Both yoga and rock climbing encourage a feeling of being connected to yourself at a deeper level, through breathing exercises, the mental focus needed to perform the practice and an affinity towards nature.Read more "Yoga for Rock Climbers"
One of the things that can be tricky with regards to food planning is knowing how to balance your intake of fats, protein and carbs. If you’re trying not to eat too much sugar and salt, make meals cost efficient and most importantly delicious and appetising, it can feel like your choices are pretty limited! That’s […]Read more "Avocado on Toast – Perfect for Anyone at Anytime!"
Most of us will have childhood memories of being told to drink our milk to “grow big and strong” and gave ourselves milky mustaches dreaming of growing 6 foot tall with iron like bones. However, modern dairy farming is out of control and has fast become an area of intense animal cruelty, greed and product […]Read more "Is Cow’s Milk Unhealthy?"
This is a super easy, super quick, super food recipe to throw together when you want something warm and tasty in a hurry. All of the ingredients are packed full of vitamins with a low calorie and fat content. Aubergine Pesto Alfalfa Rolls Serves one, simply multiply ingredients as needed. Ingredients 1 Aubergine Rapeseed Oil […]Read more "Aubergine Alfalfa Pesto Rolls"
I stumbled across the unusual mix of coconut and kale in a Heidi Swanson cookbook and it was so delicious I was inspired to come up with my own version. Nutrition Inspiration Kale – This beautiful dark, green, leafy veg is a great source of Vitamins A, K and C, Cacium, Folic acid and B6. It’s […]Read more "Coconut Kale Quinoa Warm salad"