New data shows that one in four of us Brits (24%) plan on reducing the amount of red meat we consume as we strive to get healthier and help the environment. Is this you? Apparently, according to YouGov, just 1% of the nation are Vegan, but 14% of us are,… Continue reading »
To be completely plastic free seems virtually impossible, but we have to try, right? I blame the supermarkets. So much of the produce they sell comes in plastic packaging and unless they start making changes, I can’t honestly see how we can affect a change on a large scale. As… Continue reading »
I’ve been writing about our issues with gluten and dairy intolerance for years now. Having one child with dietary needs and two others who don’t comes with its own issues and we have always done our best to work around this. However, things have changed in a number of ways… Continue reading »
A circular economy is one that aims to keep resources in use for as long as possible to get the maximum value from them. For a long time now, we have been operating on a make-use-dispose basis; a linear economy. And this attitude of short-term consumption has led to us… Continue reading »
We’re a nation obsessed with eating and when you’re trying to cut down, and not snack between meals, it’s impossible not to notice just how much food is consumed around you.
I am into my third week of the Fast 800 diet now and I can’t believe the difference. If you read my previous post, you’ll know why I started this diet. Unable to shift the post 40 weight, I was determined to do something about it. What I’ve found, as… Continue reading »
Weight loss post 40 has been a bit of an issue, but I think I’ve found a solution
When you’re a parent, you soon learn how stressful mealtimes can be. Fussy eaters, kids refusing to sit at the table, it can be a stressful time of day and all you really want is to be able to feed your children a healthy meal. What to do for the… Continue reading »