How to normalise sugar again

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I spoke here about how sugar is not all bad.  As with anything in life, it is much more about context than sugar in itself. It is also important to recognise that we do not eat sugar in isolation, how many times have you eaten sugar straight from the bag? Exactly! Our diets are made […]

reframing fear

How can you reframe fear?

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I don’t know about you, but I have always been terrified of needles. It stems back to when I had to have several blood tests in one go as a child. The nurse struggled to get what she needed and I was left bruised and traumatised. I am not going to lie, it has been creating […]

flatbread recipe

Flatbread recipe

Posted Posted in Recipes

My boys and I love bread so we decided to make these really quick and simple flatbreads to accompany our Keema curry recently. We hope you love them also. They are actually really versatile and make great pizza bases or are great with kebabs too. And the best thing is, the kids can do most […]

Keema Curry Recipe

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Who loves a good curry? We definitely do in this house, especially a Keema! The best thing about a Keema is that it is so versatile. So, we had this with rice, poppadoms, and roast veggies first time round. The following night we had it with cumin roasted potatoes then a few days later (when […]

Podcast Episode – Avoiding Panic When Things Don’t Go As You’d Hoped

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In this episode, we discuss a common scenario. You’re doing everything “right” but whatever measure of progress you’re using doesn’t seem to reflect your hard work. For many of us, that’s the number on the scale. We have a tendency to react when things aren’t progressing as we’d hoped by trying to make aggressive changes […]