Month: December 2016

A Seasonal Recipe

December 19th, 2016 | Posted in Recipes | Uncategorized

Here's a delicious seasonal and festive recipe that will help to up your vegetable and fibre intake.Chestnut Filled SquashGluten free, dairy free, veganServes 84 small round squash, halved and deseeded eg: acorn, red kuri or onion squash4 tbsp olive oil or coconut oil2 red onions, peeled and finely sliced2 stalks of celery, finely sliced2 cloves ...

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Hello December

December 15th, 2016 | Posted in Uncategorized

December can be a wonderfully cosy time of year with religious festivals and the winter solstice providing opportunities for both conviviality and reflection. Scheduling time to come together for feasting and fun is something that is embedded in religions and cultures across the globe. However, it can become emotionally charged with unusual ...

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Want to be happier? Forget 5 fruit and veg a day, go for 8!

December 13th, 2016 | Posted in Uncategorized

Whilst it is well established that eating a diet high in fruit and vegetables reduces the risk of many diseases including cancer and cardiovascular disease, until now little research has been carried out into the effects of the consumption of fruit and vegetables on psychological well being. Recent research indicates that eating more fruit and ...

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Food for Thought Kingston – Proud winners of the Kingston Business Excellence Awards – Best Independent Retailer 2016!

December 8th, 2016 | Posted in Uncategorized

Food For Thought Kingston, looking after your well being for over 30 years! Proud winners of the Kingston Business Excellence Awards - Best Independent Retailer 2016! We are ending 2016 on a terrific high after winning the Kingston Business Excellence Award for the Best Independent Retailer 2016. We first of all would like to thank all of our ...

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GM Crops – Not all they were cracked up to be

December 2nd, 2016 | Posted in Uncategorized

Since the 1990s the controversy over genetically modified (GM) crops has largely focused on their long term impact on human and animal health and the environment. However, research by the New York Times indicates that the more fundamental problem is that GM crops do not produce higher yields, nor have they led to an overall reduction in the use of ...

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