Author Archive | Michele

My Sugar-free Month

Settling in to Day 3 of my ‘no sugar’ month….means cutting out all cane sugar, plus any alternative sweeteners such as agave or maple syrup. But I am going to be eating fruit. Plus sprinklings of raw cacoa nibs, that are as close as it gets to chocolate! Why am I doing this? I was […]

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Busting 4 Brain Health Myths

I’ve not written a blog for a while. And this one’s a bit longer than usual. I feel Brain Health is such an important subject. I was listening to an amazing talk on Dementia by Drs Dean and Ayesha Sherzai in early March, I took some notes and want to share them with you, just […]

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Grow Greens, Make Smoothie

At the beginning of April I took a piece of our lawn, and with agreement from Jez (phew!) started a no-dig veg plot. I am delighted to say that the miracle of nature has worked yet again and 2 months later, we have a vibrant load of growing and producing vegetable plants, including lots of […]

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New Growth this Spring

Now more than ever, is the time for personal growth, more skills are needed to live with new life situations. Ironically on the one hand we have social isolation, and at the same time we may find it challenging spending too much time with family members. Getting out into the garden has certainly been one […]

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My ‘No Dig’ plot and other Immune Boosting tips

In a time where health is of the utmost importance I want to share with you what we are doing to keep well during lockdown. I’ve been reading, studying and researching health for the last 30 or so years. Wrote a book Eat Dance Shine, on staying well as you age. It’s my passion, learning […]

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What on Earth are we meant to eat?

Have you noticed there are so many dietary dogmas in the media that are often conflicting? Confused? – what is the right way to eat and what foods are actually good for us? For sure none of these current diets are advocating vast quantities of highly processed junk food. But when it comes to the […]

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Healing my ankle

Today is Saturday, 4 weeks since I slipped on a muddy slope on the Common near our home, while walking the dog, early one damp Saturday morning just before Christmas and fractured my ankle. Ironically the early morning walk is the only time I leave my mobile phone at home and as no one else […]

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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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