Monthly Archives: February 2020

  1. February 24, 2020

    Keto Low Carb Fluffy Pancakes

    Following a keto diet this Pancake Day? Then you don’t need to miss out with this low carb keto pancake recipe. The combination of almond and coconut flour ensures you get a perfect fluffy pancake that all the family will enjoy.... Read more »

  2. February 18, 2020

    The Five Of Hearts

    Naturally-Occurring waxy substance cholesterol comes in two forms, good and bad. Good cholesterol is carried around the body by high-density lipoproteins (HDL) and is simply swept away after use. Bad cholesterol, transported by low-density lipoproteins (LDL), can be deposited in arteries, restricting blood flow, causing coronary heart disease and at worst a heart attack.... Read more »

  3. February 13, 2020

    A Picture Of Wellbeing!

    Take a look inside the new Grape Tree store in Chester and what you see is a sheer picture of wellbeing. Not just because of the vast range of wholefoods, the health-boosting promise of nuts, seeds and fruits from around the globe and the prospect of great tastes and flavours.... Read more »

  4. February 13, 2020

    How Brazils boost the health of the Amazon…as well as ours!

    Eating a Brazil nut might seem like just a simple pleasure that happens to have some real health benefits......But could it also be an act that helps save one of the greatest natural environments on earth, the Amazon jungle.... Read more »

  5. February 13, 2020

    It’s Gluten Free Baking... By Gum!

    Fifty years ago, we did not know it even existed but today Xanthan Gum is claiming space in an ever-increasing number of store cupboards. It is a thickener that can replace gluten in baking and keep animal products out of vegetarian and vegan recipes for everything from sauces and soups to ice cream.... Read more »

  6. February 13, 2020

    The Brazil NUTrients

    A handful of 12-14 nuts (40g) has 5.6g of protein and 3g of fibre and an impressive range of minerals. There is more than half your daily requirement for both magnesium and phosphorous. Magnesium is vital for bone health, the nervous system and controlling inflammation. Phosphorous is also important for bones (and teeth) and in addition, helps release energy from food

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  7. February 13, 2020

    The Feast from The East

    A member of the mulberry and fig family Jackfruit is a native of south-west India but has moved on to the East Indies, Malaysia and many other parts of the world.... Read more »

  8. February 13, 2020

    The Good Hair Day Diet! Healthy Eating From The Top Down

    If you are having a bad hair day it may well be an early warning that there is something wrong with your diet. Our hair reacts extremely quickly to deficiencies in what we are eating. Hair cells are the second fastest-growing part of the body (the first is bone marrow) and as such they rapidly begin to suffer if they are denied their essentials.

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  9. February 13, 2020

    Ways to Eat Almonds

    Almonds are one of the best food sources of Vitamin E the antioxidant linked to fighting heart disease as well as keeping skin and eyes healthy and supporting the immune system. They are packed with unsaturated fats which helps reduce “bad” cholesterol and maintain the good variety. Eating a handful of nuts daily has been shown to dramatically reduce the risk of heart disease and early death.

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  10. February 13, 2020

    Cranberry And Oat Biscuits

    Why not show that special someone how much you care with these deliciously sweet and fruity oat biscuits. You can be as creative as you like and change the add-in ingredients to your favourites like chocolate chips or chopped nuts.... Read more »

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