Starting to think about the fact that I’ve signed myself up to do the catering for a yoga retreat in June so trying out a few food combos, the kind of stuff that people can help themselves to, plenty of … Read More
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So now I’m going to proclaim myself a food genius – look I just did it! But seriously, when I looked in the fridge this week, the day before our food delivery I wasn’t sure I was even going to … Read More
Winter officially arrived this week and I’m thinking that my days of summer salads are numbered. However, with a little bit of spinach still growing in the garden, I wanted to put it to good use! Ingredients (For the salad) … Read More
Randomised, controlled trial find that flotation therapy decreases stress, decreases pain, decreases anxiety and depression and increases optimism
Beneficial effects of treatment with sensory isolation in flotation-tank as a preventive health-care intervention – a randomized controlled pilot trial (2014.) Kjellgre, A & Westman, J This recent study is one of the best I’ve read so far on flotation … Read More
This show stopping salad is actually a mixture of 3 dishes which you could rightfully serve separately if you fancied; an aubergine dip I’ve been making for barbecues for years; originally from a River Cottage cookbook, an incredibility great (and … Read More
Flotation restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST) as a stress-management tool: A meta-analysis (Dierendonck, D & Nijenthuis, J, 2004.) A meta-analysis (when a bunch of clever people get together to look at all previous studies in this area, they look at … Read More
OK, so are you ready for this.. Get some sesame seeds, lightly toast them (do not burn!) Blend them. Add nutritional yeast to taste. Oh my, it can’t be that easy… it is!
“Promising effects of treatment with flotation-REST (restricted environmental stimulation technique) as an intervention for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD): a randomized controlled pilot trial” (Jonsson et all,2016) This randomised trial from 2016 sampled 46 volunteers, they were treated with either 12 … Read More