H Mee Ipswich, Anglia February 2012
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Soups are staples in my diet, I love to throw everything in a pan and just leave it to cook, simple and easy, then blend at the end. One pot meals make life easy, and this makes enough to have … Continue reading →
I realised quite quickly into my practise as a nutritional therapist that mostly people knew what they should be eating. I was confused as you can imagine, why come to me if you know you should be eating healthy foods. … Continue reading →
Green tea isn’t just full of antioxidants it’s also supportive of the liver and detoxification, and is shown in research to be antimicrobial. Team that with your Wild Orange essential oil and you pack a very good punch to bacteria. … Continue reading →
A rather simple coconut soup. 1 onion chopped 3 spring onions chopped 1 organic stock cube 400ml of water 1/2 courgette 1 sweet potato cut into small cubes 2 sticks of celery 1 tin of butterbeans 1 garlic clove 1 … Continue reading →
What more could you want than a smoothie that helps to reduce some of the symptoms of menopause, and that’s the great thing about food, it can be used quite specifically to aid health issues that you might have. So … Continue reading →