Fruit and ‘live’ yoghurt can make a delicious dessert – I like to flavour it with natural vanilla essence. Another rather more decadent option could be to flavour the yoghurt with cocoa and some 75% chocolate chips – you may need to add a tiny bit of agave syrup just to sweeten it a little. Continue reading Fruit and ‘Live’ Yoghurt
Dark green leaves in your salad or kale and cabbage for your soups or vegetables with the main meal. Or use sea vegetables in soups and stews. Continue reading Dark Green Leaves
Well – they are a plan that’s separate and different from what people normally do. Continue reading So What’s Wrong with Most Diet Plans?
They confuse people so much that they cant be bothered even trying to be healthy and default to their old bad habits with a reasoning that it doesn’t matter what you do. Continue reading Dietary Confusion!
I think perhaps one of the most important things for kids is to give them water to drink. Continue reading Drink More Water
They are full of fat.
A piece of shortbread could contain at least 1/2 oz of fat and the same of plain refined flour plus a teaspoon of white sugar. Continue reading Biscuits
No I don’t mean either medical or recreational I’m talking about nature’s phytochemicals which are plant based foods that have an impact on our bodies – helping to promote health and prevent disease. Continue reading Are You Taking Enough Drugs?
Start lunch or dinner with eating either a salad or a vegetable soup.
It’ll fill you up and help prevent overeating. Also a raw salad will help with the making of our digestive enzymes and also supplying lots of vitamins and minerals.
As red wine contains resveratrol which is good for the heart (also contained in chocolate and berries) it can be seen as protective. It is a potent anti-oxidant plus a little glass of wine can also have benefits from it’s relaxing effect. Continue reading Alcohol
These can be added to breads and baked goods, stir-fries, used as nut butters rather than butter itself. Continue reading Nuts & Seeds