Protein powder ideas for lunch & dinner | Beyond smoothies 2

By | September 15th, 2017|Dinner, Food, Foodie Friday, In remission, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Lunch, Recipes, Snacks, vitamins and minerals|

Here are some protein powder ideas for lunch and dinner, following on from last week ‘s suggestions for breakfast. It doesn’t just have to be a shake or smoothie. […]

Using protein powder for breakfast | Beyond smoothies 1

By | September 8th, 2017|Breakfast, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes|

Maybe you struggle with your protein intake and use protein powder in shakes or smoothies for breakfast. Today I’ll show you a few different ways to use protein powder for breakfast, to give you a bit of variety.  […]

Immune booster | Curried lentils recipe | Foodie Friday

By | September 1st, 2017|Dinner, disease prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, Immune system, In remission, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Lunch, Recipes, vitamins and minerals|

Several of my clients are dealing with viruses right now.  Today’s recipe is, therefore, one to boost the immune system.  Apart from that, it’s delicious,  so anyone can enjoy it! […]

Sriracha roasted chickpeas recipe | Foodie Fridays

By | August 25th, 2017|Basics, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

This is a lovely, spiced roasted chickpea recipe. I find it is even popular with those who don’t normally like eating beans and chickpeas (which in my experience, tends to be the guys!)  […]

Haloumi, fig, and avocado salad | A great way to try haloumi cheese

By | August 18th, 2017|Dinner, Food, Foodie Friday, Lunch, Recipes|

Haloumi cheese is very popular in the UK. In fact, if you read a UK vegetarian magazine, you’ll begin to think it should be re-titled haloumitarian!  In contrast, in the US very few people have heard of it or tried it. Whether it is new to you, or an old favorite, this is a lovely seasonal salad recipe to try.  […]

Cow versus goat versus sheep milk | How do the diary milks compare?

By | August 15th, 2017|Food, vitamins and minerals|

While cows milk is the highest seller in the US and UK, in other parts of the world, goat milk is the preferred choice.  We can now get sheep’s milk and sheep milk products. How do they differ from each other?  […]

Baked sweet potato chips recipe | Foodie Fridays

By | August 11th, 2017|Basics, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

On Tuesday we looked at the differences between regular potatoes and sweet potatoes. As sweet potatoes won in the nutritious stakes, here’s a recipe to encourage you to eat them! You may have tried making sweet potato chips before, only to have them burn.  This recipe cooks them more slowly so they crispen nicely without burning.  (For those in the UK – these are crisps!). […]

You say potato, I say sweet potato! Is the nutritional content more important than the individual eating it?

By | August 8th, 2017|Biomarkers, detoxification, disease prevention, Food, nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics, vitamins and minerals|

Today we are going to look at the differences between the nutritional content of regular potatoes compared to sweet potatoes. And then take a look at the individual eating it. The importance of the person is all too often neglected. Personalized nutrition looks at the individual, the food, and more.   […]

Vegetable tourism, and other wonderful ideas from Pam Warhurst

By | August 4th, 2017|Cancer prevention, Community, disease prevention, Food|

I attach an incredible talk by Pam Warhurst.  Take some time out to listen and be inspired.  As she says, it’s about more than growing edible plants, it’s about growing people. […]

Coffee, gene polymorphisms, and heart attack risk

By | August 1st, 2017|detoxification, disease prevention, Food, nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics|

We all know people who can drink coffee late at night and still sleep soundly. Then there are those who can hardly tolerate half a cup of coffee. This range of effects is influenced by variations in a gene (polymorphisms), that affect the speed of caffeine metabolism. But these polymorphisms may affect more than just sleep and the jitters. Studies are finding that they may affect the risk of heart attack. […]

Creamy avocado spinach dip | Foodie Friday recipe

By | July 28th, 2017|Basics, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks, vitamins and minerals|

Fancy adding a few extra nutrients to your guacamole recipe? Try this creamy avocado spinach dip. […]

Nutritional Genomics | Why we need to know nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics

By | July 25th, 2017|Food, nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics, Research|

Nutrition research has traditionally focused on the assumption that all individuals have the same nutritional requirements, (although some distinction has been made for children and men vs. women). Nowadays, more and more researchers are studying nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics to see if, instead, we can create personalized nutrition for the individual.  Let’s see what this is all about. […]

Kale or spinach: Which should I eat? Both! Move over superfoods, variety is king.

