So easy to make and such a great snack to have to hand on those days when you need something sweet to satisfy that craving and see you through the afternoon. All you need is a decent food processor/ blender – throw all the ingredients in together and blend for 3-4 minutes until combined. After… Continue reading Gluten Free Bliss Balls
Summer is officially here when ‘Coffee Coolers’ appear on the menu of certain high street barista chains! They are such a tasty indulgence and if I’m not careful, I’d have a plastic cup with a straw/spoon permanently attached to my hand throughout the sunshine months (or weeks if you live in the UK)! After todays… Continue reading Protein Coffee Cooler
So after a couple of weeks of nourishing your adrenals and recharging the batteries, you’re hopefully feeling more energised and have a new zest for life. The combination of more sleep, less caffeine and alcohol and drinking plenty of water each has hopefully released some of the stress and anxiety and you are now thinking… Continue reading Kick start your health……..the next steps!
Managing my own expectations…….. This year I committed myself to doing the London Triathlon again; it’s been 4 years since the last time I competed and a lot has happened in that time. I like to think that I’m a logical and realistic person, but when it comes to physical achievements my competitive brain very… Continue reading Great Expectations…..but am I being realistic?
Granola is such a popular breakfast choice but so many shop bought versions are high in sugar and additives. I frequently get asked for healthy recipe alternatives and I think this works really well. Starting the day with some protein, essential fats and carbohydrates helps to keep your energy levels steady and can determine your… Continue reading Granola
If this article has caught your eye, the chances are that you are feeling a little tired, rundown and under the weather – you’ve been thinking about giving your body a bit of an overhaul and know that it’s probably time to make some changes to your lifestyle! Life is busy and if you are… Continue reading Kick start your health in 21 days
This loaf has the option to be savoury or a little sweeter depending on the occasion or your personal preference. I was looking for a cake recipe that would allow me to use up some slightly sad looking pears and with lots of very delicious but naughty recipes to choose from, I opted for one… Continue reading Pear and Ginger Loaf
Staying fit when you are a mother is all about prioritisation, multi-tasking and being time savvy! When I was pregnant, one of my ridiculously selfish concerns was ‘how am I going to find the time to exercise once the baby arrives’! I was a self-confessed gym addict, I loved my early morning spin classes and… Continue reading A mum’s top tips for keeping fit!
The Daily Telegraphs article ‘Is your Nutribullet making you fat’ (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/healthy-eating/is-your-nutribullet-making-you-fat/) really resonated with me as this is a conversation I have had time and time again when working with clients. The Nutribullet hit the nation by storm and everyone seemed to be buying, blending and Instagraming their latest concoctions of rainbow coloured drinks and… Continue reading Is your Nutribullet making you fat?
This is an amalgamation of several of my favourite recipes. I love orange soups as I find them so warming (particularly on wet miserable days like this), they help to clear the sinuses and boost my energy levels without leaving me feeling sluggish or in need of a snooze after lunch. They are also a… Continue reading Curried Carrot and Lentil soup