the Heartwood YouTube Channel, every week starting Feb. 22nd, 2017 Reconnect with the healing power of plants - Join expert herbalists Frances Hambly and  Kirsten Hartvig as they search out and identify healing herbs in their natural habitats, and show you how to prepare and use them to treat minor ailments, preserve health, and add interest and flavor to your cooking. 

the Heartwood YouTube Channel, every week starting Feb. 22nd, 2017
Reconnect with the healing power of plants Join expert herbalists Frances Hambly and  Kirsten Hartvig as they search out and identify healing herbs in their natural habitats, and show you how to prepare and use them to treat minor ailments, preserve health, and add interest and flavor to your cooking. 

Healing Spices Positive Health Online, issue 233 - October 2016 In a world that is awash with synthetic flavours, the many reasons for using real spices have all but disappeared, together with the cultures for whom the use of spices was an essential part of the fabric of daily life.

Healing Spices
Positive Health Online, issue 233 - October 2016

In a world that is awash with synthetic flavours, the many reasons for using real spices have all but disappeared, together with the cultures for whom the use of spices was an essential part of the fabric of daily life.

Big Health Benefits in Small Packages: 7 Healing Berries With Powerful Health-Boosting Properties ConsciousLifestyle Magazine

Big Health Benefits in Small Packages:
7 Healing Berries With Powerful Health-Boosting Properties

ConsciousLifestyle
Magazine

7 Ultra-Healthy Spices That Supercharge Your Body as You Eat.  ConsciousLifestyle Magazine When Hippocrates proclaimed ‘let food be thy medicine’ we are pretty sure he meant these ultra healthy spices with powerful healing properties...

7 Ultra-Healthy Spices That Supercharge Your Body as You Eat

ConsciousLifestyle
Magazine

When Hippocrates proclaimed ‘let food be thy medicine’ we are pretty sure he meant these ultra healthy spices with powerful healing properties...

Feel-Good Food The Best You,  July 18, 2016 Acclaimed nutritionist Kirsten Hartvig says berries and spices have the power to heal and improve our wellbeing You are what you eat is a saying that has been with us for centuries, and so it makes absolute sense that eating naturally and seeking goodness from simple, unprocessed foodstuffs is the right way to ensure our bodies get the best benefit.

Feel-Good Food

The Best You
July 18, 2016

Acclaimed nutritionist Kirsten Hartvig says berries and spices have the power to heal and improve our wellbeing

You are what you eat is a saying that has been with us for centuries, and so it makes absolute sense that eating naturally and seeking goodness from simple, unprocessed foodstuffs is the right way to ensure our bodies get the best benefit.

Kindred Spirit HEALTH/HEALING / MAGAZINE 10 MAY, 2016 The Lean Season Take a naturopathic approach to your spring detox with Kirsten Hartvig. In nature, winter is the lean season. The life force has withdrawn deep into the soil while nature sleeps and prepares for the...

Kindred Spirit

HEALTH/HEALING / MAGAZINE

10 MAY, 2016

The Lean Season

Take a naturopathic approach to your spring detox with Kirsten Hartvig. In nature, winter is the lean season. The life force has withdrawn deep into the soil while nature sleeps and prepares for the...

Healing Spices  is a very good, enchanting, magical book about the world of spices. Spices are commonly used in the USA for baking, cooking, but we still know that they can heal also our body? Yes: as in the past herbs were for example our medicines, when chemical medicines didn't exist, spices have the same role. by Anna Maria Polidori

Healing Spices  is a very good, enchanting, magical book about the world of spices.
Spices are commonly used in the USA for baking, cooking, but we still know that they can heal also our body?

