If you've read my latest blog post on red meat, you're hopefully feeling reassured that including some red meat in your diet is actually OK, and not something you need to cut out for health reasons. On that note, here's a recipe for you to try. The lamb chops in this recipe are topped with … Continue reading Lamb Chops with Cauliflower and Quinoa
This recipe emerged when I arrived home hungry and opened the fridge to find a salmon fillet and a drawer full of green vegetables! It's fast (10 minutes), it's fresh and you'll score 3 serves of veggies. Simple double up the quantities to serve 2. This is a low carb dish, so if you're coming back from the gym or a … Continue reading Simple Salmon with Green Vegetable Broth
For thousands of years turmeric has been used in Indian and Ayurvedic medicine to treat cuts, sprains and swelling. Around the 1940’s, scientists worked out that the anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial benefits were down to curcumin – the pigment in turmeric responsible for it’s bright golden hue. So far so good. Turmeric or curcumin? The problem however, is harnessing … Continue reading Can a daily teaspoon of turmeric help prevent cancer?