Kale, Potato and Lentil Soup

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Serves 4   Ingredients 2 tbsp coconut oil 2 onions thinly sliced 2 leeks thinly sliced (use white part only)  2 medium potatoes cubed 1/2 cup (115g) puy or green lentils 200 g curly kale finely chopped 3 pints water 4 tsp bouillion powder  Freshly ground pepper Instructions Heat the oil in a pan and fry the … Continued

Soup Recipes

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  Always remember, all meals (including soup) should be a combination of good quality protein, slow releasing carbs and healthy fats!  If you’re not sure if you’re getting the balance right or know what’s what, contact me to book in … Continued

Juice / Smoothie Recipes

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Avocado, Kale & Pineapple Juice Berry & Chia Smoothie Honey & Lemon Soother Red Mist Beetroot Smoothie There is a lot of confusion about whether juices are good for you but it really depends on what you put in it. … Continued

Sleep Deprivation – The Real Price We Pay

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I was delighted to be invited into KFM Radio’s station today to discuss the importance of sleep and how it is often overlooked. Most people are aware of changes they need to make to their exercise routine or diet but few … Continued

Have Yourself a Stressfree Little Christmas

Love it or hate it, Christmas can be a very stressful time of the year for both the body and mind.  We get caught up in a flurry of parties and shopping and are swept away on a festive high.  … Continued

Should women be entitled to period leave?

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When Bristol-based Coexist, introduced a policy under which female workers, will be allowed to call in sick when they are menstruating, Journalist Arlene Harris asked me to contribute to an article she was writing for the Irish Examiner on how … Continued