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  • Are you nutritionally overdrawn?

    March 9, 2020 by

    These days it’s so easy to eat, isn’t it? We can be exposed to literally hundreds of food options on a daily basis. Just walking into a supermarket or a fast food outlet and you’ll instantly see dozens of options. But is the food you’re eating making regular deposits into your nutritional bank account? What… Read more

  • Veganuary has made me a little uneasy

    January 28, 2020 by

    I’ve been reflecting on the whole Veganuary thing over the last couple of weeks and whilst I LOVE the fact that so many people are taking the plunge and giving plant based eating a whirl I can’t help feeling a little uneasy about it. With so many plant based products flooding into the shops at… Read more

  • Sleep well – 10 tips for a better night’s sleep

    January 21, 2020 by

    Sleep. We all do it but some of us are better at it than others. Sometimes sleep comes easily and other times you lie there tossing and turning all night long, feeling more and more frustrated and agitated as you count down the minutes until the alarm goes off. Sleep isn’t just something you do… Read more

  • Sprinkle, sprinkle and sprinkle some more

    January 19, 2020 by

    Sprinkling seeds onto your food can really ramp up the nutrient levels in your meal. Seeds are tiny powerhouses of nutrition. It makes sense when you think about it, they have everything they need, with the exception of water and light, to burst into life and grow. Different seeds have different specific nutritional values some… Read more

  • Oyster Mushroom Satay

    January 19, 2020 by

    This oyster mushroom satay serves 2 hungry people and is so easy to make from just a few ingredients. I don’t often use pre-prepared products in my cooking but this recipe does utilise a few of my panty staples to create a super-tasty dish with minimal effort. When buying tamari, creamed coconut and peanut butter… Read more

  • Knitting is a superpower

    November 27, 2019 by

    I was taught to knit by my grandma as a child but very quickly got distracted by music and boys and whatever else teenage girls were distracted by in the ’80s and knitting was history! It just wasn’t cool! It wasn’t until I was in my 30s that I took up knitting again. I used… Read more

  • Plan to be healthy

    November 7, 2019 by

    Planning is something we do naturally in certain areas of our life, work, booking holidays, finances but how well do you plan for your health? Your health should be one of your top priorities. Afterall, without vibrant health how will you care for your family and do all the things you want to do in… Read more

  • Life without nightshades doesn’t have to be all green

    October 30, 2019 by

    I was recently chatting with a group of ladies at a networking meeting and a question came up that I thought might be useful to share as I’m sure there are loads of you with the same dilemma. The question went something like this… How do I add colour to a salad if someone in my family… Read more

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