Recipes

6 Gluten Free Alternatives To Bread

6 Gluten Free Alternatives To Bread

For real bread lovers, giving up the loaf is one of the hardest changes to make when going gluten free. The smell, texture, crust, and crumb are impossible to replicate in gluten free versions, and the results can be disappointing.So what to eat instead? Here are 6...

Carrot top & Cashew Pesto

Carrot top & Cashew Pesto

Pesto is quick and easy to make with lots of different possibilities for ingredients and flavours. No basil? No problem. Swap to kale, rocket, watercress - even carrot tops! No pine nuts? Use cashews, walnuts, hazels, or pumpkin seeds. The leafy green tops of these...

Carrot top & Cashew Pesto

Carrot top & Cashew Pesto

Pesto is quick and easy to make with lots of different possibilities for ingredients and flavours. No basil? No problem. Swap to kale, rocket, watercress - even carrot tops! No pine nuts? Use cashews, walnuts, hazels, or pumpkin seeds. The leafy green tops of these...

Abby’s Gluten-free Seeded Bread Rolls

Abby’s Gluten-free Seeded Bread Rolls

Gluten-free bread has gained a bit of a reputation for being crumbly and tasteless.Because of this, many gluten-free home bakers have taken matters into their own hands and created their own delicious recipes. Step forward Reg. Nutritionist Abby Foreman and her...

Nettle, Leek & Spinach Soup

Nettle, Leek & Spinach Soup

April is the ideal month for gathering fresh new nettles. It's early May as I write this, but I still managed to find some tender young plants to gather the top few leaves from. The combination of nettles + leeks + baby spinach delivers a light creamy flavoured soup,...

Louise’s Green Soup

Louise’s Green Soup

This delicious recipe comes from nutrition student Louise North.  It's a simple, 5-ingredient soup, packed with Good Stuff including: - Fibre Broccoli and leek provide plenty of soluble fibre.  Gut bacteria ferment this fibre and produce short-chain fatty acids. ...

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Nutrition Focus Follow-On session (60mins): £70

At least one Follow-On session is usually required, sometimes 2-3 depending on the complexity of your health issues and rate of progress.

The first Follow-On takes place 4-5 weeks after starting the Plan, and gives us time to review your progress so far, discuss test results (if applicable) and set new recommendations.

Nutrition Focus Catch Up session (up to 90mins): £90

For ongoing clients who perhaps haven't visited in a while and need more time than a standard Follow-On session.

Also for clients who need more time to go through complex test results

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