Broad Bean and Pumpkin Salad

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Broad bean salad

Broad beans are a great source of dietary fibre which is beneficial in the prevention of colon cancer, reducing high
cholesterol levels and maintaining a healthy weight.  A rich source of folate and other B vitamins.

How To Make Bone Broth

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Making bone broth

At least once a fortnight I make a batch of bone broth.  It has many benefits, rich in calcium, magnesium and
phosphorous.   A good source of glucosamine that will benefit arthritic pains and discomfort and jam packed with
collagen and gelatin for supple skin, strong nails and shiny hair!

Crunchy Brussel Sprouts

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Tasty Brussel Sprouts

If you swore you would never eat brussels sprouts again since you were a kid, let this super tasty recipe sway you back. A perfect inclusion to the Sunday roast.

Eating brussels sprouts regularly have been associated with helping in the prevention of certain cancers. They are
beneficial in helping lower high cholesterol levels, packed with antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and rich in fibre.
100gms of brussels sprouts (approx. 10) has more Vitamin C than an orange!

Immune Boosting Tips

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Immune boosting tips

It’s that time of year, when I am seeing people who have been continually sick over the last 2-3 months.  Don’t you just love it how the germs continue to be shared between every member of the family?! As soon as one person is better,
the next one gets struck down and it can feel like your family is stuck on a continuous sickness cycle.

Maintaining a Healthy Eating Plan

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Healthy eating

**** GUEST POST ***** By Justine Knott, Psychologist

One of the reasons we often fall off track with a healthy eating plan is that we do not tune into our body signals and we eat unconsciously, often being triggered to eat by emotional needs and unconscious habits. Notice if you head for the fridge or pantry unconsciously. Whenever I open the cupboard door and reach for something I ask myself, ‘Do I really need this?’, ‘Am I really hungry?’, ‘Is this beneficial for my body?’ and ‘How am I going to feel after I eat this?’

Pumpkin and Lentil Soup

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Pumpkin and lentil soup

Pumpkin soup makes a great meal but sometimes you need load of bread to fill you up! In this recipe we add red lentils to bulk it up a bit. They also give it a lovely creamy consistency.

Red lentils are packed with fibre that helps lower cholesterol and also keeps you ‘regular’. The combination of the fibre and protein in lentils, means that you are going to be fuller for longer. They help keep you blood sugar balanced, so no afternoon energy crash! Plus they are rich in B vitamins and iron. This tiny nutritional giant is going to fill you up – not out!


Do you keep getting sick? These could be the 3 reasons why!

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Keep getting sick?

It’s quite normal to get sick at least once or twice a year.  As long as its short and sweet, it’s a good sign that your immune system is up to to the job but if you keep getting sick your immune system just doesn’t have the fighting power to knock those viruses for six.

5 Quick and Easy Snacks

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I did a survey recently with my clients asking them about their snacking habits, what they snacked on….the good and the bad.  The most popular snacks were; chocolate, fruit, rice crackers and yoghurt.    Chocolate aside these are great snack options BUT only if you are eating the right kinds.  Let me explain…..

Nutty Chocolate Balls

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chocolate nut balls

These Nutty Chocolate Balls are packed with nutrition. Using the following whole foods we can make a nutritious snack to satisfy even the sweetest tooth! The great thing is that they only take 5-10 minutes to prepare and you wouldn’t even think they were healthy!

Do You Have An Underactive Thyroid?

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underactive thyroid

Q. I am so tired, all the time! I sleep ok but wake up so exhausted. I feel like I trudge through each day, this can’t be normal?

A. It is possible you could have an underactive thyroid.

Q. But my doctor ran a thyroid test and said everything was fine.

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She listened to me, put me on a path that helped me immensely. I just needed someone to hold my hand for a bit.  The weight came off, the energy came creeping back and the head was clearer.

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--- Rita

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