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Andrea Bayles Nutritional Therapist
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  • 11 Nov

    Super Immune Juice

    This juice is packed with more than your RDA of Vitamin C and Vitamin A essential for boosting immunity.[...] Read More 
  • 12 Jul

    Prawn, Enoki and Alfalfa Hand Rolls

    If you love sushi but feel daunted by making your own, these hand rolls are a great alternative. Sea vegetables are a useful source of iodine, an important nutrient for thyroid function. Rather than rice, these rolls contain soft rice noodles, combined with prawns to provide protein, omega-3 fats and minerals (selenium, zinc, copper and iron) for thyroid function.[...] Read More 
  • 12 Jun

    Breakfast Berry Muffins

    Café muffins are traditionally loaded with sugar and gluten, so this healthy version is packed with soluble fibre from the oats, flaxseed and dried fruit and will aid bowel elimination. If you do not have rice and potato flour substitute with a commercial wholegrain gluten-free flour mix instead.[...] Read More 
  • 12 Jun

    Papaya Fruit Salad with Lemongrass Dressing

    Papaya is rich in papain, an enzyme that helps digest proteins. This enzyme is especially concentrated when the fruit is unripe. Pineapple also contains bromelain (in the core) which is a similar enzyme for digesting proteins.[...] Read More 
  • 21 May

    Asparagus

    May is the season for Asparagus. Try this delicious, simple recipe which is full of goodness. In one serving you get 2/3rds of your daily need for folic acid which is great for heart health and for a developing foetus. Asparagus also contains an amino acid known as asparagine, along with potassium and low sodium content it makes a great kidney cleanser and diuretic.[...] Read More 
  • 17 Apr

    Warm artichoke and feta salad with lemon dressing

    Globe artichokes have been traditionally used to support liver function. They increase bile flow from the gall bladder to the liver aiding in the digestion of fats and are also a good source of soluble fibre. If you are short of time, you could substitute fresh artichokes with those marinated in olive oil.[...] Read More 
  • 11 Feb

    Sweet Potato and Spinach Curry

    Inspired by my recent visit to Thailand and my love of Thai food and all things coconutty, I have included a delicious recipe for a vegetarian coconut based curry spiced for the western palate![...] Read More 
  • 16 Jan

    Recipe for beating the winter blues: Italian Baked Haddock (Serves 4)

    .......with a Palaeolithic approach to eating.[...] Read More 
  • 16 Dec

    Healthy Mince Pies

    I really love the flavours of mincemeat in a mince pie, warm with a little low-fat crème fraiche (for a treat), Christmas just isn't Christmas without the aromas of warm mince pies and the spices that give them that festive flavour![...] Read More 
  • 05 Dec

    Fresh Fruit Compote

    We find a bowl of this compote, topped with some of our special crunchy granola and a spoonful of low-fat yoghurt, sets us up a treat in the morning. It's like sunshine for your insides.[...] Read More 
  • "Andrea at Natural Solutions is my first port of call when my body is not functioning the way I want it to. Unfortunately I live too far away to see her for face to face consultations but by talking to her on Skype she always seems to come up with a solution. I have used her for my children and my husband as well and her support has always been fantastic. When my husband went through complications after a medical procedure she sorted him out with supplements and suggestions of how to deal with it, which made it all more manageable. Great service, Andrea! Many thanks. "Ancki Danby, Southampton