by Tony Larkman | Dec 12, 2022 | Food, Healthy Recipes
How festive are these Christmas tree brownies? Soft and gooey, chocolatey, fragrant, decadent, moreish, pretty and healthy! Plant-based, gluten-free, sugar-free, protein rich, packed full of goodness and flavour.
Courtesy of Cinnamon & Bluebells.
by Tony Larkman | Dec 2, 2022 | Food, Healthy Recipes
A simple recipe, yet very nutritious – an abundance of vegetables that your gut will love, topped with Omega-3 rich salmon for your brain.
Choose any vegetable that you like – most will taste great cooked this way.
by Tony Larkman | Nov 23, 2022 | Food, Healthy Recipes
A protein packed healthy delicious meal which is simple to make and can be used with any meaty fish of your choice.
A meal which will provide all of your essential amino-acids and micronutrients to help you feel full and speed up your recovery for your next workout.
by Tony Larkman | Oct 1, 2022 | Food
Plant-based milks are so popular that shoppers spent £100 million more in 2020 on alternative milks. Almost a third of adults are now buying plant-based milks and for the under-35’s the figure rose to 38%. This has been fuelled by environmental and health concerns and the pandemic where eating vegan or plant-based foods became more appealing.
The Swedish brand ‘Oatly’ is now listed on the US stock market. Since the 1950’s, consumption of cow’s milk has fallen by 50%.
In this article, we look at the different types of plant-based drinks and the pros and cons of consuming these milk alternatives and the environmental and health considerations.
by Tony Larkman | Mar 30, 2022 | Food
Increasing your protein intake can lead to increased muscle mass and increased metabolism as well as other benefits.
What’s more, it’s not a restrictive eating method, which means it’s sustainable.
In this article, a list of natural healthy protein foods are listed with the nutritional values and the reasons why these foods are an important component in your diet.
by Tony Larkman | Mar 5, 2022 | Food
Macronutrients are the three nutrients we need to consume to sustain life. The three nutrients are carbohydrates, fats and protein.
But what is the correct ratio? Should you change the ratio for weight loss? What about calories? Does exercise change your ratio?
We look at the Government Dietary Recommendations and compare them with our recommended ratio to kickstart your weight loss goals for Spring.