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Boost your immune system naturally

Boost your immune system naturally

Did you know 70 to 80% of your Immune System resides in your gut? Your health starts on a plate. Eating refined carbohydrates, sitting all day and staying away from sunlight are not the road to health especially during this pandemic.

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Quinoa flour and seed crackers

Quinoa flour and seed crackers

Make your own crackers using quinoa flour and seeds. Quinoa flour is usually much dried than other more conventional flours and is ideal for making crackers, flatbreads or a crisp pizza base.

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Home made hand sanitiser

Home made hand sanitiser

Most of the home made recipes for hand sanitiser circulating online do not contain a strong enough concentration to be effective against the coronavirus. The recommendations are that you buy it already made but what if it is not available?

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Dried fig and almond power balls – Just 3 ingredients

Dried fig and almond power balls – Just 3 ingredients

When life gives you dried fig paste turn it into a delicious dessert. In just a few minutes, with three ingredients and without the need for baking.

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Why you should eat more fennel (soup)

Why you should eat more fennel (soup)

Native to the Mediterranean, fennel is a bulb full of goodness with very few calories. Add it to your diet in soup form to detox and fight inflammation.

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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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