Have you tried Kangaroo as an alternative source of meat – Here’s some reasons why it is worth giving a go….
Kangaroo meat is a good healthy way of increasing protein and adding diversity to your diet. Especially if you are currently working on the AIP (Autoimmune) diet with your Lucy Rose practitioner or even just trying to increase your intake of good protein.
Here’s some reasons why:
Kimberly our Adelaide Naturopath has a Thermomix and recommends substituting kangaroo steak for beef in the Sri Lankan Red curry (recipe from the Basic Cookbook.) “The flavor of this meal is amazing, with many of the fresh herbs having their own therapeutic value and benefits for digestion. I find the slower cooking methods fantastic for any red meats, and Kangaroo is much nicer to eat than other game foods like goat curry! I serve with coconut yogurt, gluten free poppadoms and cauliflower rice”
SIDE NOTE – Why we need to eat good quality protein daily
Anna Gooch Andrew
Anna holds an Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy and an Advanced Diploma of Western Herbal Medicine.Anna has a lifelong love of herbs, nutrition, healthy living and yoga. After a year spent volunteering in regional Bangladesh running nutritional programs with local groups of women and children, Anna returned to Australia with a number of health concerns. In dealing with these, she came to realise the benefits that natural medicine could bring and this inspired her to study Naturopathy and Western Herbal Medicine. These practices have transformed her own life as well as the lives of many of her closest friends.
Anna believes that natural medicine is a powerful tool that can help all people achieve good health and her knowledge, caring attitude and empathy allow her to help her clients in the same way that she has helped herself and her friends. She also works as a yoga teacher for the Fernwood gym in Yarraville. She also holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science degree and a Bachelor of Social Science degree.
Anna is a registered member of the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA).