Kale - a superfood?

Has Kale had its day as a superfood?

Absolutely not – Kale is still up there! You may well have written it off as a fad and moved on to another vegetable, that has now become ubiquitous at your table; breakfasts, lunch and dinners and even juices. However, as a member of the Brassica family, which also includes cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, […]

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4 easy ways to stay on track with your New Year intentions

4 EASY changes guaranteed to keep you on track with your New Year intentions

With the festive season firmly behind us and your resolve to lead a healthier 2017 (hopefully) still strong, there’s no better time to take a moment to consider an approach that is sustainable and therefore rewarding. Rather than focusing on what you can take away or restrict, considering what you’d like to add or increase is far […]

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Spotlight on Aubergine

Spotlight on Aubergine

A classic Mediterranean vegetable, the aubergine is related to peppers, potatoes and tomatoes as part of the “nightshade” family and comes in various shapes, sizes and colours.. The most common variety here in the UK is the pear shaped glossy deep purple aubergine, also known as “eggplant”.

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September is the New January

September is the New January

September is an ideal time to consider the past year; in particular, your expectations and achievements. Have you fulfilled yourself on a personal level or has the year run away with you and you’ve yet to begin certain tasks you’d promised yourself you would this time last year?! September is the new January! Taking the […]

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Bring Back the Butter

Bring Back the Butter

A study published in the British Medical Journal last month has prompted a change in thinking….saturated fats are no longer the villain. The study revealed that those who avoided butter, a saturated fat, in favour of healthy spread alternatives may indeed have noted a drop in cholesterol levels, but this didn’t necessarily translate into a lower risk of heart disease.

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Welcome to maysimpkin.com

As the summer holidays come to an end, the stark reality of the long lazy lunches, relaxing poolside and lack of routine suddenly doesn’t feel so good and addressing your health and lifestyle becomes a matter of urgency!  September is an ideal time to take control and reintroduce the healthy habits that make you look […]

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