Eating good sources of protein is one of the three essential macronutrients and building blocks that support cellular regeneration. Protein, carbohydrates and fats are all required by the body, for cellular growth, development, and repair, immunity,and for synapse connections which are key cell signaling. Subscriber Content Add content here that will only be visible to… Continue reading Eating the right level of protein can have a lasting benefit to wellbeing as one ages
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Mung Beans: The Food of Angels of our time Sprouting Mung Beans are super easy and foul proof. Yes, Really. They are. If you’ve never tried it I would urge you to give it a try. Day 1 : Soak - 24 hours I first learnt how to do this in 2004 when I began… Continue reading Sprouted Mung Beans
Just 10 simple actions : Be a healthier version of you What to do now? Take a notebookKeep a food diary. Write everything you eat or drink - this helps you see how you view food and the choices and decisions you make.Keeping a food diary helps you reflect on how you might eat differently… Continue reading 10 steps for a healthier version of yourself
Omega 3 Rich Sources Essential Fatty acids are omega 3 rich sources and essential to brain health. so many evidence based studies confirm this : Flax, pumpkin, chia, oily fish e.g salmon, sardines, mackerel and trout, nuts and seeds. Seeding is good for optimising women for fertility and wellbeing needs- I do a lot of… Continue reading Eating the Right Fat for Women’s Health and Wellbeing
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It's Winter Solstice today and there is a magical thing that will take place tonight that I want to share with you. I'm a little sad that I can't go to these wonderful stones . Circle at Avebury Stones- Marlborough Wiltshire Tonight, Jupiter and Saturn showcase themselves with a magical sight to see. Just after… Continue reading Winter Solstice- 21st December 2020
Himalayan salts, rich in natural minerals. These have been used for centuries by my ancestors. When my parents lived in India, they lived close to the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range so they know all about the many benefits this salt has. My mum used it in her scrubs and skin tonics. Funny how… Continue reading Himalayan Sole