Category Archives: Sally Cronin

Smorgasbord Health -#Morbid Obesity – Size Matters – The Sequel – Chapter Two – The Accumulative Factor of Food and Life – Sally Cronin

The key to losing weight and eating healthily is taking a good look inside yourself and facing your demons…Sally did and here she tells her story with honesty…Well worth a read ….

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This is the updated and fifth edition of Size Matters and will be re-released later in the year. Although it contains much of the original material in relation to my own personal story, the programme has evolved over the last 20 years.

Although I studied nutritional therapy back in the mid-1990s, I have continued my studies and developed new programmes for healthy eating that are tailor made for the individual rather than a one size fits all. I still believe that the key elements of this basic weight loss programme I will share with you in this updated version works. Even when I work with clients who have arthritis or diabetes, I still approach their programmes from the three dimensions that I outline in this book. Our physical approach, our mental attitude and our emotions are all factors in how we overcome disease and obesity, and should all be addressed…

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Smorgasbord Health Column – Influenza – The herb Goldenseal.

Cold and flu time is creeping up on many of us…If you are looking for natural remedies then this post offers some good advice 🙂

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In the last few health column posts I have covered the upcoming influenza season with news of a mega-vaccine and how to boost the immune system to prevent infection. I also mentioned the preventative and therapeutic properties of Echinacea and  in this post I want to follow up with another herb with similar properties but is not quite as popular.

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Echinacea is an herb that might help prevent infections from colds and also help alleviate the symptoms if you actually caught one. Goldenseal has similar properties and also has a number of other reported medicinal properties including being anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal as well as being full of nutrients. It contains Vitamins A, C and E, B-complex, calcium, iron and manganese.

A word of warning about Goldenseal, it is a uterine stimulant which means that you should not take if you are…

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Smorgasbord Blogger Daily – Meet the #Reviewers – Monday October 1st, 2018 – D.G. Kaye reviews Leslie Tate, Carol Taylor exposes Hot Dogs and Teagan Geneviene illuminates the 1920s

My thanks go out to Sally for the inclusion of my post in her new Daily meet the reviewer’s posts. I am honoured but also feel the unethical practices of greedy manufacturers should be exposed…Thank you, Sally 🙂 xxx

Smorgasbord Reblog – A visit to D.G. Kaye and new book excerpt

I am always happy to promote, Sally as she tirelessly promotes all of us so time to pay forward 🙂 xxx I hope you will enjoy learning more about this lady called Sally you are in for some surprises 🙂 xxxx

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Food and Cookery Column – Carol Taylor Cooks with Mince

I think mince is the most versatile food ever so much you can make with it…Check out my Thai Burgers something different…

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Welcome to this week’s cookery column where I will be cooking with mince…sometimes I buy my mince ready to go and sometimes I mince my own using a very sharp knife it is a coarser mince then but some recipes call for a coarser type of mince meat.

If I am mincing already cooked meats i.e. that elusive lamb for a cottage pie I would use my Nan’s mincer which I still have, which is many years old and has been around the world with me, it must by now be 70 plus years old or more and still works .

Mince is a very versatile ingredient and today I thought instead of dishes with all the sauces and preparation I would show some quick meals which can be made with mince…
Any meat can be used chicken, pork, beef and where to start??

I prefer chilli to spaghetti Bolognese…

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