Fig and walnut bread

Fig and walnut bread Ingredients  3 eggs 1 1/2 cups of sugar (I used coconut sugar you can use maple syrup) 2 cups fresh ripe figs, mashed or cut into small pieces 3/4 cup olive oil 3 cups flour (I used two cups of rye flour and one cup of white spelt flour) 2 tsp...

Recipe: Courgette, spinach & mint fritters

I just love courgettes and they are now in season. This versatile veg doesn’t pack a punch in the flavour department, but pairs well with strong flavours such as basil, garlic, parmesan cheese, extra virgin olive oil. It has a very high water content so when preparing...

A good night’s sleep – My top tips

So why is sleep so important? It’s not all about resting, so much happens within our bodies as we sleep. As we sleep our bodies repair themselves. During sleep, our body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain our physical health. In children and...

Should you see a nutritional therapist?

Why do you need to see a nutritional therapist? A nutritional therapist offers expert advice in recommending the diet that is right for you. We delve deeper analysing your eating habits and life style, and explain how and why changes should be made in order to improve...

Healthy Eating with the 6th Friern Barnet Beavers Group

One of the reasons I decided to become a Nutritional Therapist was to share my new found knowledge. Making even the smallest changes to your diet and lifestyle can really make a difference to your health. And by health I mean both mental and physical health. Part of...