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This, my friends, is a recipe that I hold very close to my heart. It's stood me well - with laughter and love during the early days with hubby during 70s, through late night's with a crying bub in the 80s, through even longer days with two young ones during the 90s, an...

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is so reliable, she’s always there when I need her, she’s supportive, not demanding and she’s so very giving.

Yarrow is my favourite herb, well, one of my favourites, along with chamomile and mugwort and a whole host of others.

Why do I love...

Recently I was given a lovely big bunch of home grown parsley from a dear patient and friend of mine. The parsley looked and smelt so delicious that I wanted to find a recipe that really made it the star, and this is what I came up with – a delicious parsley seafood so...

More? More what? Well, whatever it is that you want more of.

It is good to set goals for ourselves, to have something to move forward to but often we don’t know how to achieve our goals or how to put into action the necessary steps to make them happen.


Writing down your...

Muscles are like the scaffolding for our bodies – keeping our foundations, or skeleton, protected from all sorts of things. Losing muscle, however, is a natural part of ageing. In fact, as we age, we lose about 3-5% of muscle mass every 10 years. BUT that doesn’t mean...

‘Antioxidants’ and ‘free radicals’ – they’re terms that are thrown around in the media a lot these days, but what do they actually mean? Think of antioxidants as the good guys and free radicals as the baddies. Antioxidants protect our cells against the damage that free...

How to minimise your exposure to toxins:

1. First up – do as much as you can from the suggestions here and don’t worry about the things you can’t do. In my book, worry can be toxic too. It never solved a problem or changed one; action does that – not the worry.

2. Start...

I’m a big fan of spices and they make an entrance into just about every dinner I cook! What are my favourite spices? Keep reading to find out!

1. Cinnamon

Who doesn’t love cinnamon? It’s a versatile spice that can be used in both savoury and sweet dishes, from breakfast...

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