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As the weather gets hotter – let’s go Mediterranean!

The Mediterranean Diet is widely considered to be the ‘healthiest in the world’ so if you are looking to find suitable foods to provide you with the right nutrients after exercise then look no further.

Barbecue chicken Fajita Skewers

Barbecue season is upon us and if you want to find a low fat alternative to the usual sausages and burgers then  these chicken fajita skewers could help. Serves 3 people (6-8 skewers) Fajita skewers 4 chicken breasts- the best quality you can afford. 3 Peppers- Mix...

I am stressed – can exercise help?

Stress is an inevitable part of life.  All of us our stressed at one time or another.  According to a study in the UK carried out in 2018 Brits feel stressed for on average 9 days a month.  Those who don't feel stressed at all are in the...

How can I curb my snacking?

The Summer is just around the corner and many of us are trying to think of ways of losing the extra pounds we gained over winter. The advice is always to move more and reduce our calorie intake.  But how?  Before we look at reducing the calories intake of our meals we...

What should I have for breakfast?

Can’t decide what to have for breakfast and when is the best time to eat in morning. Read our blog with recommendations of the best foods to start your day!

Some Fun Fitness Facts – that will help you to get fitter!!

Fun Fitness Facts that you will never forget and will help you to get fitter.

How can I curb my snacking?

The Summer is just around the corner and many of us are trying to think of ways of losing the extra pounds we gained over winter. The advice is always to move more and reduce our calorie intake.  But how?  Before we look at reducing the calories intake of our meals we...

Night-time eating linked to heart disease

"Late night food scoffing could lead to greater risk of heart disease and other illnesses such as diabetes," reports The Sun. Researchers in Mexico found that rats were less able to clear fats from their bloodstream after being fed at a time when they'd normally be...

Can a daily cup of tea help prevent glaucoma?

"Could drinking tea really be linked to a lower risk of glaucoma?," asks The Guardian. The question is prompted by a US survey, carried out in 2005-06, that asked what people drank over the past 12 months and looked for any links with current diagnoses of glaucoma....

Why oranges are good for you

Make the most of citrus season and grab unwaxed organic varieties for flavour and nutrition The zesty, citrus whiff of oranges freshens up the January kitchen, drawing a line under heavy celebratory food, and lighting up the virtuous, but enticing path to a lighter,...

Why starvation diets don’t work

If your idea of a diet is not eating, think again. A starvation diet can mean you pile more weight on in the long run. The practice of fasting has been around for centuries, but recently the practice of abstaining from eating has become a fashionable way to obtain...

Muscle food: six surprising sources

Introduce these six unexpected ingredients to turn your meals into food for your muscles Mustard Getting plenty of protein in your diet should always be a priority if you’re eating to build muscle, but new research suggests you should have mustard with your...

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