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Health Blog

  • USA Bread and the Problem of Gluten Intolerance

    Have you ever asked yourself why there is so much gluten in bread - especially bread made in the USA?  The main reason is the wheat used.  American wheat is higher in gluten.  But that is not all...
  • Fruit and Vegetables Don't Have to be the Perfect Shape

    With food shortages and an increasing cost of living crisis hitting many parts of the world, it becomes more important than ever that every bit of food is put to good use.
  • A Tomato a Day...

    We all know that old saying about an "apple a day keeping the doctor away" but we might not know that the same can be said of a tomato!

    Research is now telling us that tomatoes are worth their weight in health benefits.

    Find out more about these top ten benefits...

  • How to Grow and Learn to Love KALE!

    Many have a love/hate relationship with broccoli and/or Brussels sprouts but kale comes close...

    There are many forms of kale and it is part of brassica family in the same way as cabbages, broccoli and Brussels sprouts are.

  • Add Both Zest and Spice to Your Life by Growing Horseradish

    Many of those who grow their own vegetables will include a clump of horseradish, perhaps without knowing exactly what to do with it!

    You might have noticed "horseradish sauce" preserved in jars to be served as an accompaniment with roast beef but that might be all. 

    You could also be surprised to read that the horseradish is a strong and beneficial plant with some gardeners pointing out that it can be a good friend both to you AND your garden.

  • Does Your Neck Show Your Age?

    The skin on our neck and chest is really delicate, with very little oil to provide natural hydration and protection and yet, so often we neglect this fragile area.

    Instead, we tend to focus all our attention on our faces.

    If you are anxious to quickly diminish those tell-tale signs of aging (that can so easily start to develop on the neck and décolletage), then, you're in the right place.

  • Everything there is to Love about Cape Gooseberries

    This small, smooth round fruit is wrapped in a papery case that resembles a Chinese lantern. They have a delicate sweet-sour taste – sort of a cross between a gooseberry and a cherry tomato.  I call them cape gooseberries but you may know them by another name because they have so many different ones... 
  • Is it a Watermelon or is it a Radish?

    Learn all about these colorful watermelon radishes together with a couple of recipes for you to try...
  • What's Not to Love about Blueberries

    There is everything to love about blueberries.  They are sweet and colorful with a lovely fresh fruity taste.  They can be frozen if you have too many to eat fresh - and they boost your heart health, your brain function and provide lots of other benefits too!
  • How Important is Vitamin C?

    Many of us tend to think of vitamin C as being rather vital to keep us safe from colds and flu especially during the winter months but that is just one small aspect of the importance of vitamin C.
  • Do You Enjoy A Bowl of Breakfast Porridge?

    Do you enjoy a bowl of porridge or oatmeal.  Find out more on how to make that bowl even more nutritious and tasty.
  • Choose These Antioxidant Rich Foods for your Health Benefits

    Antioxidants help to neutralize those harmful free radicals, preventing the potential negative effects on health.

    Examples include such food-based substances such as beta-carotene, lycopene and vitamin C.  We share many of those top foods...