About Supercharged Food

Supercharged Food is for everyone.  If you are looking at altering your current diet and lifestyle because it’s not working for you or have been feeling unwell, want to recover from illness,  running low on energy or fatigued it’s the perfect place to feel at home and discover new recipes, tips and information on how to supercharge your life. Take a visit to the website and you will learn more about how to naturally enhance your wellbeing.  www.superchargedfood.com All the recipes on the website are gluten, wheat, dairy, yeast and sugar-free so suitable for a wide range of people.

If you have ever seen the movie Julie and Julia- that has been me for the past couple of years! In between working and raising a family I have been cooking up a storm in my kitchen and testing the recipes out on a constant stream of friends, visitors and relatives.

The whole experience has bought so many people together and my kitchen has not only become a central hub of activity, mayhem, experimentation and tantilising aromas but also a place of comfort, reflection, accomplishment – a metaphor for everyday life.

I realised during this time that many of us are living a time poor and work orientated existence so I set about making the recipes not only classic and elegant but also also simple, quick and easy to prepare to enable everyone to cook nutritious meals from scratch without having to be a Cordon Bleu chef.

I have always had trouble navigating my way through complex gourmet recipes from  magazines and cookery books and most of them contained  ingredients I have never heard of before… Some of the recipes left me thinking I had bitten off more than I could chew and that there must be an easier way to prepare and cook nutritious food simply, without breaking the bank or giving me brain fog!.
I found that by incorporating the recipes into my diet, after a couple of weeks my taste buds changed and processed food just tasted like cardboard.

There is nothing like the bliss feeling you get from a good meal and I have found that natural foods are the best way to nourish and energise your body and feed your soul.
In my experience the first step to Supercharging your life is to look take responsibility for your own wellness. This is the key ingredient to a long life of health and happiness.

16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. chicfinds
    Jan 14, 2012 @ 16:07:06

    Really happy to have found your web site and blog! I found you via Sarah Wilson who is also doing some great things. Would love to include you in a post on my blog http://www.chicfinds.wordpress.com You have some fantastic material and it was just what I was looking for; easy, very healthy and so helpful. Thanks

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  2. DQ
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 17:01:15

    Hello,
    I have just learned about your site, blog and book from Wellbeing magazine. I am really pleased to have ‘found’ you and your work, and have just ordered your book.
    Thank you for all the incredible work you have put into such brilliant resources.
    I figured out (with the help of my GP) that I was gluten intolerant over 4 years ago. I was very sad to develop (if this is even what happened – still trying to figure it out!) a lactose intolerance just over 2 years ago. I love your recipes in the Wellbeing magazine and am really looking forward to your book arriving!
    Thanks!

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    • Lee Supercharged
      Feb 23, 2012 @ 20:10:17

      I am so glad that you discovered the blog and recipes, just because you are gluten and dairy free doesn’t mean that your diet needs to be compromised, there are so many delicious and healthy recipes that you can eat and heal your body in the process :) Enjoy.

      Lee xo

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  3. genevieve
    Mar 20, 2012 @ 10:36:05

    Hi Lee,
    I have just discovered your blog and the superchargedfood website thanks to my sister, who has a lot of health problems and has been following the principles of your gluten/dairy/sugar free lifestyle with much success. I am completely inspired by your gorgeous recipes and practical ideas on living the healthiest life I possibly can. I hope you don’t mind but I included a link to your website on a blog post I wrote last night – that’s how much you’ve inspired me! Thanks so much for all of the wonderful information that you share – you are definitely keeping me motivated!
    Genevieve

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  4. Allie Duval
    Mar 21, 2012 @ 10:00:28

    great to stumble across this link.. would you happen to have any or know how i get some info on how to follow a gluten free diet that will help me loose weight? i’ve recently found out i have the celiac gene and find it extremely difficult to find weight loss intiatives that give gluten free options?

    Reply

    • Lee Supercharged
      Mar 21, 2012 @ 17:25:39

      Hi Allie,

      I think if you stick to a diet which is rich in vegetables and protein and good fats than your weight will be the weight that your body should be. The best way to lose weight in the long term is to stay away from processed foods as they cause toxins in the body which can lead to weight gain etc, drink lots of water and green juices to detox as well. Hope this helps. Lee

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  5. Lindsay
    Apr 01, 2012 @ 13:05:01

    Hi Lee
    I came across your blog via Sarah Wilson’s website as well and I am very pleased to have found you. I don’t believe I have any intolerance to certain food but I can tell you I do feel I’ve been in a pattern of not making the healthiest of food choices. I decided to make some changes this past week by cutting out sugar completely, cutting out wheat eating more “whole” foods and even cutting my dairy intake drastically (I will cut it out completely …but all in good time). After the first few days of not feeling so great I woke up this morning feeling pretty fabulous and that was even after a rough night with the kids. I don’t feel bloated or irritable.

    I do have a couple of questions….
    1. do you have suggestions for helping children adapt to eating healthier choices? I have a 5 and 2 year old and lets just say my two year old is at that “picky” stage. Help please!
    2. do you have suggestions for helping husbands?

    I have ordered your books and eagerly waiting for it to arrive. thank you!

    Reply

    • Lee Supercharged
      Apr 05, 2012 @ 19:53:36

      Hi Lindsay, there are heaps of recipes in the book that kids and husbands would like, I would start out with the Shepherd’s pie with cauliflower mash and make the blue berry muffins from this blog too, let me know how you go. Lee

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  6. Viveca from FatigueBeGone
    Apr 26, 2012 @ 02:35:05

    So happy to find you today! I am completing a guide that helps women recover from fatigue and on the hunt for energy food recipes – meals and snacks. A friend at my health food store told me to look into Spirulina Ball Recipes … Can’t wait to try yours and will be back often. Not easy to find delicious recipes that also support the elimination of candida and the healing of leaky gut. I’m working on both of these issues for my husband and myself!

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  7. margaret rafter
    Feb 01, 2014 @ 18:35:21

    Photos look great. not willing to purchase book without viewing recipe

    Reply

  8. Elizabeth
    May 15, 2014 @ 21:40:01

    Hi i was just wondering, is it absolutely important to go gluten free also. We are already dairy free and will try the stevia and unprocessed foods. Being of italian backgroud we already use olive oil , garlic etc. fibromyalgia and migraine in family

    Reply

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