I’m back! So sorry to have been away so long! What has been happening? I have taken time out to help to nurse my mother who was being nursed at home having Frontotemporal dementia. When she died in June 2016 my brother and I arranged her funeral. I also lost my dear auntie to Alzheimer’s a month […]
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How not to Die? Hmm intriguing title! Latest on Immortality? With the book beside me as I type I have already had someone say that we all die eventually and ask so what is this all about? This is Dr Greger’s excellent life changing new book and it packs a big punch right up front […]
Given that both my mother and my husband have quite advanced dementia, I have had to think and research about the possible causes of Alzheimer’s disease and the other kinds of dementia, and my research has led me back to a whole-food plant-based diet as being the best way to prevent brain decline in later […]
Give me my daily salad anytime! Wow! Never ever thought I would love salad! Growing up, I didn’t like my greens but then when I was a little girl, salad consisted of lettuce, tomato and cucumber with sugar sprinted over the lot! Yuk! I used to think that salad was a punishment food! Cabbage tended to […]
Wild Food Café in colourful Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden, London, is my very favourite place to eat when I am in town. Go into Neal’s Yard and look up! Wild Food Café is above your head on the first floor. Wild Food Café, the much loved creation of Joel and Aiste, is a raw-centric, vegan / […]
Why canal boat tales? Last week I purchased a secondhand canal boat. It is moored on the River Thames and will be there over the winter. It is going to be my retreat from all my caring duties. For those of you who do not know, I currently am responsible for 3 teams of carers […]
Rubbing shoulders with death? Why on earth am I writing about this? Do I hear you say “wacky”? Yup, maybe, but bear with me and maybe, just maybe, I can convince you that a quick shoulder rub occasionally will make you feel more alive than ever before. Please read on and decide for yourself…
Typical supper salad recipe for me. This is what I ate last night so it is hot news. Well, except that of course it was raw! LOL! Making it took me about 5 minutes if that.
“Skin Writing” is one of my more interesting symptoms. First and foremost, please take a look at Ariana Page Russell’s beautiful art work here on her website. Please also see her website about skin writing entitled Skin To Me or Skintome. for more detailed information and advice about this condition. Ariana is the expert. She […]
Thought I would make a chia dessert, this evening. My sweet tooth got the better of me. This one contained raw carob which is something I love. It is sweet and chocolatey without bringing on my sometimes adverse histamine reaction to chocolate – NO sudden outbreak of spots! Hooray!.
We create our bodies every day by what we put into them. I do not think I really thought about this over much until things started going very wrong with my body and this simple fact was pointed out to me by my then consultant.