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We live in a physical world, in our human bodies, and we need to have balance. We are always hearing about how we are spiritual beings having a human experience. In order to have this experience and enjoy it to the full, we need to look after both sides. The physical and the emotional. We need balance. We are human.…

  This is the season for soup making. Every TV cook has a selection of great new recipes for amazingly nourishing soups, so inspiration is easy to find. I am often looking for a couple of new ones each winter season, but they always pare down to the same base. It's just the spices you add that make them different.…

It's not just for one day, this Christmas lark. It should extend through the whole season of Yule. The increased shopping frenzy and the worry if we have enough cheese in the fridge is just all-consuming. No wonder people feel the stress much more at this time of year. Christmas comes every year and every year I feel the same…

It wasn't until I started skiing in Austria that I discovered the joys of raw fermented sauerkraut. Every day with the second course salad I would pile up raw cabbage and enjoy every mouthful. It was just like coleslaw without the mayo, but I didn't realise exactly how good it was for me until I returned and did some research.…

I was converted to muesli after a ski holiday to Austria earlier in the year. You could just add all the extra bits you liked and grind a  selection of seeds in a lovely wooden spice mill making it kind of special. After a few weeks of being back home the novelty had worn off a bit, and there's no…

Yep, let's discuss poop. I've always been a three times a day girl. In the morning. If I only go twice, that's ok. If just the once I feel unfinished, and heaven help us if I don't go at all. Major grumpiness! Constipation can be a problem for many with varying degrees of blockage, and us Brits hate talking about…

Having spent a week in Austria I have been inspired by the simple but also complex breakfast that is muesli. I've always liked porridge in the winter as a filling warming breakfast, but as spring moves in, my need for a warming breakfast moves out. I tend then to resort to spelt toast, which doesn't really fill me up enough.…

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