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Three delicious, fibre-rich recipes

The recipes below have been extracted from The Healthy Fibre-rich Cookbook: Recipes to Increase Your Fibre Intake and Help You Feel Fantastic by Catherine Atkinson. Catherine Atkinson has a degree in Food and Nutrition BSc (Hons). […]

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How to start your own street food business

Miranda Roberts is one half of the team who set up Shrimpy. After seven years of running Shrimpy successfully, and sometimes not so successfully, she’s learned a thing or two about what can make an […]

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How Fasting Can Boost Your Energy

How many times in the last week have you felt completed exhausted, at only 4pm?   For many of us, burnout has become a constant problem and we often feel tired all the time. I […]

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How to achieve optimum nutrition while following a vegan diet

We know that a plant-based, vegan diet is healthy. But how easy is it to incorporate it into our lifestyle? Are there any other steps that need to be taken to ensure our body is […]

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How to have a stress-free Christmas dinner

The key to a more relaxed Christmas Day lies in the planning. Planning Christmas food well in advance not only reduces the likelihood of last-minute panic-buying but enhances the eating experience when the time finally […]

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How to cut calories during the festive season

The festive season is notorious as a time for indulgence and overeating, but it is possible to both enjoy good food and eat healthily through the food swap method. Where food swapping differs from other […]

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How to get the most out of your slow cooker

Don’t let the words “slow cooker” put you off! This doesn’t mean hours of slaving away over a hot stove, constantly checking on your dishes, prepping veggies or making rouxs – quite the opposite, in […]

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How to Cook Gut-friendly Meals

We’ve all experienced those infamous ‘gut feelings’ that tell us instinctively and intuitively how to respond towards a person, situation or decision. These feelings are crucial in helping us better navigate our world and the […]

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How to Plan Your Year of Growing Vegetables

John Harrison, who has been described as ‘Britain’s greatest allotment authority’ (Independent on Sunday) lives in the north-west of England with his wife Val. They grow their own fruit and vegetables on two allotments which […]

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How to make Thai-spiced Pumpkin Soup

This is a feisty, colourful soup that is full of flavour. Using shop-bought red curry paste means it’s quick to put together, and the coconut milk brings a luxurious richness that is perfect for chilly […]

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How to shake up your lunch

If we think of food not as fuel but as nourishment, we start to think of the lunchbox in a different context. We are not just looking for foods to provide the calories we need […]

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How to eat well and spend less

You don’t have to become a fitness freak in order to lead a healthy lifestyle – it is all about moderation and small steps. Think about the tale of the tortoise and the hare – […]

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