Veggie Burger

1 tin chickpeas rinsed
1 cup of gluten free oats

1/2 red onion

1 Tbs Tamari

1 courgette

5 sundried tomatoes 

2 Tbs olive oil 

1 garlic clove

Black pepper

1/2 tsp Celtic sea salt

1 tsp cumin seed

Blend then put into a ball and leave in fridge for 30 mins

Sprinkle with buckwheat flour to make into patties then either oven bake for 20mins or fry in coconut oil 

Lentil Burger Bake 

1 onion

2 cloves garlic

1/2 cup sundried tomatoes

3 carrots

6 organic mushrooms

2 sage leaves

1 sprig Rosemary

Small handful of oregano 

2 cups of cooked brown lentils 
Lightly sautéed the onions and garlic in 1 tsp coconut oil with a pinch of raw grey sea salt, when soft turn off and pour into food processor with tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms and herbs and blend till mixed well. Then mix in lentils and stir together. 

You can then make this into a bake or burgers or eat as pâté raw. 

You can oven bake at 140 for 25mins or dehydrate at 105 for 3 hours. 


Loss of parents

As I prepare to give birth to my third child any day now I am reminded of the fact that I have no parents of my own anymore on this earth.

Most of the time I am fine with this and have grown as a person because of it and the challenges I have been through, but there are moments when it hits home again and this is one of them. With 2 weeks left till my due date it is a time of going inwards, a time of reflection, rest, renewal and deeper connection to my baby and ultimately to my life’s journey (whatever that may be) I used to be very close to my parents, calling them most days to chat, for support and love and sometimes I find myself going to pick up the phone to them before I remember that I can’t, at least not on this plane anyway. But it is in these times of pain that I can grow and understand myself and release some of the pain that is stored inside me.


My mother died when I was 21 after being terminally ill since I was 8 years old. In so many ways my childhood has taken away and changed because of the impact of her illness but this has helped me to become the person I am today, someone who wants to share the message of health and wellbeing to myself and those around me.


There are times as a parent when all we want to do is call our parent(s) for advice, love and ultimately someone just to hear you. For that support that you can only really get from your parents. But when you don’t have that you have to be a little bit more resourceful. For me remembering to connect into the earth for that support is where I look. The earth is the ultimate mother so nurtures us all.


Also for me knowing its ok to feel sad, to mourn the loss of my parents, to honour the give of life that they gave me, the path they put me on and the support and love that they did give me. So in this moment I honour my roots and my journey.

It’s not been an easy one, but it has been one that is constantly teaching me to strive to grow, to live life, to be grateful for what I do have.


One of the challenges I faced with my mother getting sick when I was young was on some level a feeling that all women would ultimately abandon me, that really I was alone in this world. This is something that I still struggle with, but that I work on.


When we suffer loss one of the things we do is build up a wall, to protect ourselves from ever being hurt again. This wall keeps us safe or so we think but really all it does is shut us off from love and support. It is only in vulnerability that we can truly grow and really experience life in its fullness.


I don’t think we can every truly be prepared for death and what that holds for those left, but we can try and celebrate the life that we have been given. All life has its challenges and what makes it amazing is how we deal with it. Like the phoenix rising up out of the ashes, what doesn’t kill us only makes us stronger.


Both of my parents taught me that even through sickness we can inspire life in those around us. Even in adversity we can shine. So now my mission is to shine the light I was given, even if this is sometimes challenging to both myself and those around me, and to know that when I feel alone, and out on a limb because of my choices that I know I am working for the highest good and if I can come from a space of love and stay true to myself that I will be supported and guided..




Chocolate cake 

With two weeks left till I give birth I was feeling a little tired and low today and needing a boost as only chocolate and a hug can do. I saw a pic of a cake a friend posted up and decided to Julietteify it

So here it is and boy is it good

Chocolate Cake 
1 1/2 cups of buckwheat flour

1 cup cacao powder

1 tsp baking powder

1 cup maple syrup 

1 1/2 cup hemp milk

1/2 vanilla pod
 Blend and pour in two pans 

Bake at 160 for 25mins or until cooked

1 cup cacao

1 cup coconut sugar

1 cup coconut oil 

1/2 avocado 

1/3 cup hemp milk 
Blend and once cake is cooled cover with it 

Healthy Muffins 

Dry ingredients:
1 cup of buckwheat 

1 cup of brown bread flour (gluten free doves)

1 cup of coconut sugar 

1/2 tsp bicarbonate

Wet ingredients:

2 bananas

1 1/2 cup plant milk

1/2 vanilla pod

1/3 cup melted coconut oil (save till end) 


Mix dry ingredients in a bowl. 

Place wet ingredients into a blender and blend till smooth then mix into the dry mix, when mixed together add in 1/3 cup melted coconut oil. 

Add in chocolate chips, blueberries or whatever fruit you want at this point. 

Pour into cake mould or muffin tin 

Bake for 20mins at 160

Hormone Health Video and New Online Course

Hormone Health is something  that I am very passionate about for both men and women.  This is something that effects most of us at some point in our lives and a subject that isn’t really addressed much. Having out of balance hormones can be a miserable thing leading to lack of energy, mood swings, depression, sleep issues, metabolism issues, fertility problems and more.
For a few simple tips on this have a look at a recent live video I did.

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I will be running a new online course starting this coming Thursday on this subject where I will take a deep look at ways we can overcome course hormonal issues with the use of food and herbs.

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hormone health e-course

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