Spaghetti Bolognese

What is better. A super tasty and hearty dish, that can be used with anything from salads, to the traditional spaghetti and even alone. Delicious! Lentils are a huge protein source, and with all the vegetables in this dish, it is perfect for your health goals. Ingredients: Vegetables – I used peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes onions Garlic – 2-4 cloves, chopped 1 jar of red lentils, or a cup of pre soaked red lentils 1 teaspoon Read more…

Curcuma Coconut Curry

I love curries. I love to keep it simple with food too, things that are going to be easy on my stomach, and keep me feeling good. This is perfect for that, and refreshingly light too! The flavours are delicious, and it takes so little time to make. Turmeric may be the most effective nutritional supplement in existence. Many high-quality studies show that it has major benefits for your body and brain too! It’s a Read more…

Great Balls of Goodness!

They are so popular right now, and rightly so! Packed full of energy and good nutrition, not to mention a great amount of protein if made right. Here’s my 3 favourite recipes for my balls of goodness, which always go down well in the studio! COCOBERRY BALLS Ingredients:– 1 cup of fresh or frozen Raspberries – 1/2 cup of desiccated or fresh coconut pieces – 1/4 cup of chia seeds – 1 scoop of good Read more…

The Benefits of STRENGTH!

Weight Training & Strength Training have so many benefits. Maybe you didn’t know most of them? From changing your body, your health and even your heart!? Burns More Fat And Calories Strength training or lifting weights should be added to your workouts. By training with weights, you will only burn fat and be able to burn more fat in a short period as compared to just cardio. Moreover, when you strength train, your body remains Read more…

Myth Busting: Women who Lift

Lifting weights and strength training can help you get a toned and sleek body. And by “toned,” I mean building lean muscle mass, and less body fat. Lifting weights literally means you are able to burn more fat and build lean muscle mass! Hoorah! Unfortunately, a lot of women think if they pick up some heavy weights that they’ll wake up the next morning looking like a male superhero. Most people will never pick up Read more…

Chilli Con Beans

This hearty dish is delicious all year round! It can be enjoyed with rice, or even as a salad topping. A great batch cook idea for lunches in the week, and packed full of protein to keep your muscles strong and feeling great! Remember as with any of my recipes, swap the vegetables to ones you like best, or add more spice depending on flavour preferences. Everyone has different tastes, don’t be scared to explore yours! INGREDIENTS Any vegetables you like! (I used: Mushrooms, Carrot, Pepper, Onion, Green beans, Courgette, Spinach) Mixed beans (I used kidney beans, lima beans, cannellini and butter beans) if beans don’t agree with you, you can also use lentils or chickpeas instead. 10 blended fresh tomatoes, or 1 tin of tomatoes1 Tbsp Cumin1 Tbsp Chilli3 Garlic cloves1 Tbsp Paprika METHOD Put the chopped vegetables (except spinach) in a pan with some and soften (5 minutes) Add Read more…

Beany Balls

The easiest recipe you will ever come across. No excuses for a healthy, protein rich dish! 10 minutes to make from scratch, and a winner on the dinner table! Nutritious and delicious. Ingredients: Soaked Cannelloni beans (cup full) or a full can/jar Soaked red Lentils (cup full) or a full jar Handful of fresh basil 2 fresh tomatoes  1 Tablespoon of tomato paste  Method: Add all ingredients to a bowl or blender & mash until smoother, but still has lumps Shape into Read more…

Chocolate Brownies

The main sweet ingredient I used in this recipe is dates. They are so versatile in cooking, and don’t need much prep. Dates are also a great source of various vitamins and minerals!   Packed full of energy & fibre. They also have the essential minerals all our bodies need, such as calcium, iron, sodium, potassium, magnesium and zinc. They also contain vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin A and vitamin K! Wonder dates! With other Read more…

Spinach Rice Balls

These tasty balls are super high in protein and iron – both of which are so important for your healthy lifestyle. The spinach, rice flour and almonds, are great sources rich in plant-protein and iron. They are great to add to a meal, have in a wrap with some peppers and onions, or even on their own, dipped in hummus. Easy to make, last a while in the fridge and freezable – perfect. INGREDIENTS (roughly 12 balls): Spinach ball ingredients Read more…

New You?

It’s that time again. Where everything and everyone is focussed towards a new them. Whilst I think that can be healthy, it also needs to be managed. We are not put on this earth to become the representations of what we deem to be perfection. We are here to be real. You are wonderful the way you are, and the sooner we start to work on ourselves from a point of self love, instead of Read more…