Festive nuts

posted in: newsletters 0

I only ever make these tamari nuts at this time of the year. They are, however, delicious in any season. Enjoy! As with all my recipes, don’t get too caught up in the measurements. One of the joys of cooking … Read More

Paging Mel O’Tonin.

posted in: newsletters 0

Have you met my cousin Mel O’Tonin? With her sweet, soft lullaby, she’ll put you to sleep within the blink of an eye. Seriously though folks, Melatonin is the most important hormone our body makes to help us get to … Read More

You can’t beat a beet.

posted in: newsletters 0

Beetroots are an ancient, prehistoric food that grew naturally along coastlines in North Africa, Asia, and Europe. Originally, it was the beet greens that were consumed; the sweet red bit that most people think of as a “beetroot” today wasn’t … Read More

A short, but smelly story

posted in: newsletters 0

A short but smelly story. What could it be? Of course it has to be garlic. It’s one of the oldest medicinal foods around. The Egyptians have used it, the Greeks have used it, the Chinese have used it, the … Read More

Turmeric – the golden wonder.

posted in: newsletters 0

Turmeric is a South East Asian plant belonging to the ginger family that’s been used for over 4000 years in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. The special nutrient in this plant is called curcumin. It’s the part that gives turmeric its yellow … Read More

What’s in your genes?

posted in: newsletters 0

Why is it that some people can drink and smoke and make some pretty crappy lifestyle choices (think Winston Churchill) and seem to remain astonishingly vigorous right into old age? At the other end of the spectrum is the person … Read More

Are you putting yourself at risk?

posted in: newsletters 0

It’s official! I’m changing my name to Debbie Downer as I give you the startling statistics on something most of us ladies have either taken or are currently taking. If you are taking oral contraception, especially Yaz, then this is … Read More

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 13