In the 6 years I’ve been managing my depression I have found several foods that make a big difference to my health and I’m sharing them with you.
Salmon is a powerhouse of post-natal nutrition. It’s loaded with nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Oh, and this dish has crispy salmon skin and slurpy noodles so it’s amazing!
I cook with stock every week because it makes everything taste good and is really nutritious. Making your own stock is easy and therapeutic.
Women are instrumental to the wellbeing of the world and the nourishment of our loved ones. This has been so evident over the past two weeks.
Your liver is unbeatable when it comes to detoxifying your body from harmful and unnecessary chemicals and by-products. There are some foods that are brilliant at boosting your liver’s incredible abilities.
Danish Breakfast is one of my favourite meals over Christmas. It’s so flavourful whilst also being packed full of protein, fibre, iron and omega-3.
Cauliflower Cheese is a stalwart of comfort food. You can serve it with Sunday dinner, gammon steaks or salmon fillets and I’ve been known to eat the leftovers cold straight from the fridge.
During the summer holidays the cracks started to appear as I tried to juggle being full time Mum, writing and my mental health. I decided to give myself a break from OTC and today I’m back writing with a catch up of the special things we ate over the summer.
Heart Health Week is a chance to remind ourselves how important it is to look after our hearts. This post is full of tasty ways to get heart-friendly foods into your diet.
I love this satay sauce on meats and vegetables. The sweet and salty sauce is delicious with crisp cucumber slices and served with grilled chicken.