Paleo Chicken Nuggets

These chicken nuggets are so quick and easy to make as well as being highly nutritious and tasty. They’re great for kids tea as well as for adults.

March 21st, 2018|Recipes|0 Comments

Pecan Banana Bread

This bread is delicious for breakfast, snack or pudding. It is high in protein and low in sugar. It goes down really well as an after school snack! Ingredients 300g pecan nuts 1tsp baking soda 1tsp cinnamon 4 eggs 2 ripe medium bananas 2tbsp light olive oil 1tbsp honey Directions 1. Set the oven to [...]

March 13th, 2018|Recipes|0 Comments

Gluten Free Almond Bread

Thank you Christine Bailey for this recipe! There are certain foods, textures and rituals I miss on a gluten free diet such as dunking bread into my soup. It is packed with protein with all those nuts and seeds, so perfectly balances a vegetable soup. It is so easy to make, really delicious and so [...]

January 29th, 2018|Recipes|0 Comments

Bone Broth

It’s so easy to make bone broth! Chicken, meat and fish stocks provide building blocks for the rapidly growing cells of the gut lining and have a soothing effect on any areas of inflammation in the gut. It tastes delicious and is so good for you! You can use bone broth as a drink or [...]

January 10th, 2018|Recipes|0 Comments

Sri Lankan White Fish Curry

Thank you to my lovely Sri Lankan friend Indra for this delicious authentic Sri Lankan recipe. This is a very quick curry, which is ideally eaten as soon as it is cooked so as not to overcook the fish.  If you are using frozen fish, it will need longer.  Alternatively, which is what I did, [...]

November 22nd, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Sri Lankan ‘Kaddlay’

Thank you to my lovely Sri Lankan friend Indra for sharing this recipe.  I love the colours in this dish, which can be eaten on its own for breakfast or a light meal.  It is also the perfect accompaniment for Sri Lankan fish curry.  Chickpeas help control blood sugar levels, which means they keep you [...]

November 22nd, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Chicory, Walnut & Roquefort Salad

This salad is really quick and easy to put together.  You don’t need to present it like this – in fact I usually just toss all the ingredients together in a bowl.  You can omit the Roquefort if you’re avoiding dairy, which I do sometimes.  Chicory leaves are a good source of fibre, potassium and [...]

November 22nd, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

Cauliflower with Onion and Tomato Curry

Cauliflower is a cruciferous (brassica) vegetable.  Cruciferous vegetables are an excellent source of antioxidants due to their high levels of phytochemicals.   Consuming a diet rich in whole foods and antioxidant-filled vegetables like cauliflower has been shown to help balance hormones by reducing unhealthy levels of oestrogen.   And this is a great way of preparing cauliflower.  [...]

November 22nd, 2017|Recipes|0 Comments

The vital role of our gut bacteria and gut health in protecting us against inflammation and autoimmune disorders

More than 80 autoimmune conditions have been identified so far; the incidence of autoimmune disease is increasing and women are at greater risk of developing an autoimmune disorder...

October 19th, 2017|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments

Why not try seed cycling to help balance your hormones naturally!

Seed cycling provides natural support for hormone balancing. It can help with almost any symptom related to hormones including pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), acne & other skin complaints, normalising the menstrual cycle, peri-menopause, post-menopausal [...]

May 18th, 2017|Wellbeing Guidelines|0 Comments