Simple main meal series starts here…… Serves 4 Preheat oven 180 2 small lemons 1.5kg chicken 2 red onions peeled and quartered 4 cloves garlic unpeeled 1 aubergine, 1 courgette, 1 pepper(or whatever you want to roast!) 12 new potatoes, or 2 sweet medium sweet potatoes(peeled and cut into large chunks), or small butternut […]Read more "Roasted Chicken with sundried tomato crust"
You’re going to love this! Green is good! And it tastes creamy and lovely! I have this for breakfast regularly and it is quick and easy to make and really packs a punch nutritionally-a great way to start the day! Makes about 450ml and Serves 2 or 1 if you’re going to be really busy […]Read more "Super antioxidant green smoothie!"
I love falafel but on my present ‘no legumes’ regime I’ve missed them, so here’s my take on a paleo, gluten, grain and legume-free version with lots of veggie, nut and seed goodness! I have to say the texture is really good, very reminiscent of chick peas, and the flavour is….well, falafel-like! Serves 4-5 Ingredients […]Read more "Baked Autumn Squash Falafel"
Well….thought I’d better keep you all up to date! I’ve just started a four year diploma functional medicine diploma in nutritional therapy at BCNH (here) in London-which is really exciting and challenging-and means I can’t give nutritional advice until I’m qualified! Hopefully this blog has never been about advice, more about my journey and maybe giving […]Read more "New seasons…..and fruit and nut bars"
so…..my little mitochondria are working again. So much so that I want to exercise until it hurts….and that’s a feeling I’ve not had for 20 years-very weird. I really want to raise some funds for OHC. They have the opportunity of a clinical trial treating 120 CFS sufferers using the same protocols that have brought […]Read more "Energy…..and gingerbread"
Gooseberries are here! (If you don’t like gooseberries you can make this with apples instead.) I love our British seasonal berries and this cake with its light sponge and piquant filling hits the spot! It would be great with cream as a dessert too. I like it slightly warm straight from the oven. Gooseberry Streusel […]Read more "Gooseberry Streusel Cake"
They’re in the oven! Can I write a post before they’re done?! Yes, I’m studying-chemistry and biology-so this is a break from fat metabolism. I realise that I left you in the lurch a few posts ago (those that are interested in the recovery journey anyway!). I’ve been treated by the Optimum Health Clinic since […]Read more "Study……and scotch eggs"