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  • 27 Feb 2014

    Dairy free vegan/paleo salted caramel and chocolate pudding

    I do so love a good pudding recipe. Even more so when it’s actually full of health benefits and doesn’t cause me to spontaneously gain half a stone overnight. This one is a personal favourite. Absolutely loaded with heart healthy fats and immune boosting anti-oxidants, I am forever amazed that I can eat this without a shred of guilt. Definitely one for dinner parties, too! And children, of course. […] more

  • 27 Feb 2014

    Born in the sign of Ash?

    Celebrate this majestic and endangered tree and find out the personality type of people born under its sign. Ash trees are native to Britain and members of the Olive family. Tragically, this majestic tree has been much in the press recently because of the fungal disease which is threatening to wipe it out and devastate the many creatures that call it home. […] more

  • 27 Feb 2014

    Heal Endometriosis

    Endometriosis is an often painful and devastating condition affecting the reproductive organs and pelvic cavity of approximately 70 million women worldwide. Here we offer natural approaches to dealing with this condition. […] more

  • 25 Feb 2014

    Acupuncture Awareness Week

    Always wanted to try acupuncture but never been sure if you’ll like it? You’re not alone; lots of people who fear needles think that acupuncture seems like a good thing but they’re rather nervous to try it themselves. My partner is one of those people and several years ago, he bit the bullet and decided to give acupuncture a try – he was pleasantly surprised! The needles were far less intimidating than he’d anticipated and he found the experience not only painless but incredibly relaxing. Within a few treatments, he was a convert and when he moved offices, rather than give up on his weekly lunchtime treatment, he sought out a new acupuncturist nearby. […] more

  • 24 Feb 2014

    Getting help if your child self-harms

    Almost all of our lives will be touched by self-harm – or self-injury as it is sometimes known. Either we’ll have a friend or family member who struggles with self-harm, or we will have experienced it ourselves. Or perhaps we simply remember someone at school whose scars broke our heart. Self-harm has often been rather derisively painted by the media as teenage angst and it is still a very taboo subject in our society. That’s why events such as Self Injury Awareness Day (SIAD), taking place on 1st March, are so important. […] more

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