Healthy Strawberries And Cream Ice Lollies
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by Jenny Cromack
4M ago
Wimbledon may have been and gone when you’re reading this, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy these super easy, super healthy strawberries and cream ice lollies. They are perfect for a nice Summers day and if you have kids, they will love them! This recipe takes little effort, and is also great if you have some strawberries ‘on the turn’ and don’t want to waste food! Ingredients 300-400g strawberries (you can use less, you just get less lollies!) 400g Greek Yoghurt How To Chop up half the strawberries into small pieces Blitz the other half of the strawberries in a blender Add the Greek y ..read more
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Workout of the week- Core Burn
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by Courtney Williams
4M ago
Here we are again, another workout for the week. Its been decent weather recently (a bit nippy at times). Hot enough to burn calories just standing there on certain days. So we are going to bring continuance of the burn with this workout – a core burn! This is a time trial workout. The faster, the better – so time yourself and be a proud record holder. Stop Watches ready……. Round 1 Mountain Climbers – 30 seconds Crunches – 15 reps Mountain Climbers – 30 seconds Leg raises – 15 reps You can rest for 30 seconds, or get cracking with the next round! Round 2 Mountain Climbers – 35 seconds Russi ..read more
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HIIT the Heart & Core
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by Courtney Williams
4M ago
Right! I’m back with another one. To hit the heart and core, and to answer the most frequently asked question from people who want to lose their “belly”… Question – How do I see my abs? Answer – Exercise your heart and lungs to burn body fat by using cv machines or HIIT exercises. Any exercise or sport that raises your BPM for a period of time burns body fat! Combine this with some strengthening exercises for your core muscles to help build and define them. No matter how big your abdominals are, you will not show and protrude the belly fat if there is too much to get through. It’s as simple as ..read more
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What is the best diet for me?
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by Harry Edwards
4M ago
It’s really tricky nowadays working out what kind of diet is right for you. There is so much information, accurate, bogus or contested, that circulates all over our social media, the TV and in our conversations with others. Today I’m going to break down some of the essential information for you to make an informed decision on what kind of foods to include in your diet and whether joining the bandwagon of a particular diet, like going vegan, veggie, or keto, is right for you! Calories in VS Calories out The most important thing to address about diet, particularly as it relates to weight managem ..read more
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Simple Fennel Soup
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by Emily Forbes
4M ago
So, it’s the beginning of November, the clocks have changed back, the rain has started, and according to an article I read at the weekend, the day the clocks change is an acceptable time to turn your heating on. That can only mean one more thing: it’s soup season. Here is a simple fennel soup recipe to get you going. Fennel has a mild, sweet flavour with hints of anise. Admittedly, this last batch I made and a stronger aniseed-y taste but was still delicious. Ingredients : 2 Tbs butter 1 tsp oil 2 Fennel bulbs 1 tsp veg boullion or half a veg stock Pepper Method: Melt butter and oil in pan ..read more
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Kitchari
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by Kate Halsall
4M ago
Kitchari, have you heard of it? Unless you’re into Ayurveda maybe not. Ayurveda is a whole-body healing approach developed over 3000 years ago in India. In Ayurveda they believe everything in the world is made up of the five elements of space, air, fire, water, earth. A combination of these elements in humans gives a person their bodily humor (bodily fluids – blood, phlegm, black bile, yellow bile). And in Ayurveda these are placed into 3 types called doshas named vita, pitta and kapha. Each dosha will have different amounts of elements present and require different exercise, food and spiritua ..read more
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Collard Wraps
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by Kate Halsall
4M ago
Have you ever used mushrooms instead of bread buns for a burger, or lettuce as a taco shell? If you haven’t, then you should give it a try – it’s tastier than you may think! And here is another bread alternative to add to your list….. collard greens as a sandwich wrap. If you’ve ever tried keto or a low carb diet, you may already be familiar with lettuce wraps. Well the good people at “Delish” suggest these collard wraps instead. They definitely have more hold than lettuce that’s for sure! What you’ll need to make 4 wraps 4 tbsp. hummus 1 medium cucumber, peeled and sliced into matchsticks 2 ..read more
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Getting a balanced diet being vegetarian.
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by Kate Halsall
4M ago
Its national vegetarian week so why not take this time to try out new recipes and enjoy the change! National Vegetarian Week is a campaign organised by the Vegetarian Society to encourage vegetarianism and to show the world just how tasty and amazing the recipes can be. In this blog we look at the benefits of a vegetarian diet and ensure you know how to get a balanced diet being vegetarian. There are many reasons why people decide to go vegetarian. Below are some of the most common reasons behind the change: · Religion · Environmental issues · Concerns over animal welfare · Health So, what doe ..read more
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Eating Seasonal – Cabbage Recipes
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by Kate Halsall
4M ago
I’m not quite sure why I did it, but when I ordered my food shop online, I bought not one, but 3 different types of cabbage! White, red and savoy. To be fair, in my head I was probably thinking “oooh I like cabbage” and “wow they’re cheap” – and both thoughts are true. The beauty of eating seasonal is that certain fruit and veg are cheap. But now I’m stuck with 3 cabbages – and other than the usual stir-frying it with lemon and garlic, or steaming it and then drizzling with sesame oil…I don’t know what to do with them. I found a great red cabbage and beetroot soup recipe in our old blogs; and ..read more
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3 Ways With Sprouts!
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by Kate Halsall
4M ago
Ahhh the marmite of vegetables. I personally LOVE brussel sprouts. And let’s face it, what’s not to love – these high in nutrients (they contain vitamins A, C and K, magnesium, fiber and phosphorus), low in calorie (around 28 calories in half a cup), mini cabbage look-a-likes really do pack a healthy punch. Whether you steam, boil, roast or stir fry; they have become a staple in Sunday Dinners – especially around Christmas time. But this year, with the “blah” that has been 2020, I’m looking to change it up a bit – my usual garlic and chilli stir fried sprouts won’t do it. In my mission to find ..read more
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