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It’s slow cooker time! Spiced (not spicy) lamb casserole

The temperature has finally crept below double digits which means only one thing. It’s time dust off the slow cooker and get the stews and casseroles going. Obviously you can use your slow cooker at any time of the year, but for some reason mine only tends to make an appearance from October...

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5 things in my kitchen that I can’t live without

Doing what I do, I spend quite a bit of time in my kitchen. But I want the time to be efficient because, let’s face it, I haven’t got a huge amount of it. Who has? I can’t be dithering about with blunt utensils and useless bits of kit that take more time to clean than they do to...

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The Kids Are Alright. Now How About You?

And breathe out! If, like me, you’re sitting in a eerily quiet house wondering what on earth to do with yourself (well, apart from the million things that need to be done) now that you’re not having to fill those days with activities, trips, snacks, picnics and the constant demand for...

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My 5 top tips for looking fabulous in a bikini

Going on holiday soon? Having a little panic about exposing your flesh in a bikini? Don’t worry! There’s still time to lose a few pounds without having to resort to the cabbage soup diet, which frankly, no-one wants you to go on. Just follow these 5 easy steps for two weeks and...

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5 tips for getting your kids to eat more vegetables

Almost every mum I meet has some dilemma or other about getting her children to eat certain foods. I often come across parents who started weaning their babies on the very best home-made purées, introducing a variety of different tastes and textures from very early on as advised by...

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Why all the wheat?

Wheat’s been around for a while. As a grain it’s probably a fairly good guy. But sadly the wheat we eat today is about as far removed from the original grain as Venus is from Mars (quite a long way). The spongy white bread that the lines the bakery aisles of our supermarkets today has...

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3 Day Juice Detox – Day 3!

Apologies for the missing post yesterday which would have been entitled ‘3 Day Juice Detox – Day 2. Flailing’. Our broadband has packed up at home. Which is probably a good thing because I was not in a great place yesterday. The hunger was all a bit too much to tolerate and I...

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3 Day Juice Detox – Day 1

I’ve decided to take my crazy juicing obsession to the next level and do the Juice Master’s 3 Day Detox. I’ve actually been banging on about it for a few weeks, putting it off because I was too busy, or didn’t have any childcare that day or any number of other...

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To Buy Organic or Not To Buy Organic? That Is The Question. Here Is The Answer

I regularly get asked in my practice which foods you should buy organic, and which ones you needn’t. In an ideal world, we’d buy everything organic, from the local farmer’s market, or even better, grow our own. But in our crazy, fast-paced world this might not be realistic for...

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It’s ‘Empty the fridge of random vegetables night!’

I’ve mentioned on here before that we get a box of organic vegetables delivered every Friday. It’s fab, I love it and it makes me feel good on many different levels. Well I have this thing about not having any vegetables leftover from the old box when the new box arrives. I just...

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