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Healthy Recipe websites

July 31, 2009 by Ange  

Here are a couple of good websites for healthy recipes, i haven’t tried them all out….but am working through it!
The first one is from the World Cancer Research Fund, and has some really tasty sounding, well balanced ideas;
This second is Fat Free Vegan; again, lots of tasty and healthy ideas and seems to be updated [...]

More vegetables please

July 20, 2009 by Ange  

A research study published earlier this year showed that high intakes of processed and red meat increases mortality rates and risk of diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease. Meat can be a healthy food, but it’s all about balance, and generally, people tend to eat more meat than is healthy and in particular, lots [...]

Good Fish Dish part 2

July 7, 2009 by Ange  

I made this last week for my mate Jules. It’s simple (I don’t really do difficult dishes) and she said it was delicious! I used SeaBass, which is on the MSC fish to eat list , but you could also use Mackerel fillets, Alaskan line-caught Salmon or Pollack. What you need, (as well as the [...]

Good fish dish

June 23, 2009 by Ange  

I saw the End of the Line on Sunday, the new documentary about the state of our seas. We’ve been over fishing and generally not looking after the oceans for too many years now and the estimates are that we will run out of fish by 2048. Certain fish we’re used to seeing on the [...]

Asparagus Nori Wraps

May 25, 2009 by Ange  

Asparagus is in season tasting as delicious as ever and ridiculously healthy and nutritious! For a vegetable they have a pretty good protein score and are a good source of fibre. Asparagus is high in vitamin K, vitamin A, folic acid and iron, lots of things that we nutritional therapists encourage you to eat. I’ve [...]

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