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Tea Novo is a nutritional therapist
Tea Novo is a nutritional therapist

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Spring Pizza with Cauliflower Base
Everybody loves pizza! Gluten free pizza is
a tricky thing to make – gluten free flour will not stretch and usually xanthan
gum, gear gum or arrow root are added to make it more elastic. For this recipe I have decided to abandon
gluten free flour and make t...
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Hot Cross Buns
Over the next couple weeks Britain will be indulging in a fair amount of sugar and chocolate festive food. Kids just love chocolate Easter bunnies and eggs... and hot cross buns. I'm still working on my bunny moulds and the perfect sugar free chocolate with...
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Bounty Squares
When I was a child this
used to be my favorite cake. I still get excited at the thought of biting into
an indulgent combination of chocolate and coconut, so satisfying and completely
addictive. I think these luscious squares are even better cold,
when the c...
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Eating Well on £60 per Week
My patients often
complain that they cannot afford to eat healthy food. And this apparently is
one of the main reasons why they can’t be healthy themselves - they are forced
to eat frozen meals and cheap bread, instead of £4 protein balls and kale chips
fro...
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Lentil and Coconut Soup
It’s wet and gray in my nook of the world, and right now our bodies need comfort, warmth and nourishment. What a better way then to spice it up with a hearty, warming, fragrant and rich lentil and coconut soup. I was initially concerned that this would be t...
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Pink Hummus & Chickpea Flatbread
It’s root
vegetable season!  
And although, I am curious to know what squash or parsnip hummus would taste
like - I am sticking to beetroot.  
Pink is Mae’s favourite colour and I know pink hummus will look more
tempting and appealing then beige parsnip. Tr...
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Pink Hummus & Chickpea Flatbread
It’s root
vegetable season!  
And although, I am curious to know what squash or  parsnip hummus would  taste
like - I am sticking to beetroot. Pink is Mae’s favourite  colour and I know pink hummus will look  more
tempting and appealing then beige  parsnip....
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Pear Frangipane
Pear season in the UK starts in September
and lasts through December. Fragrant, juicy, sweet, melting pears are
my favourite autumn pick. I grate them  into drop pancakes, use them in
smoothies with spinach and nut milk, poach them, etc.   I love them. In t...
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Juices & Smoothies
Guest blog by Nicola Corcoran,  from Growing  Through Cancer blog It's my favourite season for fresh, locally sourced fruit and vegetable...
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