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Getting your folate fix the RIGHT way

The UK Government has decided that flour in the UK is to be fortified with folic acid after ministers were convinced by their health advisers that it would reduce the risk of babies developing spina bifida and other conditions that involve severe disability or death. Well, sadly this is NOT...

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Give Your Gut Critters a Summer Diet!

Our cheeky little Gut Critters (aka our gut microbiome) NEED a Summer diet!  They’re calling for us to calm the heat in our belly and transition from Spring foods to a Summer diet.  These smart cookies want cooler, moister foods which balance immunity, digestion, energy and weight and we need to listen...

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How I’m Beating Arthritis with Food-as-Medicine (2): What I would have said to my younger self!

Sadly, my younger self wasn’t able to piece together the complex medical and research jigsaw on arthritis and psoriasis that convinced me that food-as-medicine was the ONLY way of truly healing myself from a progressive autoimmune disease – psoriatic arthritis. IN THE FIRST POST in this series I shared how good it felt to know I...

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What’s Wrong With Your Summer ‘Diet’.

Wanting to trim up to look good in your swimwear?  Yes of course!  Wanting to lose fat and build muscle?  Oh yes!  Gearing up for the last minute ‘Summer’ diet?  NO. NO. NO! Many, many people make this common mistake and instead of effortlessly achieving the slim and healthy body they...

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Chorizo, Red Pepper & Sweet Potato Frittata

This delicious one-pan, stove-top frittata is a meal in a pan, with a great balance of proteins, carbs and fats. It will sort you out for: Breakfast – served solo Lunch – great for the lunch box, add a serving of slaw Supper – your choice of tomato or green leaf salads,...

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Bare-Naked Broccoli and Feta Quiche (Crust-less)

Bare-naked and gorgeous, I love crust-less quiches; they take minutes to prepare and are nutrient-dense. And they don’t come simpler than this one: eggs, cheese and veggies, bound together with Greek yoghurt. A relaxed brunch or lunch dish, it’s equally good served hot or cold. For supper, scatter sliced tomatoes and finely sliced red onions over crisp...

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