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Chicken Doesn’t Need To Be Boring


Chicken is a great source of protein and widely available. It’s super easy to cook, versatile and healthy. Lots of people do get bored of chicken though as they tend to cook it the same way time and time again so here are some recipes to jazz up your midweek meals. The following marinades will … Continue reading

AJ’s Top Tip for Today


Eat the rainbow!  Try to include more colorful fruits and vegetables in your diet.  Many people stick with the same fruits and vegetables all the time. So try to eat more varied colours to reap the benefits that the different colours have to offer. There are several color categories for fruits and veggies. The broader a variety of … Continue reading

Spring salad with watercress dressing


Broad beans and watercress are in season in July. They go together wonderfully in this spring fresh summery salad. They are best bought at a farmers market and used quickly for maximum nutrition. Why is it good for you? Watercress contains significant amounts of iron, calcium, iodine, manganese, and folic acid, in addition to vitamins A, … Continue reading

Fig, honey and yogurt breakfast smoothie


Combining cinnamon and dates with some honey is a healthy blast. At 358 calories and 12 grams of protein it’s a great breakfast choice that will help to keep your hunger pangs at bay. Cinnamon is good for skin and bones and honey is a natural antibiotic which is great at this time of year when … Continue reading

Swirl this festive smoothie round your taste buds!


The taste of this festive season in a healthy smoothie. At only 157 calorie it’s a great snack alternative when everyone else is diving into the cinnamon swirls. Cinnamon is a good source of manganese which is great for bone and skin health so get a healthy glow and stay strong whilst drinking this tasty … Continue reading

Brussel Sprout Sliders


The classic love them or hate them vegetable at this time of year. Brussel sprouts!! They don’t have to be boring and are a good swap if you are getting bored of kale. 1 cup of brussels contains only 54 calories, is high in antioxidant vitamin K which is great for bone health and blood health … Continue reading

Apple & Fennel Salad


3 steps to a delicious and nutritious side dish which goes great with fish, chicken or pork. Chop, whisk and mix!! It could not be simpler. Fennel is a low calorie antioxidant and is a good source of Vitamin C, fibre, potassium & folate, and is believed to be beneficial in lowering blood pressure. It … Continue reading

BBQ Chilli ginger lamb with carrot orange and avocado salad


There is no denying the weather has taken a turn for the best and Summer feels like it’s here! Don’t go for boring BBQ sausages and burgers. Try something a little more tasty, posh and full of goodness. It is a good idea to marinade your lamb the night before so plan ahead.   Ingredients … Continue reading

Chickpea and courgette eggah


We love eggs and clients often ask me what else can they do with eggs. Well how about trying an eggah. An eggah is an Arabic-style omelette and we found this recipe on one of our favourite sites so we thought we would share it with you. Great for lunch or dinner with a salad … Continue reading

Salmon with celeriac gratin & green beans


Lean healthy Salmon dish using celeriac instead of potatoes. Filling nutritious and tasty and using in season celeriac, a sprinkling of festive nutmeg and a great kick of wholegrain mustard. At 262 calories this dish is light as a feather but giving the feeling of a hearty dish. Try an use law salt no sugar … Continue reading