By | July 21st, 2017|Food, Foodie Friday, vitamins and minerals|

What is better, kale or spinach? It’s a common question. People are trying to eat their greens and want the best for their buck. So which is it? […]

Raw Broccoli Bites | Great detoxification balancer

By | July 14th, 2017|detoxification, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

Eating raw broccoli is a great support for detoxification. Yet many people often struggle to find ways to enjoy raw broccoli. These little broccoli bites are perfect. […]

Chickpea Mediterranean Salad | Eat like the Blue Zones

By | July 7th, 2017|Cancer prevention, disease prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Lifestyle Medicine, Lunch, Recipes|

This is a quick, easy, throw together, nourishing recipe.   […]

“Doctor in the House” stewed apple recipe for immune tolerance

By | June 30th, 2017|Basics, Cancer prevention, disease prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

In Tuesday’s blog post, we learned about the Michael Ash paper on the benefits of stewed apples. If you’ve been watching Doctor in the House on BBC with Dr. Chattergee, this was one of the treatments that they used in the second series. […]

Using stewed apples as a therapeutic food | Reduce inflammation and improve immunity

By | June 27th, 2017|disease prevention, Food, Immune system, In remission, In treatment, Recipes, Research|

My last few blog posts have all been about apples. Therapeutically, the most common way I recommend apples in my practice is as stewed apples. If you have been watching the BBC TV programme Doctor in the House, this might all sound very familiar as Dr. Chattergee uses this approach in episode 4 of series 2.  Let’s look at what beneficial effects eating stewed apples can have on the body. […]

Curly apple, poppy seed salad | Foodie Friday spiralized

By | June 23rd, 2017|Dinner, Food, Foodie Friday, Lunch, Recipes|

For those of you who don’t like leafy greens as salads, here’s an alternative with apples. (Yes – this one’s for you, dad!)  […]

Noodled apple breakfast bowl | Foodie Fridays

By | June 16th, 2017|Breakfast, Cancer prevention, disease prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, In remission, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Recipes|

Noodled apples?  Doesn’t that sound like a happy dish!  It’s the same as spiralized apples. Many people with spiralizers don’t ever use them on apples however.  So here’s a noodled apple breakfast bowl recipe for you to try.  Hardly a recipe really – but a great way to start the day. […]

Mulberry sweetened raw chocolate | Foodie Friday

By | June 9th, 2017|Basics, Cancer prevention, Food, Foodie Friday, In remission, In treatment, Just diagnosed, Just finished treatment, Recipes, Snacks|

Dried mulberries seem to be readily available in the stores nowadays. They are less sweet than a lot of other dried fruits so I thought I’d try using them to sweeten some raw chocolate.  […]

Omega 3 raw chocolate recipe | Foodie Fridays

By | June 2nd, 2017|Basics, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

 Today I am going to show you how to make some raw chocolate with no sugar. It’s sweetened with a tiny amount of liquid stevia instead. And it has lots of omega 3 fats in it too. Get ready! […]

Purple potato stacks recipe | Foodie Friday

By | May 26th, 2017|Basics, Dinner, Food, Foodie Friday, Lunch, Recipes, Snacks|

I never buy regular potatoes, but love the blue/purple potatoes. Here’s an easy recipe that can be a side dish or a snack – and is gluten free and dairy free. […]

No added sugar, strawberry jam recipe | Thickened with chia seeds

By | May 19th, 2017|Basics, Breakfast, Desserts, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

Where I live, the first spring strawberries are now available directly from the farmer. When you’ve bought too many, and they are no longer quite at their peak, try making this quick and no added sugar strawberry jam to make them last longer. […]

AHA! | Have an aha moment anytime of the day: Apple, hemp, & almonds

By | May 12th, 2017|Basics, Breakfast, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes, Snacks|

This is a quick three-ingredient dish that is perfect any time of the day. I eat it for breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner, ….you get the picture. Let’s get making it. […]

Paleo granola recipe with flowers | Low carb, paleo, gluten free

By | May 5th, 2017|Breakfast, Food, Foodie Friday|

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve shared a couple of oat-based granola recipes. Today I have a grainless granola recipe for those who don’t do well with grains or prefer to eat paleo – or just want to give it a try to change things up! […]

Prize-winning marmalade granola recipe | Foodie Friday

By | April 28th, 2017|Breakfast, Food, Foodie Friday|

Today I’ll share my prize-winning marmalade granola recipe.  Give it a try and see if you think it’s a winner. […]

Cow and goat milk estrogen levels | Does it matter?

By | April 25th, 2017|Breast cancer, Food, prostate cancer, Research|

Elevated estrogen metabolites in the body are seen to be associated with certain cancers, including prostate, ovarian, and breast cancers.  One potential dietary source of these metabolites that is commonly consumed is milk. Let’s look at how cow and goat milk vary in their estrogen levels.   […]

Simple and quick, no added sugar granola recipe | Foodie Friday

By | April 21st, 2017|Breakfast, Food, Foodie Friday, Recipes|

I have several different granola recipes that I make – but most are based on one versatile recipe template.  I’ll share the template and show you a quick and easy one to get started with. The recipe can be simplified to only two ingredients! […]

2017 Updated Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen fruits and vegetables

By | April 14th, 2017|Food, Foodie Friday|

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) have updated their Dirty Dozen™ and Clean Fifteen™ list for 2017.  What’s changed? […]

Kombucha – cocktail and soda pop alternative? | Foodie Friday

By | April 7th, 2017|Food, Foodie Friday, Uncategorized|

Kombucha. Kom-boo-cha. I have to admit that I resisted trying kombucha because I didn't like the name. It was intimidating to me. The name made me think it would taste bad. Like drinking liquefied nastiness or medicine. I didn’t even [...]

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