Nutrient Density Nuggets

Welcome to my Nutrient density nuggets!
One of my Personal goals for 2020 is to increase my nutrient density game. When I checked with you; my tribe – well, you wanted to come along for the ride. So, each week – usually on a Wednesday (Sydney time), you’ll catch me sharing a wee nugget of nutrient density information.

You’ll find them here, in my nutrient density nugget repository

(that’s sounds a bit rude! You get what I mean!)

Oh – they are in ‘most recent first’ order – just click on the image to go to the video!


Nutrient Density Nugget_Garlic

Garlic definitely punches above its weight! It’s part of the onion family and it’s REALLY good for you. Today I also introduce black garlic, too.

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Nutrient Density Nugget

All about that superstar of the omega-3 world, the teeny-tiny anchovy.  Are you a lover or a hater? Check out the post for ALL the reasons why you should be adding them (and some ways to hide them, too)

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NDN Broccoli

Did you know that one cup of broccoli has as much vitamin C as an orange. You need the antioxidants provided in these ‘wee trees’ to protect your cells from damage and promote healing throughout your entire body.

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Nutrient Density Nugget Peaches

Peaches are a great source of Vitamin C and Voitamin A. They contain other goodies (like potassium), too. And they taste #bloodyfabulous.


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Nutrient Density Nugget_Olives

Olives are a good source of a few micronutrients including vitamin E, iron, copper and calcium. And, they taste great!


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Nutrient Density Nugget - Turmeric

Turmeric has seriously potent anti-inflammatory effects. It’s a great one to add to your nutrient density health toolbox.

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NDN Seaweed

Seaweed happens to be one of the most nutrient-dense plant foods on the planet.

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Nutrient Density Nugger

if tolerated eggs are nutrient powerhouses…- These babies are stage 1 (yolks) & stage 2 (whites) AIP Reintro foods.

If you’re curious, my good mate, Eileen over at has a great post on How to Separate Eggs.


NDN Leafy Greens

Leafy greens are the rockstars of the vegetable world. They are SO good for you and can be eaten in so many different ways.

One of my favourite ways is in my lucky dip green sauce equation.


NDN Fermented Vegatables

All about why you should be eating more fermented vegetables, why they are so good for you, and how I make mine.

(Spoiler alert: it’s ridiculously easy – here’s my basic HAUSKRAUT Formula!)


NDN Blueberries

The magic of bluberries. Why you should buy organic, what makes them so good for you, and some of the specific health benefits of the yummy wee balls of goodness.

These VERY BERRY Jellies are a great-but-healthy sweet treat.