A natural approach to endometriosis & chronic fatigue
Quick, simple & easy, these raw vegan energy balls are a handy on-the-go snack. Packed with nutrients, protein, fibre and healthy fats, the sweetness comes 100% from dates, so no refined sugars or syrups. This helps to stabilise blood sugar levels, giving you a more sustained source of energy.read more
Don’t be put off at the thought of making your own falafels, burgers and such. Yes, it’s more work than buying them pre-made, but not that much work. I just lob all of the falafel ingredients into a blender and now you just have to coat and cook them. Getting hands-on with your food is a great way to reconnect with the fundamentals of life and I find it quite peaceful, a bit like mediating-in-movement. Or put on some music and have fun.read more
If you’ve ever struggled with vegetarian or vegan food as a standalone, main meal in itself (as opposed to just “without the meat”), look to middle eastern and North African foods.read more
Japenese-style food is amazing as it’s cooked light and fast which helps to retain nutrients and is packed with some seriously potent ingredients such as coriander, lime, garlic and lots of ginger – and that’s before all of the vegetables.read more
Pasta has always been a quick fix, but the combination of grains and dairy can leave you feeling heavy and sluggish. Enter zucchini pasta (or courgette as we call it here in the UK). With a handheld spiralizer (which you can pick on Amazon for very little), you can make yourself this green pasta. Pesto is traditionally made in pestle and mortar – this is a quick version, all you need to do is chuck the ingredients into a blender and you’re good to go. You can even eat this raw.read more
I love a cooked breakfast (at any time of the day), but what I love, even more, is when a non-vegan raves about a vegan meal (in this case, my husband has given it his seal of approval). I’m not a militant, it’s just that veggie or vegan meals can be really hard to grasp for a lot of people. This recipe has lots of tasty elements – dill is perhaps my most favourite herb, avocado lightens and brightens everything up and yet another use for sweet potatoes!read more
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