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Turmeric Figgy Pudding

The health properties of turmeric are well researched and documented, and so has gained respect the medical field for its antioxidant profile and ability to fight inflammation. Curcumin is the active compound in turmeric, though makes up just 3%, so use a curcumin supplement if you want to access the most potent benefits. Add black pepper anytime you use turmeric and this greatly increases its bioavailability.

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Raw Seed Bars (Grain-Free)

Raw seed bars were one of the first ‘health food’ recipes I ever made – they’re so simple to make and you can really pack in the good stuff! Seeds, nuts and coconut oil are all good sources of essential fatty acids and, as the name suggests, are essential to the body. EFA’s and are involved in numerous processes including brain and nerve function, energy, metabolism and healthy skin, hair and nails.

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Cooling Green Smoothie

This uber-green smoothie is calming and cooling and can be used pre-that time of the month to help combat excess heat and inflammation. Since smoothies are blended foods, this makes them very easy for your body to digest. Digestion consumes vast amounts of energy so by taking the load of the digestive system, your body can channel energy towards cleansing and healing.

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Overnight Coconut Oats

When transitioning to a plant-based diet, it can seem like work (chopping, chopping, chopping veg). I believe any extra effort is completely worth it, though it is nice when you can have a recipe that bears instructions as short and brief as these! Since you make it the night before, it’s there waiting for you when you wake up, perfect if you want to fit in a 15-minute home-yoga session first thing.

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Spiced Pear Porridge

Pears are an excellent way to sweeten things up. Warm, cosy and filling, perfect for a winter’s morning! Oh, and you see that drizzled date syrup? You don’t need to do that much if at all, I was just making the photo look pretty (and by that I mean I was way too heavy-handed, whoops).

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