Now that the ghosts and ghoulies have gone to bed, and the mercury has dropped here like a lead balloon, here’s a lovely way to use up some of the inevitable discarded pumpkin from Hallow’een, in a soothing and restorative way – as a pumpkin and coffee latte drink, delicately flavoured for warming comfort.
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GUEST POST: It is no secret that the holiday season revolves around food. Rich festive foods absolutely have their place during the holidays, but when it comes to host/hostess gifts this year, we want to challenge you to opt for gifts that are a bit more frugal in terms of calories! We all know that
Further to my blog yesterday, saying we’d take a look at some other dietary regimes out there that may (or may not) help WLS patients, here’s a resumé of one that may have caught your eye. My son-in-law (not a wls patient) has enjoyed particular success with the Bulletproof Diet and so I have been
Are You Drinking Enough Water? GUEST POST: Did you know by the time you’re feeling thirsty, then you’re already dehydrated … Dehydration means there is a reduction in your body’s natural water content, resulting in the imbalance of salt and minerals in our system says the NHS. This imbalance can signal to the brain