Monday, March 12, 2018 in News

Try Colon Hydrotherapy

Monday, March 12, 2018 in News


Colon Hydrotherapy. initial session ONLY £55. Lots of diet and nutrition advice given in the session and follow up email. Don’t suffer with digestive issues, take action and try colonic irrigation #colonics #nutrition #diet#digestivesymptoms

Don’t suffer with stomach cramps

Google Reviews – what do my clients have to say?

Monday, March 12, 2018 in News


Listen to my clients and then decide whether you want to try colon hydrotherapy. “Danielle was honest, no sugar-coating, which I appreciate. Very helpful and knowledgeable dietary information given. Danielle looked very well and healthy herself…”

Are you suffering with digestive issues today?

Monday, March 12, 2018 in News, Tips


How’s your belly feeling after the weekend? Are you a little bloated? Maybe you’ve over indulged and have an upset stomach? So why not try colon hydrotherapy and see if it can help ease your symptoms? Call 0117 9632335 to book #colonics#colonhydrotherapy

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Curried lentil and vegetable broth, with alfalfa and seaweed

Saturday, March 10, 2018 in Essential Health Recipes, News, Tips

Yes I love a bowl of goodness!


Even if I do say so myself, this taste fantastic!  Its light, refreshing and has a nice tang to it.

  • Fry some onion, 1 large garlic clove, cumin, coriander, medium curry and garam masala powders in a little organic butter.  Start with a teaspoon of each, and increase depending on the depth of flavour you desire.
  • Add 1 tbsp of miso paste.
  • Gently add some filtered water to create a nice paste whilst cooking; and let the flavours develop for 5 minutes on low heat.
  • Add your veg; carrots, celery, mushrooms, tomatoes and kale, all cut roughly the same size. Give it all a good stir and let develop for a few minutes.
  • Add your green lentils either soaked over night, or bought in water.
  • Add filtered water to the consistency you like, I always like my soups like a broth.
  • Simmer gently until the veg is quite soft.
  • Add some salt and pepper if desired.
  • Leave over night in the pan so the flavours combine.
  • When you come to have some broth, add alfalfa sprouts and seaweed seasoning.

SPROUTS – Sprouting is an amazing way to boost your health; as these little miracles are packed full of vitamins and minerals.

SEAWEED SEASONING – I just purchased these fantastic seasonings recently; they taste amazing.  They really add some serious flavour, with the benefit of increased minerals.

Enjoy Danielle



Kale Crisps! Try this healthier alternative to normal crisps..

Friday, March 9, 2018 in Essential Health Recipes, News, Tips


I love crisps! However, I find most brands synthetic tasting, and they just aren’t good for you.

I like real flavour, so have you tried kale crisps?  This literally takes 5 minutes to prepare and 10 minutes in the oven.  So yes convenient!

Sprinkle Celtic salt, pepper and Cajun spice over good size chunks of kale, (2 times bigger than a average crisp) and a squeeze of lemon, then bake till crisp at about 170°c, keep checking just ensure it doesn’t burn.

Kale takes on flavour well and are so crispy and delicious. I’m addicted!

Try this crisps alternative for better health!

Kale full of nutrients with deep flavour


Kale crisps really take on flavour. Add cajun spices, seaweeds, salt and pepper to jazz things up!

Live Cashew Yoghurt with strawberries and a little honey

Thursday, March 8, 2018 in Essential Health Recipes, News, Tips


Making your own yoghurt is so satisfying.  You wont believe how easy it is, it literally takes minutes to make.

Preparation – Soak 1 cup of organic, unsalted cashews over night.

Cashew Yoghurt

  • 1 cup of soaked cashews
  • 1 cup of filtered water
  • 2 pro-biotic capsules (use the powder)
  • a squeeze of organic honey
  • blend the ingredients together until smooth
  • add ingredients to a bowl and cover, then leave somewhere slightly warm for the night.  I use my airing cupboard.
  • The next day the yoghurt should be slightly sour and a thick texture, just like yoghurt.
  • You can add fruit, honey, cocoa powder, seeds, whatever you like.  I decided on strawberries and honey! Ooooh yes!
  • It will keep in the fridge for ages as its a live yoghurt.
  • Added bonus, no animals have suffered for it!  Guilt free pleasure!  Enjoy!


Dairy free Yoghurt! Creamy, tasty, good for you and no harm to animals! Perfecto!

live cashew yoghurt with strawberries and honey!

6 ways to keep exercise goals

Saturday, March 3, 2018 in News, Tips



How many steps do you walk per day?

Saturday, March 3, 2018 in News, Tips


I live a lot closer to work now, which is great for convenience but not so good for my health.

I’m mindful to try to move more, exercise daily and walk as much as possible as our bodies love to move.

Myfitnesspal blog explains how much you really need to walk to live longer!

Losing body fat can be difficult if you don’t educate yourself! Find out how today!

Saturday, March 3, 2018 in News, Tips


Eating a balance wholefood diet, lots of water and lots of exercise is obvious.  However, what are the right foods, how much exercise?  You need to learn about your body, rather than fall for weight loss advertising!

Here are some of my quick tips to lose weight and the link below from myfitnesspal blog is an interesting read.

  1. drink water until you get practically transparent urine by the end of the day.
  2. drink cleansing teas to help remove toxins from the body like ginger, chicory, burdock…
  3. drink warm lemon water AM and PM to cleanse your intestines.
  4. have hot and cold showers to stimulate blood flow.
  5. exercise daily, every morning to get your metabolism going and then its done.  It doesn’t need to be intense exercise – day 1 cardio, day 2 yoga, day 3 long walk etc…
  6. fast daily, 14-16 hours from your last meal in the evening and just drink lots of water in that time.
  7. only eat when you feel hungry, cut down to 2 meals per day.
  8. try a homemade smoothie replacement for one meal and one normal meal
  9. eat foods high in protein and fat like avocado, seeds, nuts, oily fish, nut butters, nut cheeses, nut yoghurts
  10. eat lots of fibre rich foods like vegetables, but reduce root veg, replacing with lots of greens or non starchy vegetables.
  11. cut out refined carbs like baked goods, crisps, bread, convenience foods, white flour, pasta, rice….
  12. if you need that carb food, try short grain brown rice or pseudocereals, as these are friendlier to the body.  Better without for weight loss.
  13. snack only if needed, but try things like boiled egg, fruit, nuts, seeds, smoothie, steamed veg…
  14. drink smoothies like hemp seed milk, banana smoothie, avocado and cashew smoothie
  15. eat lots of raw foods as these will fill you up for longer
  16. try to eat your last meal as early as possible, before 6 if you can.
  17. try make your last meal the smallest meal and have a larger lunch
  18. try to walk and move more after each meal
  19. sleep well 7-8 hours, these is so important so our hormones aren’t all over the place
  20. have a plan, an event something to focus on losing weight for.


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