Tag Archives: nutritional therapy

Butter (Lima) Beans with Turmeric & Tomato sauce with Watercress

Ingredients: 1 Carton or Tin of Organic Butter (Lima) beans 2 x tbsp of organic tomato puree 2 heaped tsp of turmeric spice Splash of olive oil A little water Pinch of pink salt and ground black pepper Handful of … Continue reading

Nutritional Guidance for Mothers Post & In-between Pregnancy

I wrote this guide for a talk I did with a group of mums, that were just past their first or second pregnancy or thinking of having another baby. The organiser was Jenny Scott from www.mothers-meeting.com –  check out her … Continue reading

Horse meat? Are we really surprised?

I am glad this has come to light (Not glad that it’s happened) as it makes my job a lot easier in persuading people to take more care about what they eat. Cooking properly at home is 100 times better … Continue reading

Healthier Quick Christmas Recipes – Cakes, Mince pies, Sausage Rolls – with Vegetarian Option

Isn’t it great to indulge in wonder Christmas treats! Unfortunately most of them are what I would class as super unhealthy, but there is a way to indulge without feeling quite so guilty – plus some of these treats deliver … Continue reading

Jerusalem Artichoke with Green leaves – a different kind of carbohydrate

This dish is a super healthy dish for digestion. They do contain some starch like potatoes so supply some calories (approx 100 calories in a one cup serving) Jerusalem artichokes are also high in polysaccharide sugars (Inulin). This means that … Continue reading

How to consume carbohydrates to keep you healthy and to aid weight-loss

The other day I overheard someone explaining to a lady who wished to get fit and lose weight that she should eat a diet that is 60% carbohydrates. If these carbohydrates include all root vegetables, fresh fruits and things like … Continue reading

Type II Diabetes – could the way you eat give you diabetes? And what does high blood sugar really mean to your health?

Type II Diabetes was in the news again yesterday. The Public Accounts Committee are claiming that ‘Diabetes Care is depressingly poor’ and recommend that the NHS should be doing a lot more preventative and educational work with potential sufferers AND … Continue reading

Broccoli and Red Onion soup with a creamy Goat’s Cheese centre

This is lovely light and super easy to make soup. You only need 3 ingredients, water and a little seasoning. You can make it as a starter (Serves 4) or as a heartier soup (serves 2) or why not just … Continue reading

Wild Salmon with Black Rice and Sesame – A Beautiful Skin Recipe

What can you make for lunch when you have two guests that are expecting something delicious but at the same time ridiculously healthy? Is there indeed such a thing? If you know what to buy and how to cook it, … Continue reading

Warm up Deliciously this Winter

It may surprise you to know that you can warm yourself up without heating, extra clothes or a big cosy fire. There are some magical foods that really can affect your circulation and warmth both internally and externally – AND … Continue reading