Entries by Barry Honeycombe

Press Release – New, medically backed US drive for whole-food, plant-based nutrition hits the UK

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – JULY 2014 New, medically backed US drive for whole-food, plant-based nutrition hits the UK – Plantalicious launches with free recipes and introductory e-guide   The latest – and most nutritionally sound – health revolution from the US has now arrived in the UK. As delegates sign up for […]

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The A-Z of Plantalicious Ingredients – J Is for Jerusalem Artichoke

Have you seen them?  These nobbly little bundles of delicious nutyness?  Jerusalem Artichokes are only around for a short season in the UK, but if you can get them, buy them.  They are so delicious and worth the effort needed to prepare them. You may know Jerusalem artichokes by their alternate or US name, Sunchokes. […]

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The A-Z of Plantalicious Ingredients – I Is for Iceberg Lettuce

Iceberg lettuce is sort of the black sheep of the lettuce family. It’s one of those most ignored foods, so often taken for granted and stuffed in a bun with a burger to make it “look healthy”.  As a child, it was a staple in our house, along with tomatoes and cucumber for a “British […]

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EatMorePlants – “I can’t! It’s Too hard” – 66% is better than nothing – The 2/3rd-1/3rd Plan

The hashtag that I use on Twitter is #EatMorePlants.     A lot of people say that going plant-based or vegan for health reasons is a big leap.     Really?  A big leap? What a bigger leap than taking medications like statins daily for the rest of your life? A big leap compared to […]

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A LITTLE CUP OF TEA – a great offer from THE LONDON TEA COMPANY – Save 20% on your first order!

When I was growing up, there was very little in our household that couldn’t be solved by “a nice cup of tea”. The kettle in our house was invariably still hot from having been boiled or being filled with cold water ready to boil again for another pot of tea. My auntie Jan was even […]

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Get the Plantalicious 3 Day Challenge e-Book for free (save £6.99)

If you have not heard already, I have produced an e-book that is a handy guide as a starter for those new to, or curious about a plant-based diet.  Maybe you just want to reduce your meat intake by one or two meals a week, or you just do not know what to buy to […]

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The A-Z of Plantalicious Ingredients – H is for Hamburg Parsley

Hamburg Root Parsley is somewhat of a unique ‘off-beat vegetable’. Although this wonderful white and green vegetable is not as common as other root veggies, parsley root is extremely delicious and deserves much more recognition than it gets Very easy to grow, both the leaves and root are edible. Parsley Root Hamburg has edible large […]

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“International NO Diet Day” – My thoughts on diets and self-esteem. Why diets do not work for me. Do they work for you?

Today is International No Diet Day, which got me thinking about all the diets  I have done over the years.  There have been a lot!  You can read all about my dieting history in the “About Me” section. One of the things that I remembered today, was a turning point in my life and my […]

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F is for FIBRE – Are you getting enough? Are you “going” enough???

Do you remember the F Plan Diet? I do. The book by British author Audrey Eyton became a huge best seller. Basically the diet suggested restricting calories whilst eating large amounts of fibre. It was also known by another “F” due to the Flatulence it caused! It’s almost 35 years since the F Plan hit the […]

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There are no “Silver Bullets” – It’s progress not perfection and dealing with the frustrations.

Here is a video blog entry about my experience and recent “low point” after 12 months of following a plant-based diet.     Please share your experiences by adding some comments or by joining the community.

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