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Perfect Salads

Perfect Salads

As the temperature starts to climb, so does our willingness to eat salad. A good salad can be an amazing addition to your healthy diet if you do it right.  A couple of things can go wrong when you...

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6 Ways to restore your body confidence

6 Ways to restore your body confidence

How often do you look in the mirror and criticise the image reflecting back at you? Or look at a recent photo and inwardly cringe at your arms / legs / bum / tummy? Chances are...this happens quite...

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The Importance of Resilience

The Importance of Resilience

Resilience according to the Oxford English Dictionary is “the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties” or the ability to bounce back after a challenging situation. Heart math defines...

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Eat the Rainbow

Eat the Rainbow

When choosing a healthy way of eating it is easy to start with natural colour. Phytonutrients or phytochemicals are natural compounds found in plants. They provide many functions for the plants such...

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Courgette and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Courgette and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Courgette and Quinoa Stuffed PeppersServes 4Ingredients 4 red peppers 2 courgettes, quartered lengthways and thinly sliced 1 red onion, finely chopped 250g quinoa 85g feta cheese, finely crumbled...

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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

It may be an uncomfortable truth that you are responsible for everything that you do (or don’t do) in the area of your health and happiness.

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Roasted Vegetable Casserole

Roasted Vegetable Casserole

Energising Roasted Vegetable CasseroleIngredients 2 tbsp Coconut oil 1 Garlic bulb, halved horizontally through the middle 1 Large red onion, sliced 1 Aubergine, halved and sliced on the diagonal 2...

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Should you supplement?

Should you supplement?

Supplements first started to become popular last century, and they were a way of adding things to the diet to prevent popular diseases caused by nutritional deficiencies – like scurvy (lack of vitamin C) and rickets (lack of vitamin D). Now, taking a supplement doesn’t just mean popping a pill but equally, you can get your vitamins, minerals, herbs, essential oils and enzymes as a drink (think vitamin water), powder to make into a shake or even a spray.

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Mindful Eating

Mindful Eating

Mindful Eating is one of the most underrated lifestyle habits. Learning to practise it can be life-changing. Mindful eating is focussing your attention on the experience of eating your food and not doing anything else.

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What’s the deal with post-COVID syndrome?

What’s the deal with post-COVID syndrome?

Over the last two years, nothing has ruled our lives and occupied our minds as much as the SARS-CoV2 pandemic. If we have not been personally affected yet, we all know someone who has. There is light at the end of the tunnel. One by one, countries are lifting their COVID restrictions to varying degrees and travel across borders has become much easier.

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Detoxifying Watercress Soup

Detoxifying Watercress Soup

Detoxifying Watercress Soup Serves 4Ingredients 1 tbsp Olive Oil 2 Onions, chopped 4 Garlic Cloves, crushed 2 Leeks, finely sliced 150g Watercress 750 ml Vegetable Stock 250ml coconut milk Sea Salt...

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Good Health Begins as a Thought

Good Health Begins as a Thought

Achieving long-term health and energy is a balancing act. Quite simply, what you put into your mind may have as much of an impact as the food and supplements you feed your body.

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Rhubarb Crumble

Rhubarb Crumble

Rhubarb Crumble Those of you who know me well, will know I have a soft spot for crumble. Both apple and rhubarb. Although rhubarb is really in season from the Spring, it is now available early due...

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Are you perimenopausal?

Are you perimenopausal?

The perimenopause can be one of the trickiest times for women to get their head around. One minute you’re 30, full of energy to do all the things you want in your life.

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Pistachio Burger

Pistachio Burger

Pistachio Burgers serves 2 - 3Ingredients 250g pistachio nuts, unshelled1 tin of cannellini beans or chickpeas, rinsed and drained1 carrot, grated1 bunch coriander (approx. 30g), - roughly chopped...

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Spiced Vegetable Tagine

Spiced Vegetable Tagine

Spiced Vegetable TagineIngredients ½ sweet potato, about 100g peeled and cut into roughly 2cm chunks 1 courgette, halved lengthways, sliced into 2cm half-moons ½ red pepper, cut into roughly 2.5cm...

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Kale Crisps

Kale Crisps

If you’ve seen kale crips in health food shops and fancy trying your own, this recipe is for you!

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Seasonal Food- January

Seasonal Food- January

In Season this month – January
Apples, Beetroot, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celeriac, Celery, Clementine, Date, Jerusalem Artichokes, Kale, Leeks, Onions, Oranges, Pak Choi, Parsnips, Pomegranate, Swede, Sweet Potato, Turnip

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How to regain your sense of calm

How to regain your sense of calm

Palpitations, a dry mouth, sweating, insomnia are just some of the unmistakable signs of anxiety. Everyone has experienced these symptoms at some point in their life. Who hasn't felt stage fright...

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Beating the Burnout

Beating the Burnout

Could stress be wreaking havoc with your body? Find out here.Your body is designed to handle a great deal and humans are primed to be resilient and to bounce back after adversity, but there is only...

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Sweet Potato & Lentil Curry

Sweet Potato & Lentil Curry

As the temperature dips, there’s nothing that feels more like a warming hug than a curry. One of my favourites is this gorgeous vegan curry.

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The menopause and you

The menopause and you

Midlife is full of surprises – and not all of them are good.  If you are reading this, I’m guessing that you are touched in some way by symptoms of the menopause – or more accurately, the transition...

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Sweet Potato Miso Stew

Sweet Potato Miso Stew

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- October

Seasonal Food- October

In Season this month:
Apples, artichoke, beetroot, blackberries, butternut squash, celeriac figs, jerusalem artichoke, leeks, parsnips. Pears, Pumpkin, radishes, rocket, runner beans, truffles, turnips , watercress, wild mushrooms

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Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry

Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry

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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Do you need to Detox?

Do you need to Detox?

Q. What is a Toxin? A. A poisonous substance that can cause harm to the body   Have you ever thought about the number of toxins you encounter on a daily basis? In the 21st century, more than at...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Suzannah Jackson is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, Naturopath and Health Coach

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

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