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How to create better health on World Cancer Day?

How to create better health on World Cancer Day? It’s a critical question we all need to be asking ourselves. World Cancer Day is an annual international event to raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with cancer. This year, the theme is ‘I am and I will’ which aims to...

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Real Foods: Why We Need Them Back on the Table!

The Real Food Solution began life as Once Upon a Cook, Food Wisdom, Better Living and was originally published last year under that title. Now retitled as The Real Food Solution, this book has been revised and fully updated to reflect the ever-changing debate on food, farming and emerging science,...

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How real food CAN save the planet

How real food can save the planet should be a major talking point… so why isn’t it? I won’t beat about the bush. The media’s manipulation of public thought and opinion used to be cunning and covert; now (even in the UK) it’s upfront and unashamedly blatant with a whole...

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4-ways to stay healthy as Nature intended this winter

Will you stay healthy as Nature intended this winter and beat the bugs? When it comes down to it prevention is definitely better than cure… but I’m talking prevention as nature intended not flu jabs and the like. Staying healthy as Nature intended, comes from a food-and-lifestyle-as-medicine approach: eating real (mostly)...

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Sourdough September – reclaim your daily bread (2/2)

As we saw in Part One, our modern bread is making us sick. The Real Bread Campaign’s Sourdough September is an initiative to share the delicious delights of genuine sourdough and to encourage more people to bake their own. Genuine sourdough made with three simple ingredients: flour, water and salt,...

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Sourdough September – reclaim your daily bread (1/2)

It’s Sourdough September and anyone who has ever experienced the wonder of an authentic, slowly fermented organic sourdough loaf will agree that this is bread as it should be: easily digestible, sustaining, flavoursome and utterly delicious. And it’s healthful. We make organic, long-fermented sourdough regularly at home and I always...