Recipes and Blog

Pea and Broccoli Soup

Pea and Broccoli Soup

I really believe in the power of fresh and seasonal vegetables and fruits as a foundation for a healthy body and I love to cook with what’s in season.

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Seasonal Food- September

Seasonal Food- September

In Season this month – September
Apples, artichoke, aubergines, beetroot, blackberries, blueberries, broccoli, butternut squash, carrots, cauliflower, celery, courgettes, damsons, elderberries, garlic, kale, leek, onions, plums, peas, peppers, potatoes, radish, raspberries, sweetcorn, tomatoes, wild mushrooms

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Back to School

Back to School

Whether your child is starting school for the first time or moving up to a new class this can be both an exciting and nerve racking time but returning during a pandemic brings on its own stressors too. How do you fuel your kids? Starting the day...

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Seasonal Food- August

Seasonal Food- August

In Season this month – August
Aubergine, beetroot, cherries, broccoli, courgettes, garlic, mangetout, mushrooms, spring onions, raspberries, tomatoes

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Bone Health

Bone Health

How to have happy, healthy bones Nourishing your body is something you do every day, but do you ever think about nourishing your bones? It is easy to think that once your bones are formed, they are there for good - until they start to break down,...

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Hydration

Hydration

Do you drink too much or not enough? Two common myths about hydration you can now stop believing   How much water should you drink in a day? I could ask anyone in the street, and most people would know that the recommended intake of water is...

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Mitochondrial Dysfunction

Mitochondrial Dysfunction

What are mitochondria and why are they so important? Mitochondria are the structures in every cell that make energy by using oxygen and nutrients from food. The brain, heart, nerves, muscles and organs all have the highest concentration of...

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Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

I really believe in the power of fresh and seasonal vegetables and fruits as a foundation for a healthy body and I love to cook with what’s in season.

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Seasonal Food- July

Seasonal Food- July

In Season this month – July
Artichoke, aubergine, beetroot, blackberries, broccoli, courgettes, fennel, French beans, garlic, jersey royal new potatoes, mangetout, mushrooms, peppers, radishes, rocket, rhubarb, runner beans, samphire, spinach, spring onions, strawberries, tomatoes, watercress, wild nettles.

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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

Testosterone is a steroid hormone and is made from cholesterol in the testes for men and ovaries for women. Small amounts are made in the adrenal glands. The pituitary gland in the brain releases a hormone called luteinizing hormone which acts as a...

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Wellbeing

Wellbeing

  I was just thinking about World Wellbeing Week which starts on June 21st and is obviously an important week for me as a Nutritional Therapist. I am passionate about nutrition, health and wellbeing and am constantly talking about this to my...

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Digestive Health

Digestive Health

Do you ever feel bloated after eating? Or perhaps suffer with reflux, diarrhoea and/or constipation. There are many reasons why this could be and you can read more about IBS here, but let’s take a look at a few things that could help with your...

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Seasonal Food- June

Seasonal Food- June

In Season this month – March
Blood Oranges, Carrots, Chicory, Fennel, Kale, Leeks, Passion fruit, Pineapple, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Rhubarb, Spinach, Spring Onions

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How’s your blood pressure?

How’s your blood pressure?

Is your blood pressure under 120/80mmHg? If you don’t know your numbers, here’s why it really matters. According to Blood Pressure UK, every day in the UK, 350 people have a stroke or heart attack that could have been prevented.  1 in 2 strokes and...

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Are your energy levels letting you down?

Are your energy levels letting you down?

When was the last time you felt 100% well?The stresses and pressures of modern life have left many of us feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and with little time or energy to take care of ourselves. Now our bodies are beginning to pay the price. Perhaps...

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Seasonal Vegetable Stir Fry

Seasonal Vegetable Stir Fry

In Season this month – March
Blood Oranges, Carrots, Chicory, Fennel, Kale, Leeks, Passion fruit, Pineapple, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Rhubarb, Spinach, Spring Onions

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What is Naturopathy?

What is Naturopathy?

Naturopathy is a health care system which promotes the body’s own self-healing mechanism, using natural therapies such as Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Hydrotherapy, Fasting, Exercise and other modalities, in accordance with Naturopathic...

