Is breakfast a dangerous meal?

Before Kellogs introduced cereal in the 60’s, we mostly had cooked breakfast such as kippers, bacon or eggs maybe with porridge. All cereals are made with highly baked carbohydrate which is converted to glucose, so your breakfast cereal is basically a bowl of...

Autumn Foods

Ideas for Autumn – Liver with onions and mushrooms, broccoli and cajun spiced sweet potatoes – Lamb chops with garlic and roasted carrots plus kale and green beans – Venison sausages with sweet potato and celeriac mash with chard – Pheasant /...

Tumeric – The Golden Spice

Tumeric is being written about everywhere and is the latest ‘superfood’. Research and studies are now validating its health benefits particularly on the immune system, joint pain and other areas of inflammation. Here’s some ways to use it: Turmeric hot chocolate  1...

Healthier Easter – Raw Chocolate Truffles

1 tbsp cup almond or smooth peanut butter 4 medjool dates, pitted and chopped 1 tbsp cup raw cacao powder pinch of Sea Salt (not needed if using peanut butter) Splash of milk or milk alternative Instructions Into a food processor add dates, nut butter and cocoa...

Sugar Free February – interested?

We’ve had dry January and if you want to keep up the good work, there is Sugar Free February. It’s easy to see added sugars in sweets, cakes and biscuits, but hidden sugar is added to bread, processed food, sauces and low fat foods. Don’t be tempted to for ‘sugar...

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