Laura Bond, supplements and lifestyle medicine to boost your health and protect the planet


Growing up in Australia there was always an abundance of spices and fresh seafood on our dinner table – and these are the flavours I still crave.

Eating well is no longer about denial and deprivation, but rather about eating foods that provide full-spectrum satiety. The following recipes do just that by delighting all the senses and nourishing both body and soul. Along with my own recipes I have also included a few from some of my favourite healthy chefs – including Natasha Corrett who first introduced me to alkaline eating. Enjoy!



Sprouted Brown Rice with Vegan Chorizo Paella

Laura Bond, Serves 2.

This wonderfully rich paella makes a nutritious and delicious evening meal- perfect for hot summer nights.
Made using Sprouted Brown Rice, it is packed with easily digested nutrients, including fibre, B vitamins & amino acids.


Steak with Vegetable Polenta

Laura Bond, Serves 2


If you enjoy meat now and again – as I do – make sure it’s the highest quality. Organic grass-fed meat is rich in vitamins, minerals and fat-burning nutrients like conjugated linolenic acid (CLA). Beneficial omega-3 fatty acids are also fifty percent higher in organic meat according to a recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition.

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Cacao Almond Milk Ice Lollies

Laura Bond, Makes 6

Fill the bottom of the ice-lolly moulds with a thin layer of roughly chopped cashews. Set in the freezer for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, whizz all the remaining ingredients in a blender and pour into the ice-lolly moulds and freeze. I use stain-less steel ice-lolly moulds from The Tickle Trunk.

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Coconut Kefir Banana Bread

Laura Bond, Serves 10

Buttermilk is the secret to good banana bread, according to my sister Emerald (who has trained as a chef in Paris). So I thought I would try making it with coconut kefir a non-dairy alternative. It worked a treat.


Harissa Spaghettini with Kale and Shrimp

From Anjali MalhotraPerfect Morsel
serves 4

‘The whole wheat spaghettini makes this dish hearty, the kalamata olives add a tangy balance to the heat of the harissa, the lemon zest echoes the bitter tartness in the rest of the dish, the pine nuts add a roasted crunch.’

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Tahini Cacao Balls

Laura Bond Makes approx. 8 balls.

These easy to make balls are a great snack for when you’re feeling overwhelmed and on-the-go. Cacao is one of the richest sources of magnesium, known as the stress-busting mineral. Cashews will also help you stay calm as they contain pre-cursors to serotonin. They are also packed with protein and low on sugar.

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Chicken Bone Broth

Laura Bond, Serves 4

Bone broth is rich in minerals – like calcium and magnesium – and amino-acids which are essential for energy and repair. Plus, the gelatin found in bone broth is highly supportive for the digestion.

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Sprouted Buckwheat Courgette Bread

Laura Bond, Serves 8-10

I developed this recipe for Planet Organic using their sprouted-buckwheat flour. Not only is buckwheat flour gluten free but when you ‘activate’ or sprout the grain, enzymes are released which break down anti-nutrients and make the bread more nutritious and digestible.

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No Hangover Noodles

Laura Bond, Serves 1

Bone broth is rich in bioavailable nutrients and is one of the only foods to contain collagen – to rehydrate your skin after a big night. The B6 in buckwheat can offset nausea and eggs contain the precursor to glutathione to help your body detox.

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Beetroot Buckwheat Salad

Laura Bond Serves 1

Bees adore buckwheat. A bonus since I love bees and find this non-grain, non-gluten carb so very satisfying.
It’s a solid source of vegan protein, it improves blood cholesterol and has even been shown to inhibit cancer.

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