We might be in Lockdown 3.0 but that’s no excuse to cancel date night! Whether you’re alone or cooped up with someone else, we all need a bit of spicing... Chilli Peppers Recipe: Roasted Chillies stuffed with Cashew Cheese (courtesy of Demuths Cookery School) Thank you to Demuths Cookery School for sharing their Roasted Chillies stuffed with Cashew Cheese recipe –... Soya Recipe: Roasted Tofu with Satay Sauce A well-cooked piece of tofu will definitely impress your date! Often tricky to perfect, but SO delicious when it’s nailed. Our gorgeous Roasted... Avocado Recipe: Avocado Wings with Ranch Dip (courtesy of Make No Bones) Avocuddle on the sofa with these amazing wings! Make No Bones Avocado Wings with Ranch Dip were hugely... Asparagus Recipe: Asparagus, Pea & Lemon Risotto (with sage crisps and toasted almonds) Indulge your date with sweet and succulent asparagus. This vegetable is full of nutrients and many people... Garlic Recipe: Thai Aubergine Curry Our creamy Thai Aubergine Curry is the perfect evening elixir as it’s full of garlic and chilli which both increase blood flow. What’s more, many... Pumpkin Seeds and Ginger Recipe: Fast and Funky Noodles Whip up Fast and Funky noodles – an absolute flavour powerhouse which will get all your senses singing! Ginger increases circulation... Chocolate Recipe: Chocolate & Raspberry Torte It’s no surprise that many people love to indulge in chocolate as it contains tryptophan which produces serotonin (the happy hormone) in the brain.... Berries Recipe: Vegan White Chocolate & Raspberry Baked Cheesecake Chocolate, berries and a saucy drizzle – our White Chocolate & Raspberry Baked Cheesecake is extra special! Berries are often associated... Bananas Recipe: Quick Banana Fritters Quick Banana Fritters are so fun to make and are a great sharing dish too! Moreover, bananas are rich in magnesium, B-vitamins and enzymes which...
Diabetes type 2 is a serious health condition that can make your life miserable. The good news is, it’s preventable and, should you happen to have it already, it may be reversed through a lifestyle change.
This campaign is utterly delusional. It has been proven time and time again that red meat, such as beef, is linked to heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, due to its high level of saturated fats, cholesterol, and salt.
A group of clinical experts have advised Britons to go vegan to reduce the risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19.