Super Spice

You’ve probably read stuff about Turmeric in the papers recently. Turmeric is the spice that gives curry its yellow colour. It has been used in India for thousands of years as a spice and medicinal herb. And Forever Living launched a joint supplement recently called Forever Move that is based on Turmeric and Egg Shell… Continue reading Super Spice

Happy Meal

Nope, I’m not actually talking about that one from the big fast food chain (even though it makes Jana very happy to get one of those as a treat). No I’m actually talking about foods that make you happy. Ever heard of those? My first thought on this was chocolate as I am sure it… Continue reading Happy Meal

Out of the frying pan…

With all the choice out there – what oil should we be cooking with? I had no idea really, so I decided to do some research – and share it with you! I’m sure I’m not the only one that wants to avoid harmful side effects from cooking with the wrong oil… And it looks… Continue reading Out of the frying pan…

Why rabbits don’t wear glasses…

Well they eat carrots! Everyone knows that right? But what has that to do with glasses and eye sight? When I attended a training on nutrition and supplements I was surprised to hear that we need specific vitamins and minerals to offset the damaging blue lights we use every day in our technology heavy age.… Continue reading Why rabbits don’t wear glasses…

The Wet Stuff

I was pondering what to write this week’s blog about and as I was filling up the dog bowl it occurred to me that water would be a good topic. Especially as it’s lovely and hot at the moment and you are all hopefully having plenty of the wet stuff (drinking it as well as… Continue reading The Wet Stuff

What’s on your plate?

At a recent nutrition and supplement information evening a school nurse pointed out that they no longer use the Eat Well Guide the Public Health of England published last year (well they revised it last year). The reason for that being that it is too carb heavy. So I thought, time to look at this… Continue reading What’s on your plate?