How To Make Sea Moss Gel (Video)

Greetings Lovelies!! There are various types of sea moss on the market, at this time I am selling the Eucheuma Cottinil variety from St Lucia. Once soaked and turned into a gel, Sea Moss can be used to add nutrients to fruit smoothies, nut milks and ice creams, it’s also used as a thickening and gelling agent to make vegan cheesecakes, mouses and other desserts .

It is a naturally occurring source of iodine, collagen, fibre and it is rich in vitamins, minerals, particularly potassium chloride. Here’s a quick video showing you how to make the gel from the actual dry moss I have in store (more…)

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The Black Mama Circle Is Back!!!

Greetings Lovelies!!


3 Years ago, at the last Naturally You Day event I held in London, I launched a program I’ve wanted to launch for years and it was filled in 3 days.

30 women joined me for 9 weeks, as we grew, shared and bonded from around the UK, meeting online and via our (still very active) WhatsApp group.

We’ve had more women join since and now I’m opening the doors again to a new, improved and updated

Black Mama Circle!!!!

The Black Mama Circle is a 9 week online natural health and personal development program, especially created to cater to the needs of black mothers.

This online program will take you through 9 weekly steps, giving you life enhancing information, support and guidance which are:


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Healthy Eating & Family Snacks During Lockdown

Greetings family!!!

Whenever school holidays roll around, one of the biggest worries I hear from parents is “they’re going to eat me out of house and home”!!!! For those who don’t get this statement immediately, parents are worried that now their children will be at home for a few weeks, they’ll be eating their way through all the food in the house.

At the time of writing and recording, we’ve just entered into the COVID 19 lockdown, where most children’s schools have been closed and many people are being asked to work from home.

As a home educating mum for the past 12yrs and a nutritionist for a similar time, in today’s video, i’ll be sharing how you can eating healthy snacks, plan your days and meals and make family eating and snacking workable during this time.


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How I Prepare Our Nuts, Seeds, Beans & Grains #NYR24

Greetings Lovelies!!!


Enhanced Audio Version of article below & Naturally You Radio Podcast Episode 24 



I’ve been in the practice of mindfully preparing our whole foods to get the most nutrients and digestibility (is that a real word?!?) out of them as possible.

One of the things i do to achieve this is soaking and sometimes sprouting almost all of our nuts, seeds, beans, lentils and grains before cooking or eating them.

Here’s an excerpt from my book “Becoming Naturally You” page 138 where I explain the reason for doing this:


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If At First You Don’t Like Greens…

“If at first you don’t like greens, juice them and try again” Leah Salmon

We’re living in an amazing time for healthy eating, where Kale is the new cool and there are green smoothies available in nearly every corner shop, supermarket and petrol station.

We all know greens are good for us and they are more available than ever before, but if you or your children, still struggle to eat them on a daily basis, you’re not alone and below I’ll be sharing 9 ways to get in more.


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What Can I Do With Papaya Seeds?

Greetings lovelies!!!

Today we are paying homage to an absolute super food – Papaya, in particular papaya seeds!!!

Not only is this soft, pretty pink fruit packed with vitamin C and A, it’s also noted to be helpful for reducing diabetes, excess cholesterol and eases period pain. It’s been used as a meat tenderizer for years as it also contains papain, a digestive enzyme with helps break down protein, which can also help your body digest proteins too.


I love eating papaya on it’s own or adding it to a fruit salad topped with nut cream. I’m the only fan of it in my house, so I don’t get it that often, but I got asked a question when I posted a picture of it on my Facebook page asking: 


Leah, do you do anything with the papaya seeds?

papaya seeds


Great question! So I thought I’d answer in the quick video below


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