• Summer Breakfast Inspiration

    When the weather warms up, sometimes it’s nicer to go for a lighter option for breakfast. Here is some amazing ideas for morning meals that will make you feel great. Recipes courtesy of www.jamieoliver.com DIY oaty fruity cereal Ingredients: Porridge oats Mixed seeds, e.g. pumpkin, sunflower, sesame, poppy Mixed nuts,…

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  • Inspirational Fitness Instagram Accounts

    Top 10 Inspirational Fitness Instagram Accounts To Follow

    The rise of social media and workout blogs means the guess work has been taken out of getting fit. Many fitness fanatics are now taking to social media to showcase their latest workout routine. Fun, easy and quick, Instagram has become the latest craze to sweep the fitness world. I’ve…

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  • Wheyhey Protein Ice Cream

    Review: Wheyhey Protein Ice Cream

    When it comes to a low sugar, high protein treat, I’m all ears. Trying to stay on the straight and narrow at all times just isn’t realistic, especially for those with a really sweet tooth like me, and while it’s important to indulge from time to time and avoid restricting…

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  • Protein Bars

    Review: Protein Bars

    We are all aware of the recent hype surrounding protein. A method typically used by body builders, protein is key to our daily diet. Important to each and every one of us, protein can be especially helpful to those looking to gain muscle mass and reduce body fat, and is…

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  • Protein Pancakes

    Review: Protein Pancakes for Pancake Day

    Hurrah! Tomorrow is Shrove Tuesday, meaning one thing: pancakes. Pancakes are ridiculously good, but also a little bit naughty. I think what I often forget is that pancakes are just batter, the exact same recipe as toad in the hole, minus the sausages, and we all know to avoid making…

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  • The Hidden Sugars in Winter Warming Soup

    By Chloe Crockford It’s getting to that time of year again, with the wind and rain bashing on the window, canceling all plans of us stepping outside. All most of us feel like doing is cuddling up on the sofa with something to keep us warm and snug during this…

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  • The Health Foods That Aren’t so Healthy After All…

    By Chloe Crockford Upon embarking a new diet or making healthy changes we feel positive and ready to welcome a new healthier lifestyle. We plan our first shopping trip, skimming the isles for labels saying ‘reduced fat’ or ‘less salt’ or ‘less sugar’. But do you know that often the…

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  • Paleo & Beyond: The Controversial Diet Trend

    Sky rocketing up the diet radar over the last few months is the paleo diet. Made popular because of its promise to reduce body fat and offering a healthy and sustainable way of living, it has also faced scrutiny recently when a paleo recipe book for baby food was found…

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  • Health Versus Convenience; The ongoing Battle

      When it comes to eating well along side our busy modern day lifestyles it isn’t always a walk in the park. Healthy eating takes planning, it takes discipline and it requires a lot of forward thinking. When we are on the go for large portions of our day is…

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  • Packing a Punch with Protein. How Much is too Much?

    Stepping into January 2015, and I’m embarking on a new diet and exercise regime. Nothing too specific, and not anything too strict, but it does have me eating a fair amount of protein, which has got me wondering; is it possible to eat too much protein? And if so, what…

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