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Serotonin & Tryptophan Foods

As we all try to weather another lockdown – and this time a new Tier 4 has been introduced to the UK, which is even stricter than before – the challenge is to survive with our mental health intact. Whilst we are in lockdown and isolation, it is tempting to try and muffle the anxiety…

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Kombucha – The Booch

Watch live as Enid Taylor, co-founder of the Taymount Clinic UK, demonstrates how to make Kombucha!  Make sure you tune in to Feel Good Factor on Sky TV (Channel 191) with Janey Lee Grace, on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th December!  Check it out here Kombucha is becoming hugely popular and almost ubiquitous as supermarkets…

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Strawberry Truffles

Ingredients Makes about 12 balls – double recipe for a larger batch 40g freeze dried strawberries – approximately 50g almonds 90g dates 30g chia seeds 1 tsp. vanilla essence Desiccated coconut Method Place freeze dried strawberries in a food processor and blend until they turn to a powder Add almonds and blend until chopped into…

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Fat Tummies and Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin and is stored in the body in the fat cells. When I was at school (a long time ago!), we were simply taught that excesses of Vitamin D were toxic as they would build up in the fat cells and the liver and cause a problem. Other Vitamins like…

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Seed Mix Flour Bread Loaf

Equipment: Cooking oven that heats to at least 200 degrees Centigrade Weighing scales Nutri-Bullet (or similarly effective grinding machine – do not attempt to do this with a pestle and mortar) Mixing bowl A (one pound) loaf tin or small round sponge cake tin  Measuring jug Cup in which to weigh the seeds Wooden spoon…

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Should we eat fat and sugar together?

Fat and sugar – coming up to Bonfire Night, November 5th, it seems a relevant time to talk in terms of gunpowder, sparks and blowing things up. For the experts out there, forgive this blunt instrument, but to keep it simple, we can refer to fats in our food as gunpowder, full of potential energy…

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Coconut nests

This recipe is so yummy, slightly soft yet chewy and a little sweet – not to forget it’s healthy, gluten-free and vegan! Flax is low in carbohydrates but extremely high in both soluble and insoluble fibre, which means it supports colon detoxification and reduces sugar cravings. One benefit of flaxseed is it contains high levels…

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Silken Tofu Chocolate Mousse

If you’ve never tried a silken tofu chocolate mousse before, this recipe will take you completely by surprise! It’s rich, velvety smooth, creamy, and unbelievably easy to whip up. You’ll never guess that this is vegan, gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free. Perfect as a light after dinner treat or as a healthy snack. Tofu is derived from soya and is an important…

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