Foodhearted: Three Ways to Win with Food

This is something some women think about a lot. (And the ‘think’ can make things even worse.) There are so many reasons why you might experience eating well, and winning with food as hard, and I touch on some of these in The Food Impulse. Eating is straightforward but if you are experiencing it as hard in some way, you’re…

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12 Uncommon Truths About Food, Your Body & You

 You’d think eating would be simple; right? There can be a lot of mud-slinging in the foodie-sphere, and no, it’s not Mississipi mudpie. There are debates raging over which is the right diet for the evolution of mankind, to which group cares more for animals, and whether fruitarians will live for 120 years. Time to re-group folks. Paleos, vegans, raw foodists,…

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Foodhearted: Oven-baked Sweet Potato Fries

Foodhearts, sweet potato fries, because .. fries! Now we know that even though SP fries are delicious, they can sometimes be soggy. This recipe reveals the secret to getting them nice and crispy without having to coat them with flour.  There isn’t really much to do, and you can’t make too much as you can put them in the fridge…

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How to Pivot from Powerless to Powerful without Ballet Moves

Have you ever been so triggered that you’ve felt overcome (not necessarily overwhelmingly) with a sense of powerlessness? Maybe it’s the thought of the week ahead?, or your child is having a tantrum?, or you received some unexpected news?,  it could be someone close to you said something sour (or sweet), or maybe there’s something you’re trying to get done…

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Foodhearted: Feeding Your Power vs Feeding Your Patterns

We can learn a lot (or maybe some significant things) from the study of food. However no one can have your unique individual experience of it, be it socially, spiritually, physically, or emotionally. So, it makes sense to start with being honest with what we are experiencing and what we are consequently doing. First, and foremost we need to be…

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Foodhearted: The Way of Honest Eating

Creative food consultancy combining your body’s intelligence, absolute truth, and leading from within. What you’ll get – conversation(s) that you’ll feel in your cells that will point you inwards to you own ‘knowing’ hidden under years of thinking – about diets, cravings, what’s healthy, what’s not, getting ready for the beach and so on and so forth – which has…

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Foodhearted: Warm Salmon, Avocado and Edamame Salad

Foodhearts, here is a fave deadline meal. It looks gorgeous, tastes gorgeous and works gorgeous. You’ll be the expert of whether this is one for you too, or not. The squishy firmness of the salmon with the slightly sweet (steaming the beans releases its gentle, but moreish flavour) edamame chime beautifully with the buttery creaminess of the avocado and the…

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Foodhearted: A Manifesto, and A Mini Course

A manifesto, and a mini course in honest eating. 1. The foundational thing – we live in the feeling of our essential functioning, and not the feeling of our circumstances. 2. Quiet mind, quiet time – learning to slow down and stay in your body is pretty much it. 3. Notice what’s going on for you. Consciousness without story. 4….

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How do you eat yours?

Once upon a time there was a TV ad promoting a certain chocolate egg with the catchphrase ‘how do you eat yours?’. My answer? ‘I don’t.’ Egg-like gooey centre? No thanks. However this is not a post on confectionery advertising (soz). For some reason that commercial popped into my mind, and  it made me think of another (online) marketing catchphrase…

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