Archive for the ‘Nourishment’ Category

Mindful Eating for Happiness @ Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa

Mindful Eating has been shown to support effective weight loss, settle digestive issues, enhance a positive relationship with food, and to bring a sense of calm into busy hearts and minds. On this one day course you can learn how to combine Mindful Eating with foods and nutrients known to support serotonin pathways and hence happiness,…

Just Eat It: Pursuit of Perfection as a False Ideal

How often are you aware that you are hard on yourself because you failed to do something perfectly? Do you acknowledge how damaging this pursuit of perfection can be? In this world obsessed by perfect looks, where consumer & supermarket demands rule our global food supply chain, a new documentary claims that over 40% of the…

How to Eat Your 7 A Day

Now that  we are being advised to eat 7 portions of fruit & vegetables per day, we are more in line with many other countries around the world.  In Canada it is between 7 and 10 portions per day, whilst America’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends between 5 and 13 portions per day, depending who we are and…

Mindful Approaches to Nutritional Change (Practitioner training)

By supporting a mindful approach to our clients’ relationships with food and with themselves we are supporting a fundamental element of their ability to heal.  This one day course for Health Professionals by Katie Sheen, Founder of Soul Nutrition & Astro Brain Tumour Fund will explore Individuality & creativity in clinical practice Key mentoring & coaching skills…

Can Vegetables give you more Energy?

The word vegetable comes from the Latin vegetābilis meaning “animating”, from vegetāre meaning “to enliven”, and from vegēre meaning “to excite” – not the first words that spring to mind for many people, but could eating more of these fabulous plant foods really make you feel more lively? We all know that eating vegetables is good for us – but…

Easy Fish & Gluten Free ‘Pasta’ Recipe

Looking for a gluten free pasta alternative?  Why settle for something that is trying to be pasta when you can use more interesting things instead? For this recipe I have put a frozen cod fillet into an ovenproof dish, poured some passata over the top then added chopped olives, jalapenos & anchovies (save the oil that the…