02nd December
Swede is bursting with nutrients and consequently boasts many health properties. Not to be confused with the turnip, swede has yellow or white flesh and is much larger than the turnip. Swede, like other cruciferous vegetables, is rich in glucosinolates. Studies indicate that these phytonutrients ha...
25th November
    K is for Kale! Kale is one of the richest sources of vitamin K, but it also boasts high vitamin C and vitamin A content, and is packed with a variety of other vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Vitamin K is vital for bone health and blood clotting. We produce about half of ou...
18th November
Usually seen as a festive side dish but brussel sprouts are in fact a ‘super veg’ - bursting with an amazing variety of beneficial nutrients. It is these nutrients that promote its wonderful health benefits. Brussel sprouts belong to the group of vegetables known as the brassica family, which inc...
11th November
  Clever Cauliflower! Not only is cauliflower packed with a vast variety of nutrients, it offers an array of health benefits too. Perhaps the most interesting, is cauliflower’s ability to support our detoxification process! We subject our body to a huge number of toxins everyday due to our...
04th November
Leeks share similar health promoting properties to other ‘allium’ family vegetables including garlic and onion. They are bursting with nutrients and are particularly wonderful for cardio-vascular health. Many components of leeks contribute to supporting the cardio vascular system. The flavonoid,...

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