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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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Parsnip and Apple Soup

I must admit I have never been the biggest fan of parsnips and tend to favour other root vegetables when cooking. However, as they are so nutritious and because I get a vegetable box delivered each fortnight with a good stack of parsnips in there, I am always trying to find ways to enjoy it. Thankfully a friend shared a delicious, creamy […]

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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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Rhubarb and Strawberry Compote

Our digestive system plays a huge role in maintaining hormone health. If we are low in good gut bacteria and/or constipated (due to stress, antibiotic use, oral contraceptive pill, poor diet etc), oestrogens can get reabsorbed from our bowels back into the bloodstream increasing oestrogen in the body. If oestrogen levels are too high relative to other […]

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Asparagus soldiers with soft-boiled egg hollandaise in 5 minutes!

British asparagus is in season right now and has a powerhouse of nutrients (B-complex vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, chromium) plus diuretic properties especially helpful with women suffering premenstrual syndrome (PMS) – fluid retention, menstrual cramps, mood swings, sugar cravings and bloating. This springtime vegetable goes perfectly with an egg (high in protein) and a little butter (saturated fat) for […]

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Coconut Macadamia Nut Granola

So many of my clients love granola and think they’re being healthy by eating it. But store bought granola is not a breakfast cereal I ever recommend (I actually don’t recommend any breakfast cereals!) because it is laden with refined sugars and all cooked in vegetable oils which are high in unfavourable polyunsaturated fatty acids. A […]

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