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Welcome to our blog!

This is a place where you’ll find thoughts and insights, advice and guidance on health and wellbeing. You’ll also find delicious healthy recipes and practical food tips. We really hope you enjoy the articles and we eagerly await your comments.

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Exploring the causes of cancer

You are probably aware that smoking increases the risk of lung cancer, sun burn increases the risk of skin cancer and a particular virus increases the risk of cervical cancer. You may also know that cancer is associated with poor diet, obesity and environmental chemical...

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October updates

This month there are several Body Soul Nutrition events to tell you about as well as events organised by other organisations. So, without delay let me get on and give you the details.  Body Soul Nutrition events 1st November - Foods to Help Cancer Fatigue free course...

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Navigating the nutritional maze with cancer – free webinar

Thankfully lots of people with cancer are now getting the message that healthy eating is extremely important to help the recovery process but unfortunately many are confused when it comes to the finer details of what constitutes an optimal anticancer diet. This situation is confounded by...

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Spicy Chicken Noodle Broth

As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder one piece of good news is that we are well and truly back in the season of soups! Home made soups or broths are some of the most nourishing meals around due to the fact...

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Foods to help cancer fatigue – free course!

Please note the November course is now full but due to popular demand we plan to run this course again soon so please continue to register your interest.   We seem to be having some issues with not receiving the messages from the contact us page so...

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Body Soul Nutrition – on track and ready to go

I love the autumn, it’s my favourite season. Even though the leaves are dropping and plants are starting to die, to me autumn speaks of magical new beginnings. Perhaps it is the association with a new school year leftover from childhood, or the fact that...

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Spicy chickpea salad

Following on from Catherine's recent article on pulses, here is a very easy recipe of hers using one of our best-loved pulses: chickpeas. Like all pulses, chickpeas are a good source of fibre and are relatively high in protein, they are also rich in minerals...

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Full of beans

The pulses (beans and lentils) are cheap, convenient, packed with nutrition and tasty. There really is little reason not to include them regularly in your diet so let me tell you more about them....

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7 healing elements

Pure white light possesses the ability to transform darkness. And when the white light is broken down we find that it’s made up of a spectrum of energy frequencies that appear to us as a rainbow of colours. If we think about what is required...


Disclaimer

 

All posts within this blog have been written for informational and educational purposes only and are not a substitute for medical advice or care. The information provided is necessarily general in nature and therefore cannot address an individual’s situation and needs. Please consult your doctor or a qualified health professional on any matters regarding your health and for a tailored approach designed for your own personal wellbeing. I cannot accept responsibility for the actions or consequential results of any action taken by any reader.

 

Links to other websites and contacts have been carefully chosen but do not imply endorsement. If particular products are mentioned they are done so because I have tried and liked them and never because I have been paid to promote them.

 

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information on this blog is of the highest quality possible. By that I mean that the material is written by those with a good understanding and knowledge of their subject; that it’s presented in a clear, unbiased manner and most of all that it’s written with integrity.