I've had a few people say to me recently that they're not eating healthily because it's cold. Now I totally get that the cold makes you crave hot, comforting recipes... but that doesn't mean you can't be healthy! Health isn't an ice-cold salad and limp lettuce leaf. Porridge is a super old-school breakfast that in … Continue reading Healthy, hot breakfasts – Porridge 5 ways
Louise Thompson was initially best known for her role in pseudo-reality TV show, Made in Chelsea, but now arguably she's equally well known for her abs so impressive you could grate cheese on them! The pocket rocket is also one of the founders of Pocket Sport, a luxe fitness clothing brand. Louise never looked unhealthy but … Continue reading Live Well With Louise: An Honest Review of the Made In Chelsea star’s new health book
So this week an email landed in my inbox from Rhiannon Lambert (her Rhitrition newsletter has all kinds of interesting nutrition nerdy news and tips so do subscribe!) linking me to an article in The Independent about Meghan Markle's favourite smoothie. But the article misses out another favourite recipe of Meghan's that she mentions in an … Continue reading The Secret to Meghan Markle’s Pre-Wedding Glow…?
I'm so passionate about health and wellness - it's been great to blog and Instagram and connect with others who feel the same - but I'm conscious that a lot of the time, while we can share our tips and tricks, we're not qualified to give 'advice'. Rhiannon Lambert is someone I found on Insta after my … Continue reading ReNourish: An Honest Review
These little bruschetta inspired babies are more filling than you'd think (I guess zucchini or courgette is basically all water!) and they're a super fast option for a healthy, pizza craving busting supper after a long day at work. All you need is: ❤ 1 courgette/zucchini ❤ Some crumbled / chunky chopped goats' cheese ❤ … Continue reading Zucchini Pizza Party Boats!
It doesn't get much more indulgent (and still clean!) than this!! All you have to do is serve yourself the same sized portion of oats you would for porridge… about 1/4 of a cup. (Make sure your oats aren't flavoured or anything! All natural here please darlings!) Stir a heaped tablespoon of raw cacao powder … Continue reading Cacao-coconut oatmeal
The Bootylicious Berry Smoothie, otherwise known as 'Peanut butter & I-don't-think-you're-ready-for-this-jelly' is an amazing breakfast option, but also works as a post workout shake, or an afternoon pick me up! It's so simple to make too. You can do it with or without protein powder, whatever your preference. You need: a blender, and then... 2 … Continue reading Bootylicious Berry Smoothie
Curry can be a difficult one, because while it tastes great, the creamy sauces can be a bit of an issue for a clean, lean regime. Here's a quick, easy supper recipe to help you enjoy a curry-style dish, while staying totally on track. You will need (for 1 serving) A little less than 1/4 cup … Continue reading ‘Fake it’ fish curry
I love this breakfast option - it's great to start your day with protein, and the spinach gives you plenty of nutrients. Bread selection will make or break the healthiness of the dish - go for a good rye or wholegrain, and don't have bread too often. The one pictured here is the walnut cob … Continue reading Spicy spinach scramble
You will need: 1 egg 1/2 scoop natural protein powder (my preference is the Nature Valley Soya Protein Isolate one from Holland and Barrett) 1/4 tsp baking powder Drizzle of honey or pure maple syrup (just make sure it's 100% natural! None of those 'desert' syrups / golden syrups) Dash of water / almond … Continue reading Quick protein mug cake