Winter has certainly settled in, but that doesn't mean we need to go into hibernation or let healthy habits slip. Here's a few quick tips to keep you on track :) 1. "Comfort Foods" Many people find themselves reaching for warm 'comfort foods' when it starts getting cooler, but these don't have to be unhealthy options. I love having porridge with cinnamon for breakfast when it's cold in the morning and homemade soups can be a great way to get a good boost of nourishing seasona
Breakfast is the first opportunity each day to nourish your body and can be up to 1/3 of your daily nutrient intake.
If it's a few hours until your next meal or snack, it's important to make sure your breakfast gives you plenty of lasting energy and keeps you full throughout the morning. These are my five favourite breakfast choices: 1. Good Old Porridge This is a standard favourite for me, particularly on cold winter mornings. Quick, easy, filling and delicious, I use tra
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Merry Christmas! One of my favourite times of the year, Christmas for me means spending quality time with my family & friends, long relaxing days at the beach and, of course, LOTS of incredible food! Here’s a few tips on how to navigate the 'silly season' & still enjoy yourself without making your health suffer. 1. Focus on Fun. Yes, food is a huge part of Christmas for anyone who enjoys eating. But don’t make it your main focus. Instead, pay attention to the people around yo
Trying to lose weight for Summer? Don’t get sucked in by the latest ‘quick-fix’ diet fads. Here’s a quick guide to some common ones around at the moment. 1.“Sugar is Poison” Sure, eating a lot of sugar is not good for us and can cause us to gain weight. But sugar is not evil and it’s not helpful to think in this way. A little bit of sugar every now and then will not kill you, but try to limit your intake and chose whole, unrefined foods most of the time. 2.“Gluten Makes You F