Yes: as in the past herbs were for example our medicines, when chemical medicines didn't exist, spices have the same role.

by Anna Maria Polidori

Weight Loss: 100 Ways To Cut 100 Calories Natural Health Magazine ant to lose weight without dieting? Make tiny changes to your daily food choices and you’ll notice a big difference in the long-term. “Eat less by filling up before each meal with fruit or salad,” says naturopath and medical herbalist Kirsten Hartvig, author of The Healthy Diet Calorie Counter. by Alice Whitehead

Weight Loss: 100 Ways To Cut 100 Calories
Natural Health Magazine

ant to lose weight without dieting? Make tiny changes to your daily food choices and you’ll notice a big difference in the long-term.

“Eat less by filling up before each meal with fruit or salad,” says naturopath and medical herbalist Kirsten Hartvig, author of The Healthy Diet Calorie Counter.

by Alice Whitehead

Kirsten Hartvig i Silkeborg  Kræftforeningen Tidslerne Tirsdag den 6. marts havde Silkeborgkredsen besøg af naturopat og phytoterapeut Kirsten Hartvig, der har en seksårig uddannelse som naturlæge i England.  af Ellen Sevelsted

Kirsten Hartvig i Silkeborg 

Kræftforeningen Tidslerne

Tirsdag den 6. marts havde Silkeborgkredsen besøg af naturopat og phytoterapeut Kirsten Hartvig, der har en seksårig uddannelse som naturlæge i England. 

af Ellen Sevelsted

E-book reviews on Goodreads Claire's Review: I was so pleased when publisher Nourish granted my wish on Netgalley and this book arrived on my shelf. I use quite a lot of spices, and I'm always eager to discover new ways to incorporate them in my diet.  Each spice has it's own place in the directory, with details of origin, uses, and buying and storing pointers. I learned a lot about the spices I already use, and discovered some new spices too. The recipe section is fantastic. I've tried several of the recipes now, and have been suitably impressed. I've decided to buy a print copy to add to my cookbook collection, as I'll be using the recipes lots more in the future. I'd recommend this book to those who already like to use spices in their cooking, baking and in drinks, and those who are keen to get to know spices better. Special thanks to Nourish and Netgalley for granting my wish and placing this book on my shelf.

E-book reviews on Goodreads

Claire's Review:
I was so pleased when publisher Nourish granted my wish on Netgalley and this book arrived on my shelf. I use quite a lot of spices, and I'm always eager to discover new ways to incorporate them in my diet. 
Each spice has it's own place in the directory, with details of origin, uses, and buying and storing pointers. I learned a lot about the spices I already use, and discovered some new spices too.
The recipe section is fantastic. I've tried several of the recipes now, and have been suitably impressed. I've decided to buy a print copy to add to my cookbook collection, as I'll be using the recipes lots more in the future. I'd recommend this book to those who already like to use spices in their cooking, baking and in drinks, and those who are keen to get to know spices better.
Special thanks to Nourish and Netgalley for granting my wish and placing this book on my shelf.

Cygnus Book Club REVIEW The companion volume to Healing Spices, this book illuminates the many benefits of berries in meals and drinks. We all love smoothies but only now are scientists, cooks and indeed the general public waking up to their immense health benefits. Again there are 50 profiles of the various berries, like bilberries, blueberries, rose hips and sloes, so many of which are not that hard to get hold of. Kirsten also of course flags up the great joy in foraging and collecting the berries for yourself. And then there are the recipes – not all drinks and desserts! There are main courses like Pasta with Walnut and Blackcurrant Pesto and Rose Hip Risotto. It’s an immensely fun and educational book.

Cygnus Book Club REVIEW

The companion volume to Healing Spices, this book illuminates the many benefits of berries in meals and drinks. We all love smoothies but only now are scientists, cooks and indeed the general public waking up to their immense health benefits. Again there are 50 profiles of the various berries, like bilberries, blueberries, rose hips and sloes, so many of which are not that hard to get hold of. Kirsten also of course flags up the great joy in foraging and collecting the berries for yourself. And then there are the recipes – not all drinks and desserts! There are main courses like Pasta with Walnut and Blackcurrant Pesto and Rose Hip Risotto. It’s an immensely fun and educational book.