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In this special, in-depth report we look at the natural ways to treat insomnia, improve your sleep and boost your quality of life.
Building your muscle through resistance training does much more than allow you to flex in the gym — it has many important health benefits, not the least of which is that it keeps you young.
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A strong metabolism helps keep weight off, but it also maintains health, supports immunity and prevents premature ageing. Here are five foods to include in your diet to give you a metabolism boost. Metabolism is the process of turning calories from the foods you eat into useable energy for all the chemical reactions that take […]
This orange cake is deliciously moist and full of orange zest. Boiling the oranges whole removes the bitterness of the pith, which is essential to the finished cake. Refined sugar has been replaced with granulated erythritol for this recipe, but feel free to experiment with other sugar substitutes.
These light, fluffy teacakes are an absolute delight, especially when they just come out of the oven!
Cherries are a fabulous source of vitamin C, which is vital for maintaining healthy skin and for boosting the body’s immune defences. Vitamin C contains potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory phytonutrients that help combat inflammation and oxidative stress in the body. Cherries are also a great source of dietary fibre to support healthy digestion and bowel regularity.
Carrots are bursting with health-promoting antioxidants and vital nutrients needed for good eye health and vision. Orange carrots are packed with beta-carotene, which is a precursor to vitamin A. We need this important vitamin for healthy skin and mucous membranes and for a strong immune system. Carrots also provide plenty of lutein, a potent antioxidant that helps protect the eyes from age-related macular degeneration.
This apple and cinnamon teacake is an oldie but a goodie. It’s super easy to make and uses coconut sugar rather than refined sugar. To make this vegan, swap the egg for a flax egg, use a vegan butter and a plant-based milk.
The pandemic forced us to rethink the way we live, not least how we exist within the confines of our homes. As we continue into “the new normal” the way our homes function has been forever transformed.
You know that feeling when one part of your life is in a flat tailspin while another part is soaring to great heights? We are complex beings and capable of experiencing all the emotional seasons in one day like rain on a sunny day. Of course, this can be disorienting and draining, but the trick is knowing how to deal with life when we feel torn in two, feeling both good, bad and just a bit mixed up.
This is the perfect mid-week meal. The key to baking quinoa in the oven is to make sure the liquid is hot before you pour it into the baking dish. Feel free to add any combination of vegetables, such as corn or cherry tomatoes.
For a fuller flavour, you can marinate the chicken for up to two hours if you have the time as the flavours intensify.
This quick and easy one-pan fish is baked in a rich tomato sauce and is bursting with Mediterranean flavours.