Tag: Recipes

Delicious Date & Walnut Mince Pies Recipe – make your own!

As we plan our Christmas food ahead of the big day, our wonderful Nutritional Therapist, Claire Kimber, suggests a delicious alternative to traditional mince pies – and they are so yummy! INGREDIENTS: Pastry: • 350g of spelt flour or gf flour • 100g of coconut sugar or brown sugar • 1 pinch of salt •…

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Start the day the right way – another healthy breakfast option

On ‘let’s talk!’ we have previously offered ideas for healthy meals and snacks.  Becky’s overnight oats went down really well, as did Jane’s Tabbouleh salad and when we shared a ‘healthy’ chocolate cake (well it is relatively healthy, as long as you don’t eat the lot in one go…..) we were greeted with disbelief. But we…

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5 Recipes for well-being – Healthy eating on our Pinterest board…

Have you tried Pinterest? It is like a digital scrapbook come corkboard, particularly useful for saving your favourite images or links in any number of categories. It can be incredibly addictive, as you have access to thousands (millions!) of pictures and links saved by other users and there is the inevitable temptation to spend hours browsing…

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Don’t waste it: Healthy Halloween pumpkin soup!

We are coming up to Halloween (the 31st is on Saturday this year, so more parties and trick or treating than usual we think!) and love it or loathe it (and many do hate it, especially those living alone who dread the knock on the door…) the one thing that is certain is that there…

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Overnight Oats – a healthy breakfast for porridge haters!

We have all heard about the benefits of porridge. The oats are high in fibre, which fills you up, and the complex carbohydrates they contain are digested slowly, releasing energy in a way that keeps your blood sugar levels steady (unlike the simple carbs in sugary cereals for example, which give you a quick energy boost that dissipates swiftly, making…

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Diet, health and well-being – it isn’t all about the nanny state….

It is so easy to feel confused by all the health information in the press. Have you become almost blind to all the warnings or recommendations about what we should or shouldn’t eat, and the effect certain foods have on our health? Why, despite all the advice, and the threats, does Britain continue growing ever more…

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