This is a delicious recipe, inspired by Nigel Slater – I just made it a little bit healthier on my quest to add more fibre to your diet! Did you know that fibre can reduce your risk of developing heart disease? It also can balance your cholesterol levels.
Coming hot on the heels of the festive season, New Years always seems to come around in no time at all. Intended as a time of reflection and renewal, too many people get spontaneously caught up in the moment and make grand promises they know they will inevitably be unable to fulfil. However-don’t panic! New Years resolutions aren’t as overwhelming as they appear, but can change your life massively for the better.
Autumn calls for comfort food, creamy textures and beautiful flavours. Even better if we can add in some great nutrients! Here's a seriously yummy tart, loaded with butternut squash, chard, pine nuts and wholemeal crust... best part: keep a piece for tomorrow's lunch, it's great to eat it cold!
Feeling a bit flat? You would'n let this happen to your phone! Self-care should be a priority and it starts with your brain!
Give me 5 weeks and I’ll show you what’s possible – with science-based ways to reduce brain fog, increase productivity and focus, help your energy levels and drive, increase stress resilience: this is your ticket to a healthier body and brain.
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Everybody loves a good Crumble! Here's the ultimate healthy version - use any fruit you like - you'll love it!
Summer is here! Time for the ultimate summer dish - healthy, substantial, yet light and it won't slow you down! Here's my summer frittata!
There’s no hiding from the fact that COVID19 has inflicted dramatic changes on how many of us work. The pandemic has meant that in some businesses, those not on furlough are working at a frenetic pace to save their organisation. And in others, people are working equally as hard because business is booming.
And all this whilst many of us are working from home.
When we are thinking about mental health and wellbeing, nutrition is probably NOT the first thought that springs to mind. If anything, we think of comfort food, maybe something like chocolate to make us feel better when we are feeling down or stressed. But there’s a lot more to it!
How your nutrition and lifestyle impact the way you think at work
I need to start with a bold statement: You can't afford to eat and live in a less than optimal way.
Everybody was affected by Covid-19 and the worldwide lockdown in one way or another. I wanted to find out how changes in diet and lifestyle can help mood, stress, focus and other wellbeing factors.