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  • 11 Nov 2015

    The wonders of kale!

    It’s great when you rustle up a delicious meal from cheap and easy ingredients. Kale is one of those ingredients that costs very little but can really enrich a soup, salad, stir fry or stew. Plus this green leafy vegetable from the Brassica family, is packed with vitamins and minerals that will boost your family’s health. It’s also a vegetable that is readily available during the darker months of winter – perfect for fending off cold weather infections. Psychiatrist and author of Fifty Shades of Kale, Drew Ramsey, has this to say about the wonder vegetable: “Nothing is sexier than a sharp mind atop a lean, healthy body. Few foods are able to deliver this promise like kale. She is the ideal plant in many ways: beautiful, versatile, nourishing, and downright delicious.” […] more

  • 11 Nov 2015

    Carrot and courgette cake

    I recently stumbled across my old, once adored, Hummingbird bakery recipe book. I feel a little sad every time I see it since I made the decision to go paleo. Flicking through the recipes I was reminded that I’d managed to replicate their amazing brownies with surprising success. Mostly I try to innovate when it comes to paleo alternatives, however, so I thought I’d take their carrot and courgette muffins and make a delicious real food alterative. Again, the results have been very pleasing so you can expect to see a few more of these over the coming months. Even my veggie hating children loved this, making it a sneaky success. […] more

  • 11 Nov 2015

    Gluten and dairy free pumpkin pie

    Got some leftover pumpkin from Halloween? Seeing them all discounted at the supermarket? Why not whip up a simple yet super delicious pumpkin pie? Made with healthy and unprocessed ingredients and rich in fats, vitamins and minerals – it’s not just a tasty dessert, it’s a health boost at the time of year your body needs it the very most. […] more

  • 10 Nov 2015


    Founded by Nutritionist Suzie Walker The Primal Pantry is the UK’s 1st Paleo Bar. While trying to find healthy snacks for her daughter, Suzie embarked upon a mission to create the perfect Paleo bar. Armed with nothing more than her kitchen blender, some dried fruit, coconut and nut. Her wonderful taste testers were so impressed the Primal Pantry was born! With 5 Paleo energy bars in the range, each made with no more than 6 ingredients and 0% junk. […] more

  • 29 Oct 2015

    Pitta or Kapha?

    Anjum Anand explains how Ayurveda can help you to achieve optimum health. Ayurveda means science or knowledge of life and is thought to be over 5000 years old. It is said that Ayurveda influenced early health care around the world and many Eastern medical systems are thought to have their roots in Ayurveda. This science has two aspects – the preventative and curative. The preventative side guides us on how to avoid illness with the right diet and lifestyle, meditation and yoga. It states that everything we need to be healthy is all around us and empowers us to be our own healers. […] more

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