Posts Tagged “Nutrition”

Why Low Fat Foods are Making You Fat

You’re standing in the supermarket looking at the different foods, on one shelf you see the normal foods and next to them you see the low calories, low fat variety. Which ones do you choose? After a couple of minutes you reach for the low calories, low fat foods because they are better for you […]

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Top Tips to Survive the Easter Holidays

The Easter holidays are almost here. This is the time when the Cadburys cream eggs and the giant chocolate Easter eggs come out, and how can you resist them and not be tempted into stuffing your face? You need to balance the situation so you can allow yourself one or two treats but not three […]

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Great Fat Burning Recipe

As last week’s post was about nuts I thought I’d do the kind thing and provide you with a yummy recipe your whole family can enjoy which show you the versatility of nuts within your diet. This recipe is delicious, very healthy and packs a protein punch. Oven Baked Walnut Crusted Salmon Serves 4. Ingredients […]

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Health Benefits of Nuts

Nuts are the perfect snack food, but only eaten in moderation. They contain so many health benefits that help prevent diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Most people think that a peanut is a nut but it’s actually a legume, the same as a bean or kidney bean. These are edible seeds that that grow in […]

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You Only Get Out What You Put In!

At the start of the New Year, so many of us make resolutions or promises to ourselves to eat healthier, lose weight, get fitter and so on. However, it’s sad but true, but by the 20th January a staggering 70% of people will have failed or given up on these resolutions. But why? One of […]

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Happy New Year

Hope you had a great Christmas and New Year and now have all the crap safely removed from the house!?!! I had a fab time catching up with family and friends and Santa was very good to me too, must be because I’m always so good! Did you know being overweight is contagious? Research conducted […]

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Your Best Christmas Ever

Well I suppose I have to mention it…. Christmas, Personally I love Christmas, apart from Christmas cards…. I hate them. Love getting them but hate writing them. For years I would get so stressed about getting my Christmas cards written. There were always so many to do, I would keep putting it off and putting […]

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Scary Movies, Success and Soup

Have you got something fun planned for Halloween? Me and Jaime are gonna have a scary movie night and make some fab healthy snacks which will be fun! I’ve got a lovely pumpkin soup recipe for you below so you don’t have to waist all that great pumpkin once you’ve finished carving it in to […]

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A Few Good Habits

Can you believe it’s nearly the end of September already!!!! I hope you had a chance to get some sun over the summer months, we did get some, I think we should all approach the weather like my mad dog Macy does, she is happy no matter what’s going on outside, why? Because she just […]

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Enjoy this Packed Protein Salad

We haven’t had the best weather here over the summer but that doesn’t mean you can’t still bring the sunshine inside. Salad doesn’t just have to be eaten during the summer months and because it is full of essential vitamins and nutrients you should really be eating some form of salad throughout the year. Salads […]

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