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Jane Clarke, dietician & Britain’s most trusted Nutritionist. Founder of Nourish; helping people facing health challenges via nourishing food, recipes & support
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Jane Clarke 22h
Nourish chef Andreas has been showing off his knife skills again! So pretty…
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Jane Clarke Aug 19
Herbs add such an incredible hit of flavour to the simplest dishes, like this avocado and tomato salad. Experiment with different flavours and don't be afraid to get heavy handed when you throw them in!
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Jane Clarke Aug 18
We're talking about men, food and cancer over on our blog…
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Jane Clarke Aug 18
Our next email newsletter goes out tomorrow but there's still time to sign up to get your copy in your inbox. Click the link to register:
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Jane Clarke Aug 17
It doesn't take long to slice a pear but it turns a simple snack into a really tempting treat - ideal if you're looking after someone who doesn't have much of an appetite, or simply as a way for you to pause and enjoy each mouthful.
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Jane Clarke Aug 15
A simple salad with homegrown broad beans, runner beans, herbs, salad leaves, Scottish smoked trout and organic eggs. Summertime eating!
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Jane Clarke Aug 14
A poor night's sleep can leave your tummy feeling unsettled in the morning. A bowlful of cool Greek yoghurt with pectin-rich stewed apple with calm the gut.
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Jane Clarke Aug 13
This chia bowl was such a lovely start to the day! Rich in protein to sustain through the morning, plus antioxidant-rich berries and crunchy seeds full of healthy omega 3 oils. Enjoyed at Brighton's Cafe Coho.
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Jane Clarke Aug 13
Thank you for asking us to contribute. Hope you enjoy the recipe!
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Jane Clarke Aug 12
Jane has been picking mushrooms from the garden. Time for mushroom soup?
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Jane Clarke Aug 11
Just a little mindful sourdough moment! The slow fermentation of sourdough can mean it's less likely to cause bloating if you're sensitive to bread.
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Jane Clarke Aug 11
We're big fans of herbs - even in breakfast! This mango, blueberry & mint salad hits the spot…
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Jane Clarke Aug 10
This pancake stack is the perfect way to start a Saturday… Made with buckwheat flour, blueberries and prunes, they're healthy but oh-so moreish! Find the recipe here:
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Jane Clarke Aug 8
Our Bright Green Pea Soup can be eaten chilled, so it's a wonderfully fresh summer lunch or supper. And it's gentle on the gut, too. Enjoy! Find the recipe here:
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Jane Clarke Aug 7
Jane takes a look at the links between sugar and cancer in her video with Macmillan: take a look here
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Jane Clarke Aug 6
No one wants that bloated feeling, when your tummy seems distended after eating. Here are trigger foods to avoid… broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, onions, lentils and beans, cream and butter. Read more tips here:
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Jane Clarke Aug 5
If you find it hard to eat much in the hot weather, keep your strength up with a glass of chilled, flavoured milk/mylk. Not just for kids, try our peach & passionfruit, mango, berry and coconut recipes here:
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Jane Clarke Aug 4
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Jane Clarke Aug 3
We've been busy picking broad beans in the garden. Now the podding begins… What are you doing this Saturday?
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Jane Clarke Aug 1
British diets are generally low in healthy fibre. But if we're unwell and not eating a lot, too much fibre can fill us up so we don't get the nutrients we need. Here's how to get the fuel vs fibre balance right…
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