The journey to wellness is a conscious decision. To explore a healthy lifestyle is the choice of every individual and each of us have different reasons for making that journey, you can read about my journey on the “About” page.
So why are you here? What brought you to my blog? Please leave me a comment below and let me know if you are just starting on the path of wellness or have you followed a healthy lifestyle for many years,
Through the power of social media, I want to reach out and share my experience of wellness with you. By adopting a positive can do attitude, coupled with some clean eating and exercise, throw in some affirmation, meditation and mindfulness and you are on your way to leading a more meaningful, happy and productive lifestyle.
I am really grateful for this chance to connect with you and share thoughts and ideas on what constitutes a healthy lifestyle
There are so many healthy eating plans around at the moment, it is difficult sometimes to know which you should choose. We want our food to be nutritious, quick and easy to make but above all tasty. If you are new to clean eating, it is important to get a variety of dishes available to you as I would imagine (it hasn’t happened to me…yet) that eating lots of vegetable based food can get a little boring after a while and you could potentially fall into the rut of same old, same old quite quickly.
I am glad to say that I have never gone short of ideas of what to prepare for dinner and that is down to Dale Pinnock, The Medicinal Chef. His recipe books contain a host of fairly humble ingredients but which have been shown to have beneficial effects on a number of medical conditions. His recipes are easy to make and give the body a boost to maintain good healthy and increased energy levels.
With his kind permission, he is allowing me to share some of his recipes with you and I will be dedicating a page to this on the main blog. You can read about Dale at his website on http://www.dalepinnock.com you can also follow him on Twitter @dale_pinnock
We all know that water is essential to good health but if like me you can’t manage a glass of water without putting a tea bag in it, this might just be the answer!!
Try making fruity water with herbs – you can make up some great combinations and generally if the items work together on the plate, chances are they will make a lovely refreshing drink for you to keep in your fridge and enjoy when you need that thirst quencher.
The two waters pictured were honeydew melon with cucumber and mint. Drunk lovely and cold straight from the fridge, it really did hit the spot. The second was a lemon & lime with rosemary, again a lovely combination which was tasty and refreshing. Strawberries, lemon and basil was a strange mix but tasted totally divine. You can good old plain water, or jazz it up a little by using coconut water for a Caribbean twist.
Watch this space as I experiment with different fruit and herbs over the coming days!!