Mens Health week: Focus on fertility
When trying for a baby, it is equally as important for men to ensure a healthy diet and lifestyle to…
READ POST 10-07-2020
5 tips for supporting a healthy immune system
It’s that time of year again when the temperatures are dropping, the nights are drawing in and unfortunately, it’s the…
READ POST 15-02-2020
Pesto Pasta alternative
it’s also suitable for vegetarians, vegans and those following a dairy and gluten free diet! A portion counts towards 1…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Go Veggie…It’s National Vegetarian
Why not join in and eat vegetarian for a week? You could start slowly and try just one meat-free day?…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Roasted Aubergine & Green Bean Curry
Coconut oil is advised for cooking as it is more stable when cooking at higher temperatures. Coconut oil can be…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Banana and Peanut Butter cookies
Try these: Banana and Peanut Butter cookies (they are gluten and dairy free, simple to make and tasty too!) 1…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Cauliflower Fritters
Try this easy and delicious lunch recipe. Ideal for one of your meat-free days and for raising your daily veg…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Chickpea & Avocado Salad
A delicious salad that can be eaten on its own or served with some chicken or salmon for a more…
READ POST 14-02-2020
‘Speedy’ Bean Salad
Try this very quick bean salad, ideal for lunchboxes! ‘Speedy’ Bean Salad Serves 3-4 1 400g tin of chickpeas, drained…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Bring on the BBQ…
Everyone loves a good BBQ, however, you should take a few precautions to minimise the amounts of carcinogens (chemicals associated…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Breakfast Smoothie: filling, nutritious and speedy too!
Ingredients: 200ml Milk (cows milk or almond, coconut, oat or hazelnut milks) handful baby spinach or kale or rocket large…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Male Fertility
In support of Men’s Health Awareness Month – Movember Male Fertility and Nutrition When trying for a baby, it is…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Mental Health Awareness Week – can diet help?
More research is finding that a nutritious diet isn’t just good for physical health; it’s essential for mental health, too.…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Down Syndrome Awareness Day 21st March
As many of you know, my amazing (and very outspoken and wilful) son Jack, has Down Syndrome (DS) so I’ve…
READ POST 14-02-2020
Vegpower campaign – Eat more veg
With terrifying obesity levels on the rise in children, please get behind the campaign ‘Vegpower’. The aim is to simply…
READ POST 14-02-2020
5 Tips for getting your healthy eating back on track
With the best of intentions, it’s incredibly difficult to keep on track during the summer holidays especially if you’ve children…
READ POST 14-02-2020
What are your migraine triggers?
Keep a migraine diary – migraine triggers are very individual and can be related to diet, hormones, sleep, stress, fasting…
READ POST 11-02-2020
Could my gut bacteria help with weight loss?
We know that diet and exercise play a huge part in losing weight, but have you ever considered that the…
READ POST 11-02-2020
Think you might have a food intolerance?
First of all, let’s distinguish the difference between a food intolerance and a food allergy. A genuine food allergy is…
READ POST 04-02-2020
Fasting with food! The first of its kind, Fasting Mimicking Diet™ (FMD) by ProLon®
Fasting with food! Was this something that would be manageable and realistic? Would this enable my busy clients to do…
READ POST 04-02-2020
Diabetes Week 2018: Focus on Type II Diabetes
It has been widely established that achieving a healthy weight is essential to either reducing the risk of getting Type…
READ POST 04-02-2020