I’ve just spent a lovely few days with friends in West Cork and as usual overindulged in the fabulous food and drink available there. Time to get back to more moderate eating. But that doesn’t mean boring.
This morning’s smoothie is a bit more fruity than usual as I wanted to use up the fruit left over from last week so added a ripe pear and wrinkly little apple to my usual blueberries and raspberries. Here’s the recipe
A few raspberries and blueberries
A small apple
A small pear
1 desertspoon or chia seeds
2 desertspoons of oats
1 teaspoon of cocoa powder
1 desertspoon of supper sprout mix
Topped up with coconut water
Whizz up and drink slowly. Yum. Sweet but nutritious as it’s of magnesium, protein, slow release carbohydrates and vitamins.
Acupuncture can help keep a woman healthy but good organic home made food fuels the system too.
Gaynor Hollis is a Classical Five Element Acupuncturist with a thriving practice in Birmingham. She is interested in all things healthy and life style related not just Chinese and Japanese acupuncture.