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View Healthy Coconut Choc Bars

Healthy Coconut Choc Bars

These are so much healthier than shop bought tropical coconut chocolate bars, and really feel like a treat! To make the base: 200g desiccated coconut 150g coconut oil (melted) 2 tsp vanilla essence 2 tbsp. raw honey or alternative sweetener Combine all ingredients and press into a lined tin. Chill in the fridge for 1…

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View Key Lime Avocado Pie – Delicious Raw Desert

Key Lime Avocado Pie – Delicious Raw Desert

This delicious raw desert is extremely easy to make. The filling is made mostly from avocado, which are rich in healthy fats. Unlike when you eat a regular dessert after eating this pie you feel energised rather than sluggish.Dairy free, gluten free, refined sugar free, egg free, nut free… but definitely not taste free.  Whenever…

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View Diabetes can cause blindness, but may even start with it!

Diabetes can cause blindness, but may even start with it!

This morning on BBC TV Breakfast news discussed, the NHS tackling Type 2 Diabetes, by the introduction of NHS-funded exercise classes for those deemed at high risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. Why is the NHS so blind to the massive effects of diet? Is DIET a four-letter word that nobody wants to utter?

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View Chia Pudding with Blueberry Sauce – Sugar Free!

Chia Pudding with Blueberry Sauce – Sugar Free!

 Chia Pudding. The day before… For your Chia Pudding you will need, 2 cups liquid – I used a mixture of coconut milk, yogurt, almond milk (just using up small amou nts left over in various cartons). ¼ cup white chia seeds (the black ones make for a grey pudding so get the white ones…

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View Eating left over food? Waste it Don’t Waist it!

Eating left over food? Waste it Don’t Waist it!

Eating Xmas left overs? A lot of us feel that we cannot simply throw out the indulgent food, sugary cakes & sweet’s as they cost money to buy in the first place. Could you summon the courage to throw out all the junk food left over from Christmas? Don’t panic – Help is at hand!

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View Which diet is it going to be this year….?

Which diet is it going to be this year….?

the latest diet book to hit the media is the SIRT Food Diet. This could be described as the successor to the 5:2 diet in the way that the specific foods eaten (and there is a list of around 20 specific Sirtuin-containing foods) seem to mimic the effects achieved with intermittent fasting; that is, the regenerative and anti-disease benefits along with the weight loss achieved.

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