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Health benefits of eating; Bananas

My favourite fruit and…honestly? It’s my favourite food! I don’t think I could last a week without a banana, trust me. We’ve been in a state of deprivation without these for a few days and I was going loopy. There’s something so satisfying about a sweet startchy carb that can fill you up in less […] Read more…

Cranberries, what are the health benefits?

The health benefits of Cranberries

A Christmas staple but they’re great all year round! What’s the sweet gem got going for it? A tonne of health benefits that’s what! Cranberries are no longer a drink to soothe irritational and inflammation, it’s actually a pretty great health food too. So I’m promoting it to a grocery item must-have. As far as […] Read more…

Best Foods to eat to avoid getting sick

Best Foods to Eat (and What to Avoid) When You Get Sick

Rick, from TopStretch.com has really saved my bacon this week. He’s swooped in to offer some brilliant advice on what foods you can eat to avoid getting sick. A huge issue at this time of year! He’s also,  very kindly, included a guide on foods to eat whilst you’re ill. Something I had covered previously […] Read more…

The good food show (winter) Summary

The good food show is a pinnacle for any foodie, they come around twice a year and throw on a lavish array of new foods, new drinks and celebrity chefs. Indulge the senses and dive into anything you fancy. This year I was allocated a space as part of the press, one of my vices […] Read more…

Dealing with Chronic Nausea

I’ve been ill for well over a week now and it’s starting to get tedious. When you’re tired and ill even the smallest tasks begin to wear you down. I have had aches and pains and nausea, reducing my caloric intake and reducing my energy. I’ve been trying to explain what it feels like to […] Read more…

My Nan – Dealing with Dementia

We take things for granted, that’s for certain. Life especially. I think we get to a point in life where we start to regret things we haven’t done or achieved. Not my nan, she’s a powerhouse. She’s never really spoken about her life, ever so often she’ll speak about her years as a ballerina or […] Read more…

Diagnosing an intollerance – Do you have one?

Intolerances come in different shapes and sizes and recognising whether you have one might not be as straight forward as you think… Diagnosing an intolerance is not step one. Before finding out what your intolerance is, you need to know whether you have one. Personally, I believe it’s beneficial for everyone to find out whether they […] Read more…

Dealing with metatarsalgia (stone bruising)

Ow ow ow! Stone bruises are not fun! Try as you may to reduce your chance of injury sometimes it just ‘happens’, last week it happened to me. I had bought some new trainers for my runs as my old pink ones (may the rest in peace) were battered and the insoles had completely fallen out. […] Read more…

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