Diet refers to what we consume

What we eat and drink or not, may be determined as a matter of choice and preference or through medical or health needs or as a result of religious observance.

Artificial Colour, Flavour, Preservative free

Natural colour and flavour without additives

Children’s Nutrition

Keeping the young ones interested in food


Hypertension lowering, low Sodium.

Detox Friendly

Cleansing the body whilst still eating healthily

Egg free

Light as a feather without an egg in sight


Accessing proteins and essential amino acids through seeds, fruit and nuts.

Gluten free

The alchemy of food avoiding gluten along the way.

Histamine free

Keeping allergic reactions at bay.

Lactose free

No cows milk proteins in these recipes.

Low Carb

Limiting carbohydrates—such as grains, fruit, and starchy vegetables—to promote weight loss

Low Cholesterol

HDL and LDL cholesterol kept in balance.

Low Fat

Oils are fats that are liquid at room temperature.

Low Glycaemic Index High Energy

Eat for endurance.


Combines certain tenets of Zen Buddhism with a vegetarian diet and supports a balance of yin and yang’s oppositional forces


Focuses on small portions of nutritionally-sound food


Seafood and fish dishes all year round.

Raw Food

Emphasis on whole foodsn

Vegetarian & Vegan

Plant based, fleshless


Key points


Key points

Diet Specific Recipes

Recipes can often be adapted by substitution of alternate ingredients.  However, some recipes are specifically designed for specific dietary needs or choice.  Suggestions can be found by accessing the following page: