There are five foods which I eat often, pretty much daily actually, which are a) incredibly healthy and b) taste good! I don't believe in following a diet that limits your enjoyment of food or feels like you're depriving yourself. Those diets will never last, whereas sensible, healthy eating will become more of a lifestyle, and … Continue reading Nutrition Boost #8: My top five healthy foods
I am a big fan of porridge for its taste and health benefits. However, in the warmer months, eating a steaming bowl of anything doesn't sound so tempting. Overnight oats gives you the tastiness and healthiness of a bowl of porridge, but without the hot! The other great part is you can add a variety … Continue reading Nutrition Boost #7: Overnight Oats
With all the debate about Jamie Oliver's suggested 'sugar tax', at least it has made everyone consider the harmful effects of excessive sugar. I'm not sure I agree with taxing people for having the odd sugary drink here and there, but I am certainly an advocate of cutting down on excessive added sugar. Benefits can … Continue reading Nutrition Boost #5: Five tips to cut down on sugar
In Boost Health this week, we discuss if fruit is really good for you. You may be surprised by the outcome! Click here to read the article and get some advice on the best fruits to eat...
Similar to the weekly fitness boosts, I wanted to share some of my favourite nutrition tips from the sister site Boost Health. Food is an incredibly important part of taking care of yourself, and improving how you feel about you. If you constantly stuff yourself with sugar, bad fats etc., it is only natural that … Continue reading Weekly Nutrition Boost #1: Take on some tuna