Sugar-Free Freedom

A good friend of mine has always been a sugar junkie. I remember a couple of years ago when we were out together and I refused a sweet treat because I found it just too sweet. Jack
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Insights to Recipe Writing

I’ve been trying to get a few recipes for my next book written up on the computer. I start off with the recipes written by hand in a file which I keep in the kitchen. There they
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New Year Food Resolutions

Looking back at last years resolutions I’m quite proud that I’ve put most into action. They have however been hanging around for a few years so probably about time. I w
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Christmas – It’s Alright to Cheat!

I’m always amazed at Christmas time how magazines and television programmes encourage us to make elaborate dishes. So often people who never cook much all year put themselves und
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Eggs and Allergies

I have lots of family members who are intolerant to eggs and it’s one of the reasons I have left eggs out of the recipes in my latest book ‘Easy, Tasty, Healthy. That doesn’t
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Following the Trends

Over the 30 years that I have been involved with nutrition I have seen lots of changes in the recommendations for what constitutes a healthy diet. I always look in bookshops to see
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Homeopathy Does Work.

Last year NHS England stopped funding doctors to prescribe homeopathic medicines. They insist that the taxpayers should not pick up the bill for ‘tap water masquerading as me
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Castor Oil – The Oil that Heals

  I first came across castor oil in a book of the above title by Edgar Cayce. Eddie Cayce was a healer – however he wasn’t a healer on the ‘earth plane’ – he had pas
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