Sizzling cauliflower cheese bake coming out from under the grill

Gluten Free Cauliflower Cheese Bake

Would you like a delicious way to get more cauliflower and other vegetables into your diet? Give this a go! Gluten Free Cauliflower Cheese Bake is so easy and so delicious. 5g ghee or preferred cooking fat 300g cauliflower 2 medium leeks 100g frozen peas 15 baby plum tomatoes 1-2 green chilies 200ml chicken stock…

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Smoothie recipe book

Personal trainers: How about your own fully branded book of 60 Quick, Easy, Tasty Smoothies? Some of the benefits of sharing smoothies with your clients… An easy and palatable way of packing in nutrition. Quick to make – and drink! Particularly convenient at times when a larger meal cannot be consumed. Taste great and satisfy hunger. Affordable with easy…

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The Value Of Sharing Recipes with Your PT Clients

“I don’t know what to have for breakfast.” “I get bored of chicken.” “I’m struggling to get enough protein in.” “I don’t have much time to cook.” You might have heard some comments like these from clients and thought, “It’s not that hard… a bit of meat, some veg and a few spices. Done!” However, we…

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Sourcing Fish

Fish is high in protein and oily fish provides us with a great source of beneficial fatty acids (DHA and EPA). Eating 2-3 servings per week provides us with sufficient fatty acids for our bodies’ needs. However there are some important factors to consider before choosing which fish to eat, including the hierarchy of the…

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buying meat

Buying Meat

Today, the health dangers which come from eating meat mainly stem from two things: 1. how much meat we consume 2. how the animal we eat has been raised So it is definitely in our interest to consider animal welfare when we buy meat. Alan and I try to source meat locally from a pasture farm…

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Best Curry Recipe EVER!

We love this Authentic Chicken Curry Recipe so much, we had to share it with you. A good friend of ours invited myself and Alan round to his house back in 2007, and taught us some of his favourite Indian family recipes. Since then, we’ve cooked this recipe hundreds of times and we sigh in disbelief at how…

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Working Remotely

Work from home a lot? Here are my Top Tips for Working Remotely 1. ROUTINE… establish one! One of the most difficult things about working remotely is defining a routine. Unless we are strict with separating work life and home life, evenings and weekends can soon blur into one big ugly mass. And remember, working more…

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Prune Energy Bites Recipe

I’d like to share a fantastic chocolate recipe with you. I created this recipe because I wanted to come up with something indulgent and delicious which people can enjoy without the guilt. The result…? An intense hit of prune and cocoa, perfect as a quick treat any time,  to satisfy a sweet craving – or after…

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plate of sandwiches

Healthy Eating at Work

As we all know, our clients often need quick, easy, tasty recipes that they can fit into their busy day. Lack of time in the mornings can mean that lunch at work is a sandwich or plate of chips grabbed from the work canteen, or a slice of their work colleague’s birthday cake – or whatever…

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an array of meat from the farm shop

Buying Organic

Last week, I made a decision. I was in the supermarket, doing my weekly shop and looking at the offers on chicken. As I was looking through the packs, I was shocked at the poor quality meat. It looked weak, watery and plain unhealthy! Not how chicken should look. I felt quite repulsed as I…

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