Walnut6 min lettiWellness
Baby Love
Having a baby often leads to extraordinarily contrasting and powerful emotions. On the one hand, it can be the most awe-inspiring, heart-aching tidal wave of love and joy: a complete disbelief that this beautiful little being is really here. And your
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Are You Deficient In B12?
More and more people are becoming aware that B12 matters; it’s on their radar because a friend may have mentioned it or perhaps they’ve read something in a magazine, or seen an article online that’s highlighted its importance. They may have even hear
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A New Hope
Few illnesses strike fear into the hearts of people like Alzheimer’s disease. Statistically, if you are a woman living in England or Wales, you are more likely to die from Alzheimer’s than any other illness. That fact alone is certainly alarming. The
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Nettles Four Ways
When the first young nettle shoots start to poke through after the long winter, I crave this subtle, hazelnutty pesto to drizzle over my roast veg and stir into spring soups. It makes the hungry gap of early spring seem so much closer to summer. As t
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Cherry Bomb!
A delicious spin on a classic summer side, this potato salad is full of fresh flavours and crunch so you won’t miss the mayo. Serves: 4-6 Preparation time: 5 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes • 10 fresh cherries, pitted and halved• 60ml extra virgin o
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Ice, Ice, Baby…
Homemade lollies are so ridiculously easy to make, not to mention healthier than most shop-bought versions, it seems like a no-brainer to do it yourself. You just need to get a lolly mould kit and you’re off. You’ll find homemade lollies in our freez
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to the seventh issue of Walnut. At long last, it’s finally spring, after what has felt like a very long, very wet and very windy winter. This edition is a little different from our previous ones. We have never before considered publishing a digital i
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Simply Delicious
I sometimes roast chicken specifically to make this salad. It is that good. Every mouthful is exciting Serves: 2 • 150g leftover roast chicken pieces• 30g pistachios, roughly chopped• 1 bag of watercress (60g)• 1 x 280g jar of artichoke hearts, drain
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Amelia Freer
Can you tell us a bit more about your recent book, Simply Good for You? Simply Good For You is a cookbook of 100 everyday recipes that don’t compromise between taste, ease, speed and nutrition. They’re all unashamedly simple (because that’s how I rea
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Kate is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Registered Nutritionist with a special interest in mental health issues. She is a mum of three and lives and works in Bath. kategarden.co.uk Page 36 Naomi is a foodie, in love with the changing
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Walnut9 min letti
The Power Of Yoga Nidra
Why did you decide to become a yoga teacher? It was actually an accident! I had in mind to do something different, but as with most things in my life, when I’m on the right path there’s a snowball effect and things just happen in the way they’re mean
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Conscious Connection
The human energy field is a fascinating, interconnected system made up of myriad patterns, and although every individual is totally unique in their own exquisite energy, there are certain energetic patterns that are vital to health and can be found i
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Park Life
“That’s my grandfather,” Hugh Padfield exclaims, pointing at a black and white photograph hanging on the wall of the cheese shop at Park Farm. I peer more closely at the image; a man carrying two huge milk pails standing proudly in front of farm buil
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Spring Cleaning
I’ve just returned from an invigorating nature walk feeling buoyant and uplifted by the emerging signs of spring. I love being out in nature at this time of the year when the earth feels so full of possibility, while still holding a graceful calm. Du
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Gather Round
Can you tell us a bit of background about each of you and how you came to start up Hunter & Gather? Amy: I was diagnosed with Coeliac disease at 18 months old, so understanding what goes into food has been a lifelong journey for me. I then worked for
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Things We Love
All Natural Soap Co. is a multi-award-winning, artisan producer of truly natural soap. The soap bars are hand made in small batches using an energy-efficient twist on the traditional ‘cold process’ technique, which ensures heat is only used when abso
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Where The Wild Things Are
You don’t have to be a foodie to have noticed that foraging has become a ‘thing’ lately. Many of the best restaurants and gastropubs now employ their own forager, an expert who knows where are all the wild goodies grow, who has a specific brief to se
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Revive Your Life
I want to feel great. You want to feel great. Life is more difficult when we don’t feel our best and now spring is around the corner, it’s the perfect time to look at rebuilding our energy with the vitality of the season. As you know, ‘health is weal
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Six Plants To Forage This Spring
Generally found growing on acidic soil, sorrel is identified by its smooth green leaves and the little nick at the base of the leaf (not to be confused with the larger -and toxic - Lords and Ladies). Sorrel has a lovely citric tang, a bit like a tart
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Rejuvenating Breathing Exercise
The Humming Bee Breath (also known as brahmari pranayama). Sit in a comfortable position with your back straight and hands resting in your lap. Let your body ground and your breath settle. Take a deep breath in and as you start to exhale start to hum
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Raw Halo believe a little everyday indulgence is good for the soul and that’s how they create their chocolate too. They make bars that glow with good vibes for the mind, body and spirit. Available in Waitrose, Holland & Barrett, and online. rawhalo.c
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Improving Your Gut Microbiome
One of the most interesting ways that plants, with their complex phytochemical components, appear to work is by interfacing with the microbiome in our gut. As many plant compounds are not actually absorbed into the blood stream, it appears that they
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