Sinéad from wholefoods recipe blog Delalicious has become a great friend since my move to Ireland and I was absolutely thrilled (and unsurprised) when she told me earlier this year that she had gone and got herself a book deal through her beautiful blog. Sinéad shares with us a tasty cashew bite recipe from her new book.
Last year I quit my full-time job to start working for myself. Working for yourself basically means any hour the universe gives you could be used for working. Here are some things that have happened as a consequence of me becoming an entrepreneur, and they're NOT healthy...
Earlier this month I was invited to a lunch by Arla Fibre to learn more about how they're helping the nation plug the fibre gap in their diets. We should all be getting 30g fibre a day, but most only reach around 17g. Read on to find out more...
I saw my aunt recently at a family get-together and she was telling me how supportive she was of my blog. “But realistically I’m never going to make any of your food. It’s full of weird ingredients isn’t it?” Cue my heart sinking. Healthy eating doesn't have to be about foods you've never heard of!
This blog post is a copy of all the amazing resources I collected together after getting sucked in to the concept of a yeast free diet. If you've found this page whilst searching for information on yeast free and anti-candida diets you are in the right place.
I really hate food waste. It’s something I’ve been brought up really considering and it’s been a bug bear of mine ever since. However. I think there is also a negative and slightly dark side to food waste which I never really see anyone addressing.
I feel like the whole world has been making their own Bounty bars lately, and I needed to get in on the action. The result is a super tasty bar which I am so excited to have a stack of in the freezer now. I went for 3 limes for serious zing.
At the beginning of the year the Health Bloggers Community (HBC) launched their Reclaim Your Day Off campaign and I was lucky enough to be at their opening event. I wanted to share the take-away points I took from the session which I thought you could all really benefit from too. I know a lot of what she said really stuck with me.
I put a hot chocolate recipe in my blog schedule for today (5th March) and thought I was being a bit stupid leaving it so late. Little did I know that it would actually come at the perfect time - as the snow has been pouring down in the last few days it was the ideal time to have a go at perfecting this recipe.
At the start of the year I interview Samantha Blamires from new blog Nutrition Unwrapped. Sam is a qualified dietitian and her blog aims to give her readers trustworthy information about nutrition written in bitesize, accessible chunks which are easy to digest (no pun intended!). In this follow-up mini blog post I give registered dietitian Sam some quick fire questions for more nutrition nuggets of wisdom: