June 2018

Whats your “Go to” shake?

By | June 14th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones, Cortisol|

My "Go to" shake I recommend shakes as they are fast and simple and you can pack in the nutrients. I always have in my kitchen the following ingredients... Protein Powder /Nut butter/Cinnamon/Bananas and almond/oat or dairy free milk/Flax oil/Spinach/mixed greens powder I make sure I have the above for the five reasons stated below..... [...]

HIGH POLLEN EQUALS MISERY

By | June 7th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones, Cortisol|

Pollen is affecting at the last count 20,000 people, all suffering with symptoms caused by the high count? Is this high pollen alert making your life miserable right now? I sympathise, I have spoken with many clients over the last few weeks that are having the same symptoms due to the high pollen we have [...]

May 2018

Best and Worst foods to eat at night

By | May 19th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, Inflammation|

The five best and five worst foods to eat at night. What foods are going to give you the best bang for your buck as it were? what will aid your sleep and thus helping you burn fat and what will interrupt it? When we talk about nutrition the following words pop into many of [...]

Healthy Coffee Biscuits

By | May 14th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Hormones, Inflammation, mindset, optimum health, positivity, Recipe of the week|

Healthy Coffee Biscuits Is that even a thing? Well, I had a client who sent me a food diary and it included a coffee infused muesli for his breakfast. I was intrigued as I love both. I wondered how I could combine my love of coffee with something sweet but healthy. Anyone who reads my [...]

Is salmon good or bad?

By | May 9th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Child Health, childrens hormones, Cortisol, Inflammation, joint health|

Do you buy farmed salmon in the belief that it’s the "environmentally responsible" thing to do? Do you believe it is a part of a good healthy diet? I was in a health food shop yesterday in my home town of Hertford, when a shelf full of omega 3 tablets collapsed onto my head. Fortunately, [...]

April 2018

Winning summer combination

By | April 30th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Child Health, childrens hormones, Recipe of the week|

This dish❤️What a winning summer combination of perfection. I love goats cheese, so this is amazing for me, what a hit though with family and friends. The sweetness of the fruit, and the protein in the nuts.:)Perfection. Nectarine and goats cheese salad💕 #foodlover #pistachio #goatscheesesalad #fruit # This is perfect for the up and coming [...]

Spanakopita

By | April 29th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, Recipe of the week|

#spanakopita #greek #family #favouritedish # Today I decided to embrace one of my all time favourites, I usually go to London to buy spanakopita, but today as this particular one is my favourite, I thought I should make one. (Or two) Ok I did change some ingredients.‍♀️‍♀️ #childfriendly #healthy # I always change recipes if [...]

Healthy Banoffee Pie?

By | April 29th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, Recipe of the week|

Healthy Banoffe Pie, really? Can banoffee pie be healthy? If like me you have a weakness for this delicious desert then you may want read on. I have no "off switch" when it comes to banoffee pie, the bananas and caramel seem to be the perfect match with the biscuit base, it's a "Menage a [...]

Do you suffer with a physical or emotional disorder?

By | April 12th, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, altruism, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health, childrens hormones, Cortisol|

If you do suffer with what you feel is an anxiety disorder? emotional or physical read on for some information that may help. You and your life experiences are a mix of highs and lows. It is how we deal with them that makes us who we are, no need to suffer in silence. Most [...]

Crying is a ‘workout’ for the body.

By | April 3rd, 2018|Adult Diet, Adult Health, anti inflammatory, Busy Lifestyles, Child Health|

Don't cancel the gym membership just yet though. People who cry exhibit elevated heart rates and increased sweating thus making it a workout for the body. When we cry we actually release stress hormones. A friend of mine informed me of that and I was intrigued, so I looked into it a bit more. We have [...]