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Nutrition

Nutrition – Did You Know?

Here are a few quick nutrition tips that you may not already know! 1. Edible seeds are quite nutritious 2. Cucumbers are made up from 96% water 3. There are over 7500 different varieties of apples grown in the world 4. Supplements should not be replacing actual food in your diet 5. The less processed […]

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Nutrition

Recipe – Gluten Free Lemon and Coconut Loaf

Gluten Free Lemon and Coconut Loaf This is a tasty gluten free alternative to a traditional cake which also has a yummy coconut flavour from the flour. 100g Coconut Flour 100g Almond Flour 70g Caster Sugar for the cake & 300g for the topping 100g Dairy Alternative Butter 3 eggs Zest of 4 lemons 3/4 […]

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The uses and benefits of pomegranates

The pomegranate is a fruit that is rich in various vitamins and minerals. The edible seeds of the pomegranate contain: Vitamin C Vitamin K Potassium Folate Fibre They are also very good antioxidants as they contain punicalagin, mainly found in the juice and skin. It has up to three times the antioxidant levels of green […]

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Nutrition | Training | wellbeing

Fitness Tip – How To Lose Weight Effectively

Losing weight can be quite tricky, especially for anyone who is new to the fitness world and doesn’t have their bearings yet. It’s also difficult to decide whom to listen to in terms of dietary and exercise advice since different people will tell you different things; a qualified Personal Trainer will tell you something completely […]

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Nutrition

Nutrition – Did you know?

Here are a few quick fire points on food and nutrition: 1. Eggs are one of the best and most convenient sources of protein, both preparation and cost wise 2. You can get Vitamin D from mushrooms which is the only non-animal source available 3. Artificial trans-fats are very bad for the body and are […]

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Best of British Dish – Sweet Potato Cottage Pie

Ingredients – 500g 5% lean beef mince – 2 large sweet potatoes – Low fat butter – 2 cloves of garlic – 1 red onion – One pack of asparagus tips – Handful of green beans – Oxo beef stock – Extra virgin olive oil – Low fat cheese Method – Chop garlic and onion […]

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Nutrition

Banana Bread Recipe

This bread tastes amazing when slightly moist! The benefits of banana loaf are the potassium from the banana, energy and fibre to keep you regular! Ingredients 200g plain flour 200g caster sugar 50g butter, softened 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1 egg 3 very ripe bananas Method […]

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Are Vitamin Supplements Necessary?

Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients to the body, such as iron, calcium and vitamin C etc. The human body needs vitamins in relatively small amounts to function correctly. Most people don’t need to take vitamin supplements, as they’re able to satisfy their body with nutrients from a well-balanced diet. However, people who simply don’t […]

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Healthier Dark Chocolate Bar Choice with Recipe

Rather than picking up a milk chocolate bar (that has less antioxidant-rich cocoa and more sugar) the next time you’re in the supermarket, try purchasing a healthier option. Go with Dark Chocolate, as it is known to be good for your heart and boosts brain power along with other health benefits. You may not realise […]

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Coaching | Nutrition

World School Milk Day – Healthy Milk Based Dessert

World School Milk Day is celebrated on the last Wednesday in September. What is world milk day? World milk day is organised by the Food and Agriculture organisation, whom are now celebrating its 17th annual event. The first world milk day was in 2000 and has been honoured by over 30 different countries ever since. […]

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Nutrition | Training | wellbeing

How to stay healthy at university

Let’s face it, being a student comes with the stereotype of being unhealthy and broke, but that’s just because people seem to think all students spend money on alcohol, take aways and microwaveable meals. If that is the case for you, let’s ditch the bad habits and jump on the healthy bandwagon this school year. […]

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Nutrition

Chicken Cordon Bleu Burger

When you think of a burger you normally consider it a treat and an unhealthy one at that. But this is not true in all cases. There are many different ways to create a healthy burger which means that you may be able to treat yourself more often! One of these burgers is the chicken […]

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Nutrition

Healthier Flapjacks for all the family’s lunchboxes

If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to that sweet snack, here’s our version of healthier flapjacks packed full of fruit and nuts without the added sugar and butter. Make these at the weekend to include in everybody’s lunchboxes. The oats will provide slow release energy to fuel a busy day and the fruit is […]

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Nutrition | wellbeing

National Burger Day Recipe- Lamb and Mint Burgers

Lamb and Mint Burgers Ideal for a BBQ alternative, full of flavour and great served with a fresh Greek salad or a quick Bulgur wheat, tomato and cucumber side instead of a bun! 500g lamb mince 1/2 large red onion, grated 2 tablespoons fresh mint, chopped finely 1-2 garlic cloves, crushed 1 teaspoon dried oregano […]

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Nutrition

Salad of quinoa, tomatoes and cucumbers with pickled onions

A light summery salad perfect for sharing as a side dish or making ahead for a healthy lunch. Ingredients: • 3 cups of pre-cooked quinoa, cold • 1 ½ cups of small cherry tomatoes, cut in half • 1 cup cucumber, unseeded, diced • 1 tablespoons finely chopped chives or spring onions • Juice of […]

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