Green falafels with a turmeric and tahini sauce

  k Green falafels made with peas, spinach, pistachios and o’course chickpeas.It is served with a turmeric and tahini sauce. They are truly delicious, moist, and very nutritious as well as being gluten free! 😘 for the falafel, you’ll need to blend coarsly: 5 shallots + 2 can of chick peas + 100g of pistachios +100g…

Pineapple, lemon, lime, spinach, mint and cucumber juice

  A very hydrating and refreshing juice to welcome summertime! For 2 people you’ll need: 1/4 of a pineapple 1/2 a cucumber 1/2 a lemon 1/2 a lime 500g of fresh organic spinach 1 handful of mint Find a good spot in the fresh grass, remove your shoes, connect with the earth and the sound…

Recovering from an alcohol hangover? I have got you covered!

Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your body that could cause so much suffering? The facts are intriguing… While we don’t know why all the symptoms of hangover occur, scientists have uncovered some unique facts behind the physiology of the common symptoms. Here are five facts that can help you recover from it as…

Pea and mint houmous

Another take on houmous with a fresh and spring feel. You’ll need: half a can of chickpeas half a can of peas 1 garlic clove the squeeze of half a lemon 3 springs of fresh mint 1 large tbspoon of tahini paste 2 tbspoon of olive oil water for thinning salt and pepper to taste Add all…

Silky smooth raw chocolate vegan pot

A dead easy chocolate vegan pot requiring 4 ingredients: 1 can of coconut milk 2 tbspoon of agar flake ( or if not vegan, grass fed gelatin) 2 tbspoon of raw  chocolate powder ( or dark chocolate powder) 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence optional maple syrup Instructions: Add the agar flakes to the coconut milk and bring to…

Can my genes determine the best type of diet for me?

      Welcome to the world of nutrigenomics! This emerging science combines the study of nutrition and genetics to reveal the different ways people respond to food, based on their genetic make-up. So, how can nutrigenomics contribute to making life longer, healthier and better? What is key to understand is that even though you…

Good mood food

                                                   It is totally possible to boost your sense of well-being with the right kind of soul-nurturing foods. The main recommendation is to eat a low –glycaemic Mediterranean style diet, increase…

Turmeric Latte

 Warming turmeric and spices latte. This is probably the perfect anti-inflammatory drink! Whether you are experiencing cold and flu symptoms or any pains and aches, the turmeric latte will have you covered. Research show that turmeric can also be beneficial with Alzheimer’s, endometriosis, inflammatory bowel disease, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis and more. For this recipe, I…

Green juice with matcha

I have always been a big fan of smoothie as I could see how retaining the fibre was an advantage compared to juicing. What I didn’t realise was that you can get a real instant kick by juicing, indeed by removing the fibre you allow your body to absorb all the nutrient super fast, leaving…

Top tips for colds

  Experiencing sniffle and shivers? Want to know how to fight a cold naturally? These are my top tips: • KEEP HYDRATED! Increase the amount of liquid ingested, in the form of water and unsweetened herbal teas. When the membrane that lines the respiratory tract gets dry, they provide a much friendlier environment for the…