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By Dr Megan Chircop
Pavlova's are a family favourite for many Australia households, especially in the summer and during the Christmas season. Although it is topped with healthy and nutritious seasonal fruit it is usually high in processed added sugars and saturated fat (lots of cream). Our version contains <1 teaspoon of sugar, <1 gram of fat and <80 calories per serve.
You can safely enjoy this delicious dessert guilt-free during the holiday season knowing you sticky to your healthy diet plan.
60 grams egg whites (from 2 eggs)
21 grams Stevia for baking (Natvia)
2 ml vinegar (½ tsp)
10 grams cornflour
1 cup raspberries, frozen, partially defrosted
450 grams Chobani no fat greek yoghurt
1 Tbsp rice malt syrup
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We have lots of healthy recipes like these on our www.bodysculptorsaustralia.com meal plans - so you don't have to deny yourself of the tasty food you love.
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Welcome. I am Dr Megan Chircop. I am a medical scientist and nutritionist with 20 years in medical research. As such, I have extensive knowledge and a thorough understanding of how the body works. I am able to simplify the science behind the way food fuels the body and mind to provide energy and nutrition needed to achieve optimal health and vitality. I am also a keen sportswoman, and have extensive knowledge of sports nutrition.
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