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Adaptogens

Adaptogens

What can Adaptogens help with? Busy modern day life demands a lot from us physically, mentally and emotionally and adaptogens are something that can help ease the burden and combat the side effects of stress. As the name suggests, adaptogens can...

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Don’t let Hayfever spoil your spring

Don’t let Hayfever spoil your spring

A properly functioning digestive system is critical to good health. In fact, problems with the gastrointestinal (GI) tract can cause more than just stomach aches, gas and bloating or diarrhoea.

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Watercress Soup

Watercress Soup

Spinach Soup Ingredients: 1tbsp Coconut oil, 1 Bunch spring onions , chopped, 1 Leek (approx 120g), sliced, 2 Small sticks celery (about 85g), sliced, 200g Cannellini beans (tin, rinsed), Salt and pepper

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Seasonal Food- April

Seasonal Food- April

In Season this month – March
Blood Oranges, Carrots, Chicory, Fennel, Kale, Leeks, Passion fruit, Pineapple, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Rhubarb, Spinach, Spring Onions

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a long term illness with a range of symptoms, the most common being extreme tiredness. CFS is also known as ME, which stands for myalgic encephalomyelitis. In addition to extreme tiredness, people with CFS/ME may...

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What is Functional Medicine?

What is Functional Medicine?

You will have heard me talking about Functional Medicine, but do you really understand  what it is? Functional Medicine addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms. Functional Medicine practitioners spend time with their...

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Is Iron Deficiency connected to your low energy?

Is Iron Deficiency connected to your low energy?

Iron is a really important mineral necessary for good health. Haemoglobin in iron carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body to your cells and without enough iron, you can’t produce enough oxygen, and this can leave you with symptoms such as...

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What is Sulforaphane and why is it so good for me?

What is Sulforaphane and why is it so good for me?

Sulforaphane has attracted a lot of attention from scientists and medical public in recent years due to its potential health benefits, but understanding how it is activated takes a little understanding.So how does sulforaphane work? Sulforaphane is...

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Seasonal Food- March

Seasonal Food- March

In Season this month – March
Blood Oranges, Carrots, Chicory, Fennel, Kale, Leeks, Passion fruit, Pineapple, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Rhubarb, Spinach, Spring Onions

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Spinach Soup

Spinach Soup

Spinach Soup Ingredients: 1tbsp Coconut oil, 1 Bunch spring onions , chopped, 1 Leek (approx 120g), sliced, 2 Small sticks celery (about 85g), sliced, 200g Cannellini beans (tin, rinsed), Salt and pepper

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Non-Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity

Non-Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity

For many people eating gluten can be really bad news. Possibly suffering for years without realising they have a non-coeliac gluten sensitivity. Experiencing digestive issues, fatigue, IBS, headaches, joint pain, brain fog may be some of the...

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Jerusalem Artichoke Soup

Jerusalem Artichoke Soup

Jerusalem Artichoke Soup Jerusalem Artichokes are rich in iron to give you energy as well as potassium and vitamin B1. They support muscles and nerves and are rich in the soluble fibre Inulin which is a prebiotic and balances blood sugar levels....

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IBS

IBS

You will have heard the phrase ‘You are what you eat’ but in fact it is more about ‘you are what you absorb’. Bloating, gassy, cramps, one minute you can’t go to the loo and the next minute you can’t get off it? Does any of this sound familiar to...

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Seasonal Food – February

Seasonal Food – February

In Season this month – February
Blood Oranges, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Celeriac, Chicory, Jerusalem Artichoke, Kale, Kiwi Fruit, Leeks, Passion Fruit, Pineapple, Pomegranate, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Rhubarb, Turnips

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Beetroot Hummus

Beetroot Hummus

Beetroot Hummus Beetroot is in season right now and is a packed with essential nutrients including folic acid, fibre, manganese and potassium. This twist on the traditional hummus is tasty and adds a splash of colour to your plate. Ingredients...

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How to beat the winter blues

How to beat the winter blues

Even though winter has a lot going for it – woolly hats, hot chocolate, curling up with a book, thick socks, a log fire – something important is missing: light. At this time of year, you go to work before sunrise and come home after sunset, with...

