Spiced Carrot and Broccoli Omelette

This recipe is something I knocked up to help obtain a good level of protein and a balanced diet with minimal ingredients (balanced because it was helping balance the pizza out I had a few days ago). Broccoli and carrot are two of the most basic and cheap vegetables on the market, but spice them up with some more Eastern flavours and you have a whole new type of creature. Make…

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The Benefits of the Black Stuff

As yesterday was National Beer Day I thought I’d shed some light on the Benefits of the ‘Black stuff’ AKA Guinness. Chances are your local watering hole will do you pint often described as ‘a meal in a glass’. Want to impress your friends? Buy them a round, and then set them straight on these common myths about the black beauty. Myth: Guinness is high in alcohol Guinness Isn’t any…

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Sugar free bake

Sugar free baking is that? To most people that is like having a dyslexic proof reader… however I want to change your mind. If you’re ever looking for a sugar free alternative to baking. Well we have just the recipe to help you… a 30 minute number (the equivalent to one episode of come dine with me) you can easily share and make. Ingredients 100g of coconut flour 4 eggs…

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First past the post – 15mins workout

No – for the political nerds out there – I’m not talking about the British electoral system. I am proposing a 15 minute interval training work out. It’s pretty grim to honest but I really enjoyed it so thought I would share. All you need is a safe, quiet, road with lampposts (and clothing and shoes). The work out is as simple as this… sprint to a lamppost walk to…

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Mindful eating – raisin the roof

What is mindfulness? It’s a word that’s used a lot at the moment. A  psychological fad we see discussed day to day. The whole ethos of mindfulness is encouraging one to live and be present in the moment; connecting with our 5 senses and centering ourselves…. realigning us with our beliefs, motivations and values in a meaningful way, and consciously separating them from your superficial impulses. The theory The theory goes that we are…

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HIIT me baby one more time.

The last week and a bit I have eaten like a pig at a buffet (trotters and all) and done little to no exercise. But that’s alright. The previous Harry, like a radical catholic, would have beaten himself up and ironically would have eaten worse because of it and probably stopped exercising. I think the fear of failure can became a fear of success. So like a self-fulfilling prophecy I…

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Inspired by Batman Vs Superman I give you…..Caffeinesam!

Hello this is Sam AKA Caffeine Kidson……you can keep that one! This cheeky little number is a great idea for injecting life into a dull, tired complexion. What with all the thick heads from the bank holiday, the coffee mask will not only remind you of your morning cup of the dark stuff but it’s actually an ideal mask for all skin types – with a few substitutes depending on…

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Is it time for a well-being check-up?

You may have seen Sarah’s recent recipe… but this piece truly reflects her expertise and career path. Therapy. We hope you enjoy! (Ps ignore if you find a typo… we’re both dyslexic so it’s like the blind leading the blind) How do you measure your fitness? What about maintaining it? How do you check in with yourself that you are were you want to be? By your endurance, diet, strength,…

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Sugar free choconut treats

This beautiful recipe was created by one of my closest friends, Sarah Withers, and the recipe can be found below.  Creating the sexy photos to accompany the recipe actually takes longer than making the balls themselves. Because all you do is mix the ingredients below into a big medley of love and use your hands to create the balls. Once the balls have been made you shove them in the fridge…

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Benefits of red meat….Happy 14th!

On this very special day I thought I would highlight the benefits of eating red meat! Red meat contains a variety of vitamins and nutrients, it’s found to be high in vitamin B12,B6,Iron and Zinc! Vitamin B12 is vital ammunition for the protection of pretty much all the major structural and functional body systems, from things like neurological disorders, cardiovascular disease, infertility and even cancer! Red meat certainly beats white…

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