September 5, 2019

I find tucking into an ice-lolly on a summer’s afternoon one of life’s greatest joys. Now that we’re nearing the end of a somewhat very typical British summer (did it even happen? And did it really get THAT hot?), I don’t want to miss out on these moments just because...

August 15, 2019

I usually stay away from stamping recipes with the word protein, as it reminds me of those brands that brand every product they offer with the phrase regardless of nutritional value. Yes, protein cookies and cupcakes sound all well and good, but when they are loaded wi...

July 16, 2019

I’m a sucker for crab. It’s bloody delicious and in my opinion, very underrated as a health food. Not only does it contain adequate amounts of iodine, essential for healthy thyroid function, 100g of mixed meat contains 20g of protein.

The only downside is that unless yo...

July 10, 2019

A few months ago I bought some organic, paleo bread for £7.50. Yes, £7.50. It was the size, roughly, of an iPhone + and I really, really hated myself for it. There is absolutely no limit on how far I’ll go for my health, from supplements, food shops to eating out. It’s...

June 17, 2019

Food for those Summer evenings when the vegetable draw in your fridge is crying out for a clean out. Crack an egg over the top of your smashed greens and swap your potatoes for roasted cauliflower. The very best cruciferous veg, in my opinion. 

Ingredients: one lar...

March 23, 2019

Let’s talk mornings.

To put it bluntly, establishing a healthy morning routine is vital for your wellbeing. It is truly ground breaking for me, and essential in entering the day with a sense of calm and purpose. From following a loose, yet habit based set of rituals fro...

November 6, 2018

Gosh, It has been a while. and my poor blog must be feeling oh so neglected right now, as it seems to have taken a bit of a back seat to a full-time job, nutrition degree and recovering from a rather large writing project which has well and truly had me exhausted. One...

August 31, 2018

I have a stash of homemade pesto in my fridge at all time. You never know when it may come in handy, from a simple pan of whole grains that need a spruce, to a humble slice of sourdough topped with smashed avocado. A good pesto is all in the quality of its ingredients,...

August 16, 2018

Ah, blackberry season. During the peak of the summer holidays, juicy little gems start popping up on brambly bushes, ready to be picked and eaten on the spot, or taken home and baked into various messy puds. The sun may have retired from his duties for another year, bu...

August 4, 2018

Summertime food to me doesn’t necessarily mean food that is light and refreshing, it can merely be something that doesn’t require hours of slaving away in front of the stove to prepare. Our kitchen is bloody hot right now, and the place in which I usually retreat to fo...

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Institute of Integrated Nutrition Cert. Holistic Health Coach, studying Nutritional Therapist (College of Naturopathic Medicine), recipe developer, food writer and photographer. Cookbook AUTHOR.

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