Author Archives: Heather

9 expert tips to sure our (often temperamental) hormones stay nicely balanced

The lovely Lisa from Nourish For Life is back once again, bringing us her top lifestyle and diet tips for promoting female hormonal balance! Enjoy x Increase your intake of Cruciferous Vegetables – Add plenty of broccoli and cauliflower into your diet to support oestrogen balance and flood the body with high levels of B […]

Old Fashioned (and seriously Tasty) Beef Stew

There are some upsides to the winter season. Tucking into a deliciously hearty pot of simple, lovingly old fashioned beef stew is what those long, cold evenings are all about. There’s no bells or whistles in this recipe, just tasty beef, vegetables with some bone broth added in to help seal in and enhance the […]

Top tips on how to treat colds and flu ‘the natural way’

Cold and flu season is well and truly here. Most of us don’t like piling our bodies with tablets when we’re smothering; it often merely masks symptoms. As well as building up your immunity throughout the season, there are other things you can do. We have compiled a few natural tips for fighting infections; simple […]

5 Tips To Help Strengthen Your Immune System During Winter

Winter is upon us. That means we’re going to be feeling the strain as our bodies adapt to the changing season. It’s important to keep a strong and balanced immune system to avoid infections, so we can feel like the best versions of ourselves. Here, we have five top tips to follow to (hopefully!) stop […]

Part Two: My Road to Better Gut Health by Ciara Hickey

Woman's feet walking down the middle of the road

The very lovely Ciara from @LegallyFit_ has just completed her six weeks ‘Eat Yourself Happy’ course, in conjunction with ourselves,  WellFest and The Happy Gut Clinic. Completing a six-week course, with a focus on gut health, along with unlimited Sadie’s Kitchen Comforting Chicken Bone Broth, Ciara told us she “feels on top of the world!” But don’t take our word […]

Moreish German Goulash!

Goulash in a cast iron pan, shot from overhead.

It wouldn’t be much of a World Cup Kitchen without an appearance from champions Germany, where we’re rustling up a captivating goulash. From its origins in Hungary, it spread across eastern and central Europe over thousands of years, where there are dozens of local varieties. One common ingredient, including in this German take on the […]