Whilst my favourite foods are usually the fresh kind – there’s a lot to be said about the humble store cupboard. Possibly now more than ever, people are ransacking their cupboards to see what meals they can piece together whilst supermarkets are putting restrictions on how much we can buy during the 2020 Lockdown. Some … Read More
When you’ve got a little time on your hands (and let’s face it, we’ve all got a bit of that at the moment) – a bit of baking can bring a lot of joy! Here’s my easy Oat Cookie Recipe for you guys. Ingredients 200g oats 1 heaped tablespoon buckwheat flour 70g ground almonds 2 … Read More
Confession: whilst I was training to be a nutritionist, I started to think that porridge was a bad choice for breakfast. 🤦🏻♀️ The main reason is the glucose hit – when you break it down to the bare bones, a bowl of porridge made with water, topped with banana and honey = glucose on glucose … Read More
Have you boiled your bones yet? (well not YOUR bones but you know what I mean… I hope) Bone broth is a firm favourite of nutritional therapists due to its many benefits for the body. I don’t often eat meat, but when I do I try to get it with bones included so I can … Read More
acked with nutrition, this vegan bean stew can be made in minutes – great for those of you who are busy! What’s more, you can turn the leftovers into this!
When you’ve been at work all day and you almost can’t be bothered to cook – the temptation to reach for the takeaway menu is all too easy. But wait… this easy warm winter salad is packed full of delicious veg, balanced with satisfying protein AND is was as quick to make as ordering a … Read More
Most people I talk to admit that they don’t drink enough water, and for many clients I see, it’s the simple change of hydrating appropriately that makes a huge difference to their health Our body weight is approximately 60% water – it uses H20 in ALL its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate and … Read More
It’s no secret; Autumn is my favourite season. The stunning colours, the crisp air, the snuggly coats & warming drinks. But by far one of the best things about Autumn is the comforting foods. Comforting doesn’t have to mean stodgy though – comforting for me is also about nourishment. It’s critical to nourish our bodies … Read More
Dress your salads gang (but make it homemade)..
Shop bought salad dressings are usually super high with bloating amounts of salt and sugar as well as sketchy dyes and preservatives. But making your own dressing at home doesn’t have to be rocket (salad) science! ..
After rebelling against a recipe (I do that a lot) I accidentally invented a delicious snack! As well as being high in fibre and low in sugar, these oaty bites also pack an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory punch. Ginger & Turmeric are both loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for your body and … Read More
Forget grabbing a brekkie pot from Pret – this (plastic free) jar of yum-ness took me less than 5mins to make before bed! Grab a jar and add; Organic Oats (around half full) Chia seeds (1 tbsp) 1/4 Grated courgette 1 scoop of Protein powder (I use Nuzest but you knew that already 😂)1/2 tsp Cinnamon Almond milk … Read More
Quick, easy and delicious – toast is always a winner – but gone are the days where I thought the pinnacle of toast toppings is peanut butter and jam (don’t get me wrong, that’s a classic combo but there’s SO MUCH MORE) . Mixing up your loaf is a good idea, there’s some great GF … Read More