Tigernuts have been around for thousands of years. In fact, according to research published by Oxford University, they made up 80 per cent of the diet of ‘Nutcracker Man’, who lived two million years ago. They’ve hung around a fair while too –  a popular choice at the local sweet shop as recently as the …

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Greek yoghurt is high in protein, all-natural, and makes for a fabulous substitution for a lot of other less-healthy ingredients in baking and cooking. I was never really a big fan of yoghurt until I tried the Greek versions – it’s strained to produce a thicker, creamier texture. Not dissimilar to loosely whipped cream, the stiffness …

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  There’s no denying people are continuing to go loco for coconut oil.  No longer considered to be an artery-clogging fat, we now know coconut oil is actually amazing for our bodies! Coconut oil is metabolised differently to traditional saturated fats thanks to it’s medium-chain saturated fatty acids (MCFAs) and can have positive effects in …

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