Getting back to Creativity

The last 12-18 months have been a difficult time for me as I have spent far too much of it in front of a computer. First there was my latest book to finalise, re-arrange and proofr
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Diabetics Who Miss Breakfast

I was recently reading about a small study of diabetic people who skipped breakfast and the effect this had on their blood sugar levels (just google ‘diabetics who miss breakfast
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Fordhall Farm

The story of Fordhall Farm is an inspiration of what can be achieved if you set your mind to it. Many years ago when I lived in Manchester, I bought my organic meat from a butcher
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Conflicting Advice

Today I read two conflicting pieces of health information in the newspapers and it made me wonder how the average person can possibly know what constitutes a healthy diet. The firs
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Medical Medium, Anthony Williams

I’ve just read this book published by Hay House and found it very interesting. This guy gets told by spirit what is wrong with people and how they can heal. He cites hidden virus
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Bitter Foods

Apparently our food nowadays is being cultivated to be sweeter and less bitter than it was because we like sweet foods and are not keen on the bitter flavour. Foods such sprouts, g
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Keeping on Track

Writing up ‘Food for Thought’ for my website found me reading through some old diaries where I had written about life and food, and food and life, and it made me realise how fa
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Doctor in the House

In this new reality TV programme, a doctor stayed with a family, assessing and helping them to improve their health. In many ways he was just doing what alternative therapists have
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