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Anti-inflammatory golden blend

Anti-inflammatory golden blend

Struggling with joint pain and inflammation? Try these anti-inflammatory nourishing recipes from Nutritionist, Christine Bailey (www.christinebailey.co.uk). Anti-inflammatory golden blend  This vibrant, zingy juice is packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients, making it ideal for supporting your immune health, lowering inflammation in the body and boosting recovery after exercise. A sweet and spicy juice to kickstart the day. Serves 2 Preparation time: 5 minutes Ingredients: 5 carrots 2 lemons, peeled ½ cucumber 2 celery stalks 1 apple ¼ fresh pineapple/250g 1cm…

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Flaked trout with rocket, lychees and sweet lime dressing

Flaked trout with rocket, lychees and sweet lime dressing

Struggling with joint pain and inflammation? Try these anti-inflammatory nourishing recipes from Nutritionist, Christine Bailey (www.christinebailey.co.uk). The oily richness of the trout contrasts beautifully with the sweet lychees and peppery rocket leaves. Hot smoked trout requires no preparation making this an ideal speedy healthy lunch or evening meal. Trout is a great oily fish and useful source of anti-inflammatory and bone supporting omega 3 fats. Serves 2 Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 30 seconds Ingredients: 225g hot smoked trout…

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Chia coconut breakfast bars

Chia coconut breakfast bars

Struggling with joint pain and inflammation? Try these anti-inflammatory nourishing recipes from Nutritionist, Christine Bailey (www.christinebailey.co.uk). Chia coconut breakfast bars These are perfect for when you need something quick to grab and go. A delicious tropical combination of dried mango and coconut, these no-cook bars are simple and easy to prepare. Using chia seeds is a great way to boost your intake of fibre, protein and omega 3 fats. Makes 18 bars Preparation time: 30 minutes Storage: Store in the…

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Pad Thai 

Pad Thai 

Struggling with joint pain and inflammation? Try these anti-inflammatory nourishing recipes from Nutritionist, Christine Bailey (www.christinebailey.co.uk). Creamy yet light and nourishing, the addition of nut butter provides plenty of bone supporting minerals including magnesium, zinc and calcium. Serves 4 Preparation time: 15 minutes Storage: Will keep in the fridge for up to 2 days Ingredients: 2 carrots, spiralised or julienned 1 courgette, spiralised or julienned ½ red pepper, sliced thinly ½ yellow pepper, sliced thinly Large handful of soaked kelp…

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Spiced roasted beetroot and apple soup with herb yogurt drizzle

Spiced roasted beetroot and apple soup with herb yogurt drizzle

Keep your gut healthy with these nourishing recipes from Christine Bailey, Nutritionist and author of the Gut Health Diet (www.christinebailey.co.uk). Beetroots are traditionally known for their ability to support bile flow, as well as improving circulation in the body. Beetroot and apples are also a great source of soluble fibre for healthy digestion. Serves 2 Ingredients: 250g beetroot peeled and diced 1 apple, quartered ½ onion, quartered 1 garlic clove Olive oil for drizzling 1tsp cumin seeds ½ tsp ground…

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Blueberry almond bread

Blueberry almond bread

Keep your gut healthy with these nourishing recipes from Christine Bailey, Nutritionist and author of the Gut Health Diet (www.christinebailey.co.uk). A delicious low FODMAP bread, grain-free and wonderfully moist thanks to the addition of coconut flour. This will freeze well too. Simply cut into slices and open freeze until firm. Alternatively, store in the fridge for up to four to five days. Berries are a fabulous food rich in polyphenols to support a healthy balance of gut bacteria. Makes one…

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Homemade coconut yogurt

Homemade coconut yogurt

Keep your gut healthy with these nourishing recipes from Christine Bailey, Nutritionist and author of the Gut Health Diet (www.christinebailey.co.uk). To make your own coconut yogurt, you will need to introduce bacteria into the coconut milk. You can buy commercially available yogurt starter kits or use half a teaspoon of probiotic powder. The addition of agar flakes or gelatine helps the yogurt to thicken to create a thick, creamy set yogurt. Serves 6 Ingredients: 2 cans full-fat coconut milk 1tbsp…

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Your new year shape-up plan

Your new year shape-up plan

As we head towards the start of a new year, with fresh goals in mind, now is the time to think about shaping up and detoxing the system. And here are some simple steps to get started. We often tell ourselves the overindulgence we enjoy at Christmas is OK because come January, we will firmly be on the healthy living wagon, which means millions of people begin a new year with some kind of slimming and detox plan. But to…

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The lowdown on digestive enzymes

The lowdown on digestive enzymes

Our digestive system plays a critical role in so many aspects of our health and wellbeing, and so it’s important you’re taking care of it. And here, Leyla Moudden, Naturopath and Enzyme Educator for Enzymedica UK and Enzyme Science UK, explains the relationship between digestive enzymes and food intolerances. Food intolerance in the UK is increasing, with approximately 30 per cent of the UK population estimated to report a negative reaction to food, but only two per cent of the…

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Raw apple and carrot cake

Raw apple and carrot cake

Discover these nourishing recipes that support digestive health and detoxification by Nutritionist and Chef, Christine Bailey (christinebailey.co.uk). A light, raw cake using lucuma and raw cacao to create a delicious caramel flavour. Instead of using a large cake tin, you could press the mixture into individual moulds. Makes 12 portions Preparation: 20 minutes Storage: Will keep in the fridge for three days Ingredients: 2 carrots, grated 2 apples, grated 115g/4oz/1 cup pecans, finely ground 85g/3oz/1 cup shredded coconut 2tbsp lucuma…

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