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Make your own elderflower cordial

We love this simple recipe for making your own elderflower cordial. Right time of year now!! 25-30 elderflower heads 2 lemons 1 liter water 1 kg sugar (demerara or cane sugar preferably) 2 tablespoons citric acid Rinse the flower heads and put them in a big pot. Wash the lemons and cut them into slices. […]

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Fed up with your eczema

Eczema can be so difficult to treat! And then other times, people experience great relief using a specific cream or taking a specific supplement. Other people need to cut out dairy and wow, what a change! All worth trying…. and it can be a bit of trial and error. Also make sure to have as […]

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Gluten free, dairy free chocolate cake

Leading up to our nutritionist Amy’s demo on Friday 5th June, we love this gluten free, dairy free chocolate cake mix from Bob’s Red Mill. Some left in the shop at half price due to short best before date so I took one home to bake and the flavour!! It is full of flavour and […]

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Is a Paleo diet good for my child?

Many people have adopted a Paleo way of eating, either for successful sustained weight loss or just because they feel better on it. The idea is to eat like our Paleolithic ancestors, with lots of protein, no processed foods and a limited amount of grains like wheat. A well-thought-out Paleo diet is not restrictive and […]

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Lorisian blood test price changes

Changes to our Lorisian blood test prices  We have recently permanently changed the price of our Lorisian blood test, find links to each of the products below for purchase; Why get a food intolerance test ? The answer to that is easy because if you ever feel discomfort and have tried to change […]

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Morning rice pudding – recipe

Serves two children 100 g short-grain brown rice* 500ml milk, or soya milk* 350ml water 50g raisins* 1/2 vanilla pod, with the seeds scraped out and retained* 1 tbsp honey* 1 tbsp pear & apple fruit spread (2 tbsp if you want to replace the honey)* Rinse the rice in a sieve under cold running […]

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Herbs and spices

Cinnamon Few aromas are quite as seductive, or as warmly enveloping, as that of cinnamon, the fragrant bark of the eponymous tropical tree. Just half a teaspoon added to cakes, biscuits or puddings fills the kitchen with an intoxicating scent guaranteed to stimulate the appetite and raise the spirits. One of the most versatile spices, […]

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Easiyo yogurt

Homemade Satisfaction You know that everything tastes better when you make it yourself. Making EasiYo is so satisfying, and what’s more, it’s so EASY. All you do is mix an EasiYo yogurt sachet with water, put it in the EasiYo Yogurt Maker and in a matter of hours you’ve created 1kg of the freshest most […]

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Udo’s for health

Weight management Working with your body, Udo’s Choice ultimate Blend offers excellent support for weight loss plans. The EFAs in Udo’s Choice will make your body switch over to burning fat as its preferred energy source, using up your stored “reserves”, as well as slowing the energy release of any meals you have it with, […]

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Spiced Parsnip Cake

This cake is not too sweet and is perfect for January when the parsnips are still abundant locally. Ingredients: 120 g Doves Farm Gluten Free Plain White Flour Blend (or last time I used the Gluten Free White Self-Raising Flour Blend as run out of the other type) 90 g gluten free porridge oats 2 […]

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