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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...

Oh if I had a pound for every post I had read over the last 3 weeks from people unable to pass the fridge without grabbing some morsel to devour ! It seems that social isolation, quarantine or cocooning – whatever you wish to call it,...

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...

Ever since I can remember women, predominantly, have been on diets.  Diet after diet, losing weight, regaining weight – a perpetual roller coaster of feast and famine. Magazines promote new diets every year and we buy them hoping this one will give us the body of...

I think we have all made a New Year’s Resolution (NYR) only to drop it after a couple of weeks. There are several reasons why this may happen – we didn’t plan it in to our schedule, we didn’t realise the real reason for making the change-...

High cholesterol levels are often related to high fat in the diet, but this isn’t the full story. A poor diet is generally the number 1 cause of high cholesterol, impacted further by inactivity, an imbalance in blood sugar, stress levels plus a few other factors. Cholesterol...