Ideas for Meat Free Monday

It’s a bit of a buzz phrase, but Meat Free Monday is becoming quite a ‘thing’. While you might feel nervous about giving up that Monday roast or sausage and mash supper, there are some great ways that you can swap out meat, and not only do the environment a …

Easy ways to be more naturally resilient this winter

The shortest day has been and gone, but the temperature is still way down, the rain is lashing, the wind is sharp, and our bodies aren’t always happy with what January and February bring us. Boots will keep your feet warm, scarves, gloves and a woolly hat will stop your …

Foods to boost your winter heath

Yes, you can have the flu jab, and take supplements, but if you want to keep coughs and colds away this winter, you may want to think about what you eat. The chilly days and dark nights might have you reaching for comforting cakes and sugary chocolate, but what you …

When Fat Is Good For You

While we have been told for years and years that fat is evil, the truth is that ‘good fats’ can actually help you to be healthier than ever. It’s the non-unsaturated fats and poly-unsaturated fats that are regarded as “good fats” and this is because they are good for your …

Make vegan food swaps the delicious way

With more and more people turning to a plant-based diet and lifestyle, we have had a look at some easy swaps that you can make which will make you feel good and help the environment too. Nut butter not real butter Nut butters are full of much-needed fibre and protein …

Kitchen cupboard essentials

We know that cooking wholesome meals at home, from scratch, is good for us, but sometimes you go to the cupboard, and well it is bare and calling for a take-away seems like the easiest option. Easy yes, healthy no and cost-effective, definitely not. By simply stocking up on the …

Turmeric – the superfood for super health

Take a look in your kitchen cupboards and we are pretty sure that 95% of you will find a jar of golden turmeric hiding in the spice rack somewhere. You might only bring it out once in a while to add a warm, peppery flavour to curries and soups, but …