Simnel Cake - Photo from BBC GoodFood - Will make my version later This is my adapted recipe using an alternative gluten flour which contain protein 🧡Simnel - Easter cake. I’m putting this recipe up early so you have time to get in the suggested ingredients if you don’t have them in readiness for Easter.… Continue reading Simnel Easter Cake
Ingredients 150g -200gm flaxseed flour- mill until fine 50gm - Pumpkins seeds ground ( add in place of xx 50gm of the flax) 1/2 mixed Ground Pepper & rock salt 1/2 tsp ghoor - optional 2 tbsp finely chopped rosemary and fennel seeds (optional) these give the biscuits some interest !Approx 1/2- 3/4 cups warm water mixed with 2… Continue reading Nourishing Flaxseed Crackers
Extract of my article sent to Eastern Eye : Obesity concern within South Asian children. What would your recommendations be for a healthy diet for a child? What complications can be seen in obese South Asian children? & Your personal view on why the message, of a healthy diet for children, is not getting through… Continue reading Are you concerned about your children’s diet?
How can we re-balance our hormones?: Limit exposure to disruptors: Avoid eating foods with pesticides - choose organic where possible- and cleanse non organic food in lemon and vinegar to reduce the impact of chemical sprays, pesticides and toxins. A simple cleaning spray can be made by combining 1 tablespoon lemon juice and 2 tablespoons… Continue reading Balancing Disrupted Hormones using Mother Nature
Urtica Dioica otherwise known as Stinging Nettles. These are a herbaceous perennial flowering plant is native to Europe, Asia, Northern Africa and Western North America. Now widely being used medicinally as wild food for boosting a host of ailments, wellbeing and health. For women it being noticed for so many however it has amazing benefits… Continue reading Boosting Women’s Health: Baby Nettles
10 steps to a healthier you: What can you do right now? Get a notebook and begin to keep a food diary, write down everything that you eat or drink for at least a week. Why? Keeping a food diary makes you think twice about what you are about to eat and whether or not you… Continue reading 10 Steps to a healthier you