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As we enter the perimenopause many of us experience weight gain.  No matter how hard we exercise or reduce our calories our waistline expands and fat around the middle seems inevitable.  Not only can we feel uncomfortable in our clothes, we can experience a range...

Christmas is often a stressful time of year as well as joyous.  In the wake of COVID, this year presents even more challenges. We’ll miss those no longer with us, and family members and friends the restrictions do not permit us to see. The usual Christmas...

Beetroot belongs to the Chinopodiaceae family , which also includes spinach and chard. Both the root and the leaves of beetroot can be eaten.  The leaves can be prepared in a similar way to chard, and taste a little bitter. The roots can be round, or long...

Squash belong to the Cucurbitaceae family (no, I’d never hear of it either, let alone pronounce it!)  - more commonly called the gourd or melon family (now I feel more at home!) This family is then split into summer and winter varieties. The flesh and skin...

Mushrooms There are numerous types of mushroom from the humble button mushroom to the more exotic, health stars like Shitake, Reishi and Maitake mushrooms. Mushrooms have been consumed since pre-historic times.  The Egyptians believed that they hold the secret to immortality  and the Romans referred to them...

2020 has perhaps offered many in the world the greatest challenge of our lives particularly from an emotional perspective.  The uncertainty of what is a head; a second wave of COVID-19, potential redundancies on a level beyond experience and a recession can cause anxiety, worry...

It would appear that Spring Cleaning has its history based in religion, culture and biology from around the world! Whatever the history, the improved weather leads us to empty cupboards, clean them out, launder curtains, bedspreads and other items that just wouldn’t dry during the cold,...

There is no better time than now when coronavirus is of major concern for so many around the world, to look at how we may support our immune systems naturally. The following information is for education purposes only and is not intended as personal advice or...

On Guard, the protective blend, is one of my favourite oils and one I use regularly. It's a warm blend of Wild Orange Peel, Clove Bud, Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus Leaf, and Rosemary Leaf/Flower essential oils. It smells like Christmas, but secretly packs a punch. I love to...

Cinnamon Bark - cinnamomum zeylanicum Cinnamon is a little like Marmite – you either love it or hate it.  I love it, although this was not always the case. As a child, if I should complain of a sore throat, my dad would either offer me a...