To some people, weighing your food can be seen as totally obsessive and OTT. To others, it’s an important way to track food and get results. After many years working with people to help them reach their weight loss goals, I've seen various positives and negatives that come from tracking your food carefully. I wanted … Continue reading HEALTHY EATING – Is weighing your food healthy or obsessive?
When it comes to perfecting a healthier teriyaki recipe, I’ve tried SO many variations to come up with the perfect balance of salty, sweet, acid and colour. It's so important for one flavour not to totally take over (soy I'm looking at you) but to get that nice tang of citrus and the underlying sweetness … Continue reading My Best Healthy, Easy Teriyaki Salmon Recipe
Here's a fab new recipe for you to try, if you're looking to explore more plant-based meals! It's vegetarian Chilli made with Quorn mince and mushrooms!A couple of weekends ago, myself and SamSays hosted our first ever countryside fitness retreat - The Big Fit Sleepover. I put together this delicious plant-based chilli which went down a … Continue reading Vegetarian, Protein Packed Chilli and Nachos – Meat-free Monday
When you absolutely feel like it! Now don't get me wrong, I wouldn't advise eating a big creamy pudding every night after dinner if you're looking to be healthier, and feel great but I do think it's REALLY important to enjoy a little of what you love when you really fancy it. There's no need … Continue reading When is dessert good for you?
Seriously, if I could eliminate one metaphor from existence it would be the stupid ‘getting back on the wagon’. The thing is, this whole idea of being on a healthy little wagon has to stop. It's not a hop-on-hop-off kind of experience - improving your health. This common concept of being ignorant around the cake in … Continue reading Sod the wagon – how to stop yo-yo dieting for good