This is a lovely earthy soup, which looks great, and does you good to boot! Nettles can be used in cooking roughly the same way as you might use spinach. When collecting, pick only the top 2-4 leaves, and only in Spring, before the nettle flowers. If you wear gloves, you can easily avoid being […]
About Neil Kingham
Neil is a firm advocate of application of Chinese health practices in the pursuit of optimum health. He teaches that everyone can improve their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being, in a constant and ongoing 'Radiant Health Evolution'.
Entries by Neil Kingham
By popular request, here is the recipe for my Malty Flapjacks. I’ve spent some time gradually refining this recipe – the finished result used honey and malt instead of white sugar, and also much less fat than most flapjack recipes. It’s very easy to cook, and about as healthy as a sweet treat can be! […]
Qi Gong (or ‘Chi Kung’) is one of the branches of Chinese Medicine, and is closely related to T’ai Chi (taiji). It literally means ‘energy work’ and is considered by many both the most important and the most profound method of health maintenance and spiritual development. Qi Gong is typically divided into 5 types: Taoist, […]
I’m a big fan of beans and pulses, and I think they’re under-used by most of us. Someone was saying to me recently that they didn’t know any ways to cook them, and I promised to come up with a simple recipe that can’t go wrong, and here it is – Easy Lentil Soup (serves […]
BRISTOL CHINESE MEDICINE CLINIC
Neil is a firm advocate of the use of Chinese health practices in the pursuit of optimum health.
He believes that holistic Chinese medicine techniques remain the best way to treat illness and improve health on all levels and is dedicated to spreading this message far and wide.
He teaches that everyone can improve their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being, in a constant and ongoing 'Radiant Health Evolution'.
If you want to experience that evolution for yourself, you're in the right place.