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Linseed tea aka flaxseed tea

Linseed tea aka flaxseed tea

Linseed tea is a classic naturopathic drink that I have been making and recommending since I first trained in nutrition. It's an incredibly soothing and hydrating drink, and as such is sometimes a lot more effective for digestive issues than simply adding...

Super quick chocolate spread

Super quick chocolate spread

Do you need a super quick, incredibly versatile free-from-refined-sugar-and-ultra-processed-ingredients chocolate sauce recipe in your life? Well, here it is. You can use this chocolate sauce in so many situations: spread onto oatcakes or buckwheat pancakes, as a cake...

Running, calories and supershakes

Running, calories and supershakes

I've been running again for the last 5 months, it's been so good to get back to it. I haven't run in years, because each of the 3 times in my life I've had a serious stretch of it, I've ended up with painful, swollen bursitis in both knees and barely able to walk, let...

Speed soup

Speed soup

Some speed soups can be thrown together from scratch. Others make use of leftovers and a little forward planning. But they all mean you can knock up a speed soup most days of the week.

Nutmeg milk – nature’s soother

Nutmeg milk – nature’s soother

Nutmeg milk Nutmeg milk really is nature's soother. It helps calm digestion, ease pain and inflammation and can even help you sleep. It may also help protect your liver, improve your brain health and much more. What's more, nutmeg milk is easy to make, vegan-friendly...

Gravy!

Gravy!

When I discovered how to make gravy from arrowroot powder, I realised I’d hit on the perfect, simple, clear gravy recipe. And it take just a couple of minutes to make.

Guest blog: 5 Ways to Use Beans and Legumes

Guest blog: 5 Ways to Use Beans and Legumes

Beans and Legumes are perhaps one of the most perfect foods in the world. They’re high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, protein and are regularly enjoyed by some of the longest living populations on earth. But many people aren’t used to cooking with beans...

Sunflower Slaw

Sunflower Slaw

Sunflower slaw on a sunny day Sunflower slaw is another variation on coleslaw. One of my favourite foods - so I'm always coming up with new combinations. This year alone I've made: Kohl slaw - with purple kohlrabi Avo slaw - with guacamole instead of mayonnaise Warm...

It’s a wrap!

It’s a wrap!

Move over sandwiches... for a lighter, tastier and healthier option, make a gluten-free wrap. I used to think wraps were just dry, stodgy and joyless. That's because when I first tried one it was bought from a supermarket. Then a delicious, moist wrap with marinated...

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Next workshops:

Nutrition for People Living with Cancer (online)
Thursday 14th October 2021 5.30-7pm GMT
£12/10 + bf
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The ABCs of Supplements (online)
Thursday 4th November 2021 7-8pm GMT
£12/10
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Your Microbiome and Immunity (online)
Thursday 25th November 2021 7-8pm GMT
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Menopause Nutrition (online)
Thursday 9th December 2021 5.30-6.45pm GMT
£10/8 + bf
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Introduction to Integrative Oncology for Healthcare Professionals (online)
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Your Life and Cancer conference
Kirsten spoke as an Expert Host on “Diet as the Foundation of Good Health” – recordings are available to buy here: www.yourlifeandcancer.com

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