Unpasteurised sauerkraut is brimming with friendly (probiotic) bacteria which is scientifically proven to be good for the gut. In his book The Clever Guts Diet, Michael Mosley reveals that eating fermented food has the potential to repopulate the gut with beneficial microbes and make us feel better. Eating fermented foods like sauerkraut helps to increase... Continue Reading →
Chewy, mint chocolate. Simple healthy ingredients all mixed into a delish and satisfying 'treat'. Make these today!
Buckwheat is a gluten free and wheat free grain, packed full of protein and minerals. If you always make porridge with oats, try buckwheat as a change from the norm - a hearty and tasty breakfast awaits.
Turn an ugly duckling of a vegetable into something so tasty you'll be having them for tea overnight. Serve with a main meal, as a healthy chip butty or a snack with your favourite condiment. Just try them!
Having enough protein is essential for your body to work properly. Here is a nifty shake to up your good protein levels - with added benefits.
I had my beautiful friend Kate over for tea a few days ago. This starter was a last minute decision but worked really well. Savoury and flavoursome. I think the ground almonds and nutmeg were a great combination. It's so easy to throw together too... 2 large field mushrooms 1-2 tsp unmelted coconut oil 2... Continue Reading →
Get yourself a spiraliser! It is a phenomenal piece of kit and will transform a carrot, courgette and apple...To this.......In a matter of moments.Then you add a little dressing and chomp away. The beauty is, it's like you're eating a big bowl of tasty pasta and afterwards, you feel light and clean.Don't want to buy a spiraliser... Continue Reading →
This recipe is a delight to make, delicious to eat and easy to watch! I think our video highlights how simple and quick this super hero of a recipe is.If you're looking for something fresh to whip up in moments which will leave you and your guests wanting second helpings then go for it.I filmed this... Continue Reading →