Not all Natural Sugars are Equal

Sugar is the new tobacco and sugar free-recipes, books and cafes are springing up everywhere. I’ve been sugar free for over 30 years since I trained as a nutritional therapist in
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Healthy Eating on a Budget – part 1

Healthy Eating on a Budget – Part 1 People often complain that eating healthily costs more but I’m not sure that I agree. In order to eat more healthily you need to major on ve
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Healthy Eating on a Budget – part 2

Scrumping and foraging are good ways to save money. I love to make nettle soup in spring (see recipe on website) and always make extra to freeze down for winter. I also love to pic
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Goodbye to Headaches

A few months ago an acquaintance who we have only known for a short time found out that I used to be a nutritional therapist and asked would I be able to suggest anything for his h
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Clutter Clearing the Kitchen

Whilst staying for a few days break in Norfolk we ate lunch at a farm shop and cafe. The food was very good and afterwards I had a hunt round the shop for foodie ideas, but althoug
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Natural Stevia in Malaysia

The stevia debate has rumbled on for many years and the opinion about the product has swayed from it being acceptable to it being banned in this country for many years. Now it’s
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Are Salads Only For People On Diets?

We went up to Manchester recently and had lunch out with some of my husband’s colleagues. It was a Sunday so everyone chose a roast but I just didn’t feel like a meat meal as w
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Miss Piggy

I so often see people eating what I think is a small meal and occasionally I am left feeling like Miss Piggy as I tuck into a substantial plate full. However what I also often see
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