Treatments & Fees
That turtle posture of yours is hurting you!
June 24, 2016
Does your child seem anxious, moody or over-reactive?
June 21, 2016
You are responsible for your health...
June 18, 2016
'The Sugar Conspiracy' (Ian Leslie) or 'The Big Fat Surprise' (Nina Teicholz)
June 16, 2016
Are you resting when you sleep?
June 4, 2016
Can we stop worrying about fats?
June 1, 2016
Sick of headaches?
April 26, 2016
Understanding chronic pain & how to help yourself
April 23, 2016
The good news! Your genes aren't responsible for how you age.
April 19, 2016
Want to keep your brain young? It's easy... and fun!
April 15, 2016
The perfect oil for cooking?
September 30, 2015
NHS to 'ration' treatment?
July 23, 2015
A few words of caution about St John's Wort
November 30, 2015
Following up on my article about which oils to cook with, let me introduce you to Bell & Loxton's beautiful coldpressed rapeseed oil.
I've been using it for all sorts of things but in particular I find it incredible for roasting butternut squash and other vegetables, for stir frys and for adding to grains etc for salads.
Given that we've now been advised that olive oil isn't quite as healthy as we'd thought once it's heated, it's worth finding some tasty alternatives for cooking.
Rapeseed oil is useful because it can be heated to a high temperature and it adds a lovely nutty flavour to things, much as you might get from groundnut oil.
Obviously, if you can afford a good quality rapeseed oil, you'll get a helathier oil and a yummier one too.
Bell & Loxton's rapeseed oil isn't cheap but that encourages me to be thoughtful about how much oil I'm using!
Ditch the olive oil for cooking (but do use an etxra vrgin one for dressings etc) and try a good rapeseed oil for cooking. Let me know what you think!
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