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Adzuki and Edamame bowl

Adzuki and Edamame bowl

This adzuki and edamame bowl is a healthy option for a light, filling, meal. Adzuki beans are common in Asian recipes but not often seen in western diets. They are a great source of energy and ideal for weightloss whilst building energy.

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Chiropractic – Why you should be booking your consultation now

Chiropractic – Why you should be booking your consultation now

The spine is connected to your brain and all the internal body organs. When the spine is slightly misaligned you may experience a series of different disfunctions in your body. However, most people do not take care of their spine with the attention it deserves.

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Caramelised onions -sugar free recipe

Caramelised onions -sugar free recipe

You don’t need sugar to taste the sweetness of this recipe. With just one ingredient, the right equipment, a little loving care, and time, you can make (healthy) caramelised onions yourself.

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The secret to maintaining a healthy weight

The secret to maintaining a healthy weight

One size does not fit all. To keep and maintain a healthy weight without going hungry you need to eat for your metabolic type. When you overindulge there is also a quick fix way to get back on track immediately.

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Is bread healthy? – It’s complicated

Is bread healthy? – It’s complicated

Gluten, phytic acid, fructan can all cause various problems, intolerances and even disease. Commercially produced bread also can also lead to insulin spikes. But there is a way to make and eat bread that can solve most if not all problems, and it tastes even better than the unhealthy version!

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Low-carb paleo almond and coconut flour biscuits

Low-carb paleo almond and coconut flour biscuits

These biscuits are low-carb, paleo and sugar free. Made using alternative flours: half almond, half coconut flour, so they also tick the gluten-free box. You can make them in just a few minutes and they are simply delicious, not just healthy!

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Breast Cancer Awareness for the Under 40s

Breast Cancer Awareness for the Under 40s

In the US alone (22nd on the list of countries with the highest rates of breast cancer), more than 4% of women diagnosed with breast cancer are under the age of 40. However, routine screening is only recommended after the age of 40 except for women with a family history. Cancer in the under 40s is more aggressive and it also tends to be diagnosed at later stages.

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Home-made is best

Home-made is best

Are you health conscious and want to make your own almond milk? It's as easy as this! In just a few minutes and 4 simple steps you can make your own delicious alternative to cow's milk, without any additives or unwanted ingredients, and a thicker consistency, full of tasty goodness! Read on...

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The plant of Immortality

The plant of Immortality

In ancient Egypt they called it the plant of immortality. Dating back to 2100 BC this plant has been used for medicinal purposes. Read about its benefits, uses, side effects and all things Aloe Vera.

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The Forbidden Rice

The Forbidden Rice

Referred to as forbidden rice because it was reserved for the Emperor, this black rice originates from China but is has also been grown in Northern Italy for years. Unlike Thai black rice, it is naturally gluten free and has a host of health benefits.

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Make your own liquid soap – chemical free!

Make your own liquid soap – chemical free!

Learn how to turn a bar of pure Marseilles soap made with olive oil and no additives nor chemicals into liquid gel or hand soap, for a fraction of the price. Save money, gain in health and personalise it with an essential oil of your choice.

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When size equals a powerful nutritional punch

When size equals a powerful nutritional punch

There are times when size is not an indication of how nutritious a food can be. The subject of this article is one such case. In fact, it is said that the average man can survive on just 10 of these a day in the desert. These small fruits are a powerhouse of nutrition.

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