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Seasonal Food – January

Seasonal Food – January

In Season this month – January
Apples, Beetroot, Blood Oranges, Clementines, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Celeriac, Celery, Chicory, Jerusalem Artichokes, Kale, Kiwi Fruit, Leeks, oranges Parsnips, Passion fruit, Potatoes, Swede, Truffles

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Beany Veg Soup

Beany Veg Soup

To promote good health, it is important to eat fruits and vegetables of a variety of colour on a daily basis.
This recipe is bursting with colour and goodness.Ingredients Serves 3 1 onion, chopped 2 celery sticks

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Seasonal Food – December

Seasonal Food – December

In Season this month – December
Apples, Beetroot, Brussels Sprouts, Carrots, Celeriac, Celery, Chestnuts, Chicory, Cranberries, Jerusalem Artichokes, Kale, Leeks, Onions, Parsnips, Pears, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Red Cabbage, Satsumas, Swede, Turnips

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How to be the CEO of your health

How to be the CEO of your health

Now is the time to start believing that you have as much control over your own health and happiness as a CEO has over the success of their company. You are responsible for everything that you do (or don’t do) in the area of your health and...

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Chicken and Vegetable Tray Bake

Chicken and Vegetable Tray Bake

To promote good health, it is important to eat fruits and vegetables of a variety of colour on a daily basis. This recipe is bursting with colour and goodness.Ingredients Serves 4 4 chicken breasts 1 butternut

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Good Fats Bad Fats

Good Fats Bad Fats

Macronutrients are chemical compounds that provide humans with energy and essential nutrients and are required on a daily basis. Proteins, fats and carbohydrates are the main types of macronutrients that provide the body with the energy it needs....

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Seasonal Food – November

Seasonal Food – November

In Season this month – November
Apples, artichoke, beetroot, butternut squash, cauliflower, celeriac, clementines, cranberries, leeks, parsnips, passion fruit, pears, pomegranate, pumpkin, truffles, turnips, watercress, wild mushrooms

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Eat to turn back the clock

Eat to turn back the clock

Diet and lifestyle changes play a big role in how well you age and how long you live. Even if you have a genetic predisposition for serious illness, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer or Alzheimer’s, it will not manifest if the gene is not...

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Apple and blackberry crumble

Apple and blackberry crumble

Apple and blackberry crumble Apples and blackberries just belong together in a comforting but healthy autumn crumble. Guaranteed to please everyone! Ingredients Serves 5 Coconut oil, for greasing 100g rolled oats 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp ground...

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Seasonal Food – October

Seasonal Food – October

In Season this month – October
Apples, artichoke, beetroot, blackberries, broccoli, butternut squash, celery, Jerusalem artichoke, figs, kale, leeks, parsnips, pears, pumpkin, runner beans, swede, sweetcorn, watercress, wild mushrooms

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Roasted vegetables with hummus

Roasted vegetables with hummus

Roasted vegetables are so easy to make and the bright colours make this dish look as amazing as it tastes. Ingredients 2 peppers 1 onion 1 large aubergine ½ butternut squash 2 courgettes 12 cherry tomatoes

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Seasonal Food – September

Seasonal Food – September

In Season this month – September
Apples, Aubergine, Beetroot, Blackberries, Broccoli, Butternut Squash, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Courgettes, Chicory, Chillies, Cucumber, Damsons, Elderberries, Figs, Garlic, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce

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The mighty mitochondria

The mighty mitochondria

What actually are they and why are they so important? - Mitochondria are known as the ‘powerhouses’ of the cell. They are structures in every cell that make energy (ATP) by using oxygen and nutrients from food. This process is called cellular...

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Red cabbage slaw

Red cabbage slaw

Red cabbage slaw Rich and vibrant; a treat for the eyes and totally delicious in salads. Red cabbage is in season right now and this is one of my favourite recipes. Serves 4 Ingredients 300g cabbage 1 large carrot, coarsely grated 1 bunch spring...

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Qualifications: Nutritional Therapy and Naturopath Dip CNM, Mitochondrial Rescue Practitioner, AFMCP-UK Graduate 2018

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