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    If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health.


  • FP Slide B

    Don't dig your grave with your own knife and fork

    English proverb

  • FP Slide C

    He that takes medicine and neglects diet wastes the skills of the physician

    Chinese proverb

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Here in the Western society, we are surrounded by an abundance of food everywhere we look.

We need to eat.

Food is our life source; it gives us energy and enables us to function.

However, it is ours to make the choice of what, when and how much we eat.

We are all unique, and all have different wants and needs. By choosing the right foods for our individual bodies, we can ensure it functions optimally, providing us with vitality during the day, and enabling restful sleep at night.

Our bodies are truly amazing, every minute, of every day they are working to maintain health and balance within us, but sometimes, like us all, they can feel over worked and neglected, and may even need a little extra attention.

Absorb Harmony aims to maintain wellness and equilibrium throughout the body, by offering personalised nutritional therapy and lifestyle education.

The therapy is designed to promote:

  • Optimal energy levels
  • Healthy blood sugar balance
  • Emotional and psychological wellbeing
  • Optimum gastrointestinal health
  • Healthy and sustained weight loss or weight gain
  • Support of natural detox and elimination pathways, maintaining healthy skin and balanced hormones.

Food is our fuel, but can it also be our medicine?


Sally's Blog

A for Asparagus

I thought today, as we are currently in spring (apparently!), it would be good to look at some of the benefits of one of the delicious seasonal vegetables that will be available in the next few months. The Asparagus plant has spear like shoots with a tight bud at the top. It is normally green or pur ...
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The Beautiful B’s

Now we are heading towards spring, let’s begin focusing on the beautiful B’s. There are quite a few varieties of fruit and veg in this category, so I will have to spread them over a couple of weeks in order to enjoy them all. There are even a couple that I have not used in cooking before, so ...
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A new discovery!

Well, up until Sunday, I thought I had fully covered the A's and moved unto the vast quantity of B's. I'm sure though, a few of you may well have thought that I had missed out Artichoke, but hold fire, as these beauties are to be listed under their different varieties later in the game! However, on ...
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Beetroot and Chive cous cous

150g couscous 150ml Vegetable stock or water (boiling) 1 cooked beetroot 1 large tomato 20g fresh chives snipped 1 tablespoon Extra virgin Olive Oil 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract 1 tbsp lemon juice 50g soft goats cheese crumbled Place the couscous in a large bowl, add boiling water or stoc ...
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Beetroot and Chocolate muffins

100g of dark chocolate 70% cocoa or over 8oz beetroot 3 large eggs beaten 3oz flour of choice (plain, buckwheat, chickpea or chestnut) 3oz ground almonds 1oz cocoa powder 2.5 oz of coconut sugar 1 teaspoons of vanilla extract 1tbsp coconut oil 1.5 tsp of baking powder Makes 12 ...
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