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Nia student Spotlight

With Lynette Malitskie “When I began Nia I had not yet been diagnosed with a heart ailment. It was late 2013 on walking past the Kings Langley Village Hall one Tuesday morning, I heard the haunting music, and was drawn-in, to see where it was coming from. Needless to say I was transfixed as I […]

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The Times got me talking about almond milk

As I was leaving the post office yesterday I spotted an article in the Times newspaper about the value of eating a small amount of nuts each day to help reduce the chances of heart disease. This prompted me to go home and make a video on ‘the how and why’ of making and drinking […]

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Cooking with fats

Even though I’ve know for ages that heating oil for cooking, is not great, I have largely turned a blind eye to it. Habits die hard when it comes to frying onion. That kitchen aroma…ah! And the taste of caramelized onions is so delicious. Many recipes start with “chop a small onion and fry in […]

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What is the right diet for you?

After many years of research and experimentation I have developed a sense of what food is right for me, what works. It has eventually become an intuitive process. This enables me to leave behind will power, with its limited usefulness. I encourage you to do the same, to help you decide, what is best for […]

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Is fruit the baddy or your buddy?

Trending in certain nutritional circles, fruit has become a swear word. For the high protein, high fat followers, fruit is a no-no. Then there’s the fashion for thinking that berries, grapefruit and lemons are fine, but that’s all, no other fruit, due to their high sugar content. I almost feel intimidated into not writing this, […]

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