can find more information here.

But now, to the recipe!

Broad bean and Pomegranate Salad

Try to use the fresh variety of broad beans. Otherwise, frozen options are available from supermarkets.

  • 1 pack broad beans
  • 1 pomegranate (seeds removed ready to be used)
  • 1 tin Persian feta
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 garlic clove, crushed
  • 1 bunch of mint
  • salt and pepper to taste

Combine the broad beans, pomegranate, 3/4 of the feta, and 1/2 the mint in a salad bowl. In a container, combine the lemon, garlic, oil, salt and pepper, and shake until the ingredients are combined and creamy. Pour the dressing over the salad, and toss to coat. Garnish with remaining feta and mint, and serve immediately!

Don't forget!  All the recipes from the e-book are available FREE on my mini site.  Remember – it's like an app and best viewed on your iPhone or iPad for easy access whilst you are whipping up the delicious treats in your kitchen!

Happy Friday!

I've pulled a delicious healthy recipe from my archives for you, to get you ready and primed for our upcoming cleanse!

But first, about the cleanse… I'm excited – the team at Seathrustudio (who also did my Fertilise Yourself ebook, as an aside!) have redesigned the PDF we were using, so it all looks fresh and new – much like you'll look after completing the cleanse!


This cleanse is designed to show you just how good it feels to get clean and healthy – especially in spring.  Spring is the perfect time as the cycle of life goes about cleaning and cleansing purposely in this season.  My gentle body cleanse is based on alkaline principles, aiming to wash away the toxins that build up within.  The PDF not only has all the rules, it explains more about why we do this, it outlines exactly what you need to do, lists the foods we will be eating as well as recipes.  It's the perfect cleanse outline.


The cleanse is set to start October 22nd for 5 days.

Not registered yet?  That's ok – hit me with an email and I'll forward on all the details.


Anybody can do it – you don't need anything special.  Just a little will power and an open mind to the possibilities that come with cleansing!  It really is good for you – body heart and soul… AND fertility!  There a little more info here.

And now, a good food Friday recipe for you. Happy Friday!


shiitake and barley soup

  • 8 dried shiitake mushrooms

  • 1tbs oil/coconut oil

  • 4 spring onions chopped

  • 2 garlic cloves crushed

  • 1 celery stick, diced

  • 1 carrot, diced

  • 250g fresh shiitake mushrooms chopped

  • 2lt of veggie stock

  • 200gm of pearl barley

Place dried mushrooms in a bowl with hot water. Soak for 30 minutes. Once soaked, squeeze out the liquid from the mushrooms and slice thinly.

Heat oil in a pan over a medium heat. Add spring onions, garlic, celery, carrot and fresh mushrooms. Cook for a few minutes, stirring, until softened. Add stock and barley and 125ml of water and bring to the boil. Reduce heat and summer for about 40 minutes, until the barley is tender.

Plate up and enjoy!

How hilarious is this picture!  Pinky and I giggling like were 5!

Wa-ay back when (a couple of months ago but it feels like a lifetime ago!), after I released Fertilise Yourself, I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the wonderful Pinky McKay.  I was tickled pink (haha boom!) for the opportunity to share with her just why the principles I reveal in the book surrounding fertile eating are applicable to all – those wanting to conceive, pregnant mothers, breastfeeding mothers and well… everybody actually!  We talked about nutrition for new mums and why that's just so vital for both their physical and emotional health – plus how you can make awesome breast milk too.

I'm a huge fan of Pinky's.  Take a listen – you might not have children yet nor be thinking about having them, but there is certainly something in this for everybody!

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Good Food Friday: yoghurt with stewed fruits

Your breakfast sets the tone for your day, and eating well is one of the best things you can do. For ALL of yourself!

When you start with poor sugary cereals, your sugar levels peak and then plummet shortly after, as does your energy. You then start craving sugar. Soon after, the same thing happens again, and goes on all day. Meaning that your sugar levels are up and down like a clown on a pogo stick. It's for this reason that we benefit most from starting our day well.

Why not try my super easy yoghurt and stewed fruit recipe from my Fertilise Yourself ebook, which you can get hold of it here.

(an excerpt from my Fertilise Yourself ebook)


Yoghurt and stewed fruit

Fruit is super easy to stew.
Simply remove the peel or rind, roughly chop, add 1/4 cup of water, and stew until soft. You can stew almost anything, and use a combination of fruits to spice things up. I love stewed apples. Rhubarb is delicious too, especially when pear is added, as the sweet and sour flavours combine well. You can also warm up prunes for a delectable treat.
Ad some granola and yoghurt, and you have a treat worth sharing!





Hello lunch!


I've just finished up 3 weeks work full-time.  Hear that noise?  It's me slumping into a chair because I'd be telling fibs if I said I wasn't tired.  I'm really tired, but I had a few helpers to get me through – and at the top of my list of little elves were the team from Eat Fit Food and their 5 day cleanse!  You might have seen a few pics of mine pop up on instagram.  I've been loving and singing Eat Fit Food's praises all week because quite honestly – they took a lot of my stress load for the week.

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Good Food Friday – my chocolate mousse!

I wanted to share my chocolate mousse recipe this week – have had a hankering for it, so I'm looking to spread the love!! It's super easy, and a great little treat for the weekend!

For those of you who have my 'Fertilise Yourself' ebook, you'll recognise the recipe. If not, here it is! 
PS – if you don't have the ebook, there are plenty more delicious recipes like this inside – you can get hold of the ebook here

Chocolate mousse

vegan : gluten free : serves 4

·      200g silken tofu

·      250g vegan chocolate, melted

·      2 tsp pure maple syrup

·      2 tsp peanut butter

·      grated chocolate

Blend all ingredients until just smooth, be careful not to overmix. Pour into jelly moulds, small dishes or glasses and garnish with grated chocolate.

Refrigerate for a few hours until set.

my *new* affiliate program!

As you'd all know, I've just recently released my first (!) ebook, Fertilise yourself. I've now set up an affiliate program for my ebooks, and would love to help you make some extra money sharing them with your readers…

If' you're interested, read on.

You'll be making 30% off every sale! 

So for my Fertilise Yourself ebook, that's $5.70!

Here's how to get through it all:

  • Sign up to my affiliate program with ejunkie. Simply click here
  • Once you're signed up and logged in look for the 'affiliates' tab and go to it. 
  • Then click the 'affiliate admin' link. 
  • Select 'get affiliate code'
  • Select the ebook you want, and then select the 'get affiliate link' button. 
  • This takes you to a page which displays the code. You can then copy and paste the code wherever you're wanting to promote the ebook! The URL part of the code can also be used to link to a banner image – or it can be tweeted, or shared across any form of social media, or emailed…

If you'd like a banner for the ebook, feel free to use this one: