Things to consider when choosing good quality olive oil

Things to consider when choosing good quality olive oil Understanding what things to consider when choosing good quality olive oil takes the guess work out of the shopping.  After all, we all know that extra-virgin olive oil is good for us but how many of us know why? Olive Oil is packed with healthy fats that […]


Delicious recipes using cauliflower

Cauliflower isn’t the most exciting vegetable out there so I’ve chosen three delicious recipes using cauliflower to share with you. The first delicious recipe using cauliflower Cauliflower Pakora Cut the cauliflower into steaks and trim off the thick stalk. In a bowl, add 1 cup chick pea flour, grated ginger, teaspoon of turmeric, teaspoon of baking powder, pinch […]


Cashew cream

Cashew Cream One of the easiest and yummiest recipes I learn whilst in Costa Rica was cashew cream. I have used it for so many things since coming back. Yoghurt, being the main one and also as the ‘cheese’ for cheese cake. Simply submerge the cashew nuts in a bowl of cold water to cover them fully. […]


Healthy chocolate brownies – whats the secret?

Healthy chocolate brownies I recently spent some time in Costa Rica, on a plant based cooking retreat. Healthy chocolate brownies were just one of the many awesome recipes I learnt and which I’d like to share with you now. There are of course many more delicious recipes to write about, so keep popping in… What […]


Healthy sugar alternatives – they do exist

Do healthy sugar alternatives really exist? If you are anything like me, you may enjoy baking. I find it so satisfying to find a recipe that contains healthy sugar alternatives. To feed my family with cakes and sweet treats that are delicious and don’t contain refined white sugar is very important.         […]


Kids eat salad – It’s true!

Kids eat salad? Really! Kids eat salad. Kids love salad. Kids ask for salad. If you don’t agree with any of these sentences, there is something wrong with the salad. When I asked my my four year daughter what she’d like for lunch the other day, her answer was salad. A perfectly normal answer I […]


Letting go of food guilt through health coaching

Letting go of food guilt Mrs Foodie, (obviously not her real name) a lovely well respected artist in her early 60’s was riddled with guilt. Guilt over relationships, guilt over communication, guilt over past traumas, and above all food guilt. It’s amazing how we can move through life experiencing all its challenges. The twists and turns of dealing with something so fundamental like our […]


Where does my food come from?

Don’t you just love it when the simplest things are so brilliant? I had so much fun taking my 2 daughters to a farm in Worthing for them to pick their own fruits and veggies. It’s one thing saying to a 4 year old city girl that vegetables grow from the ground and fruit grows on […]


Bread – What exactly is real bread?

I often get asked what kind of bread I eat and realise more and more that bread can be a minefield for some people. There is also a common misunderstanding that many of us can’t actually eat bread, as we can’t stomach the wheat or start to believe we’re gluten intolerant. The truth is however, we can […]


Client success story – Mr Change

I have an amazing story to share. I have a client who I’ve been coaching for 7 months now. Lets call him Mr Change (obviously he will remain anonymous). He came to me with eating issues having been diagnosed with anorexia 4 years ago. Throughout our work together, we un-covered many of the mysteries around […]