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Beetroot & Dill Hummus

Beetroot & Dill Hummus Ingredients: 1 medium raw beetroot or ready cooked (about 200g) 10g chopped fresh dill 1 garlic clove 1 x 400g tin of chickpeas, drained and rinsed 3 tbsp tahini, stirred 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tsp sea salt juice and zest of 1 lemon Method:  Preheat the oven to 170°C, fan 150°C, […]

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Flourless Banana Pancakes

Your weekend breakfasts have just got a whole lot better with these easy Flourless Banana Pancakes! Just throw all the ingredients into your blender and then simply fry for delicious and healthy pancakes made in minutes. We demolish a batch every Sunday in our house! Ingredients                Serves 4 (makes approximately 10 pancakes) 4 ripe bananas 4 organic […]

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Chicken liver pâté

Liver is one the most nutritious foods on the planet. Gram for gram, liver contains more nutrients than any other food. It contains a high concentration of B vitamins (in particular vitamin B12 and folate), vitamin A and easily absorbable iron. All of these nutrients are important for brain and nervous system functioning, healthy immunity and reproduction. […]

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Chicken and Prawn Pad Thai

One of the yummiest and cheapest meals I have ever eaten was pad thai from a street vendor in Bangkok. It would have been 20 years ago now since that meal but I still remember it vividly. I have never eaten or been able to recreate a pad thai as good as that (and probably never will!) but this recipe is […]

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Why we should do less clean eating and more ‘hygge’ for better health!

Have you heard of the word Hygge yet? Pronounced “HUE-gah” (It’s a tricky one to say, I still cannot pronounce it properly!). It is the Danish name for everything cozy, comforting and pleasurable. Think woolly jumpers, knitted blankets, cashmere socks (xmas present please!), cups of tea, curling up under the duvet reading a new book, […]

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Cottage Pie with Celeriac and Potato mash

This cottage pie recipe is one of my favourite winter “real food” comfort foods! It’s easy to make, nutritious and freezes beautifully. If you are pressed for time, you can simply prepare the filling a day in advance (this adds to the flavour) and then cook the mash and bake on the day. I’ve used celeriac in […]

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Ditch the dietary dogma and listen to your body

Most women I see in my clinic are on some kind of diet whether it’s low-carb, counting calories, eating low-fat food and/or exercising like crazy trying to be “healthy”. Unfortunately, even though their initial change in diet and exercise routine made them feel great, they are now all suffering metabolically as a result. They have […]

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