My 3 Top Tips For Going Vegan

These are my three top tips for going vegan, maybe they would be more aptly named as my top 3 ‘don’ts’.

1.   DON’T GO COLD TURKEY

(excuse the pun), especially If you’re doing this on your own. Going vegan or plant based eating is a lifestyle change. It’s not a diet in the traditional sense of the word, it is a different way of eating (and for vegan it includes way of living) and something read more

Fee’s Magic Minute – Trying New Foods

Life is wonderful when you’re trying new foods.

The Magic Minute video is all about the new foods and, hopefully, encouraging you to try them.  I let you know where I go in order to find the new foods and well as find out about them.

Hope you enjoyed

Ciao
Fee

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The Magic of Parsley

The magic of parsley never ceases to astound me and I continue to eat it every day in order to enjoy its goodness and flavour.

I’ve said it before, but just in case you missed it last time round – PARSLEY ROCKS

This old fashioned herb is making a bit of a comeback which is awesome.  I really don’t think it should have left the “superfood” list in the first place, if indeed it was ever on it.  But it’s slowly read more

How Good Are Nuts?

Talking nuts today, (yes, a common thing I do) – but seriously just how good are nuts?

This tiny little bit of food is power packed with lots of essential nutrients – and different nuts contain different things.  Example – the Brazil nut is a great source of selenium but also good at reducing the LDL cholesterol, however, research has shown that you only need to have four read more

Should We Eat Eggs?

Eggs are such a common food and touted as being great for us, but should we actually eat eggs?

Now I have to admit, that eggs were the hardest thing for me to leave behind, but I did so for a couple of reasons.

The Egg Industry:

I think we all know just how cruel life is for the chickens who have to live in the cages.  So let’s look at a few facts on the caged chicken.

  1. It can take around 34 hours for a chicken to produce an egg which means that farmers have to make sure they have enough chickens producing enough eggs in order to make a living.  As demand increased so the space allocated to each chicken decreased.
  2. Battery cages allow a space no bigger than an A4 size piece of paper. And, because the hens are packed into these cages with anywhere between 5 to 11 to a cage,
  3. At the start of their life the end of their beaks are cut off with a hot blade – no anesthetic given (not all battery hens suffer this, but it is still a common practice around the world).
  4. Cages are usually stacked one on top of another which allows urine and feces to fall through to the birds in the cages below
  5. They often die in the cage and on some farms are left to rot. This does make you wonder just how much disease is coming through into the eggs.

These cages are being read more

Should We Eat Pork?

Bacon, Ham, Ribs, Sausages, Should we Really Eat Pork and Is It Good For Our Health?

In 2015 The World Health Organization came out in favour of research done by the IARC – International Agency for Research on Cancer which had classified processed meat as a car-carcinogen ( cancer causing), which immediately had the meat industry up in arms

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A New Word – Carnism?

Have you ever heard of the word ‘carnism’?

Let me explain:

It was coined by Psychologist Dr Melanie Joy and it means an invisible belief system or ideology that conditions people to eat certain animals.  It is basically the opposite of vegetarism, veganism or whole plant food eating.

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Should We Eat Organic Food?

We do hear a lot about organic food – but should we eat it?

Well, there seems to be two main reasons why people think organic food is right.

1 – the nutrition value and
2 – the lack of pesticides

So do organic foods actually have a greater nutrition value?

There have been lots of studies done read more

What Keeps The Health System Flowing Nicely Along?

Have you ever wondered what keeps the Health System going?

One word ….. Sickness

I think just about everyone knows that the pharmaceutic companies are making heaps of money from sick people.  But if you think about it, everyone in the system makes money by keeping people sick

I genuinely feel sorry for Doctors – most of them go to medical school read more

How To Make Tabouli

It’s the easiest thing in the

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