Seasonal Living

Sep 8 2019

Seasonal foods for Autumn

If you suffer from IBS, asthma, a reoccurring cough, a skin condition such as eczema or any mental health challenges such as anxiety or depression then autumn is the perfect time for you to address your health challenges, instead of living with the same pain or problems that you may have had for years. Autumn…

May 19 2019

Halloumi, Cauliflower and Beetroot salad

In Spring it’s important to be eating more raw foods, foods that grow up give us more energy whilst autumn foods that grow down are more grounding. So eating these types of foods means we are tuning into the the natural rhythms of the season. Avocados are beautifully rich in good fats that hydrate our…

Dec 11 2018

How to NOT get ill this Christmas

I’m writing this from the comfort of my kitchen with my heating on, it’s a cold wet day outside and you can feel the Winter solstice isn’t far away. This year it will arrive on Friday 21st December and it’s known as the shortest day or mid-winter. There is so much to enjoy about this…

Jun 13 2018

Summer solstice 21st June

The summer solstice simply means the longest day of the year…already! Depending where you are in the UK you will enjoy between 16-18 hours of sunlight on 21st June 2018. It’s a wonderful day to celebrate as people have done for thousands of years and give thanks to the sun for what it provides for…

Dec 6 2017

Cancel the diet this January

Winter, it’s a time for cosying up in front of fires, going on long walks, spending time with loved ones. It’s also an important time to rest, reflect, be quiet, become more withdrawn and to get more sleep. All to replenish ourself ahead of the higher energy times of Spring and Summer. Looking at the…