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Sugar – Choice or Addiction?


Sugar – Choice or addiction?  We believe it is a bit of both but positive behavioural changes can impact on psychological processes in the body. Taste buds can be reborn  are you ready to free them in 2014? And why not tune into Channel 4 Dispatches at 8pm on 20th January which investigates how sugar affects … Continue reading

13 Nutrition Lies That Made The World Sick And Fat


Here is something to digest before you embark on a new years diet. And interesting to note that on many occasions our clients report greater weight loss by eating healthy over no weight loss by counting calories. 1. Eggs Are Bad For Your Health Flickr/skampy Eggs are so incredibly nutritious that they’re often called “nature’s … Continue reading

Sugar lips… watch those hips!


It’s a good start to have manufacturers reduce “hidden sugars” but we want you to try and avoid as much processed food as possible. How many of you rely on “grab and go” and packaged foods? How many of you feel that taking time to cook takes up too much of your time? Did you … Continue reading

Seabass with fennel & Orange


If you are looking for something refreshing that can easily be whipped up in half an hour then look no further. The vitamin C found in both fennel and orange is a boost for the immune system and will help to keep those colds at bay during these cold days. With powerful antioxidant and anti … Continue reading

Celeriac for bone health


Celeriac is in season now and is used as a great substitute for fries in this recipe. It is a good source of Vitamin and K, calcium, phosphorus, manganese & copper which are all essential for good bone health.  INGREDIENTS 3 tbsp olive oil1 onion, finely chopped3 garlic cloves, finely choppedpinch dried chilli flakes400g can … 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

Healthy Happy New Year


Happy New Year to one and all. In 2014 we are going to be bringing you lots of recipes that are healthy, high in protein and low in processed fats and sugars. Most of all we will do our best to ensure all recipes are using ingredients that are in season and therefore easy to … Continue reading

Beef & beetroot salad platter


In season at the moment is the wonderful root vegetable beetroot. Pair it up with beef and you are onto a winner in this delicious salad. High in protein, zero sugar content and carbs supplied by nutritious vegetables this is an ideal salad to include in one of our weight loss. Beets are a good … Continue reading

Banana Chip Snacks


Did you know many banana chips you can buy from the supermarket contain other unnecessary ingredients and are usually deep fried? Well try making your own…. INGREDIENTS3 large bananasJuice of 1 lemon METHODPeel and slice bananas around 1/4 inch thick.Space them out on a baking tray lined with grease proof paper.Brush all banana pieces with … Continue reading

Black Olive & Pesto Cod


A nice light fish dish to tantalise the taste buds and ready in no time.   INGREDIENTS 2 peices of cod or haddock or your favourite white fish 2 Tbsp of pesto 4 Tbsp roughly chopped black olives Squeeze of lemon 1 Small clove of garlic, crushed Wedge of lemon and some fresh basil leaves to … Continue reading