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Homemade Frittata Recipe

Homemade Frittata Focus less on how much we eat and focus more on what we eat. Here’s a deliciously healthy Homemade Frittata recipe from our very own nutritional therapist, Amy, that you can try for yourself! Protein packed ✅  Gluten free ✅ Vegetarian ✅ Breakfast lunch or dinner ✅ Feeds up to 4 ✅ Ingredients: 6 eggs, Salt/pepper, 2-3 peppers, 1

Back to School – Healthy Eating

Having the correct nutritional balance for your child can have a significant impact on their education. By making packed lunches for your children you can be sure they are consuming a well-rounded, nutritional meal that keeps them healthy. Although figuring out what to put in their lunch boxes can sometimes be overwhelming, there are many

Cycling – Recovery

It’s said that recovery is as important as training and this is very true. The time spent off the bike recovering is as vital to any rider as the time spent training. If you miss the opportunity to repair muscle damage, you can be left with more than just aching legs. Recovery has increasingly become

Nutrition – Food Myths

There are plenty of confusing myths around diet; generalised advice on what we “should” and “shouldn’t” do. However, it’s not a ‘one size fits all’ with nutrition – and a rule based “everybody needs to do this” approach is often ineffective. We are all individuals and we need different things depending on numerous factors, including

Want a Happy New Year? Perhaps now is the time to really value Health?

Surely the biggest motivation to eat well is how it can make us feel. True nourishment brings happiness, enthusiasm and vitality for life. Do you want to sleep well, look good and feel great? Just eat natural, healthy and tasty food. Eating for health means putting you first. When we look after ourselves and give

8 Myths About Food

Last week we saw an article in one of the daily papers that addressed some of the myths regarding healthy and unhealthy foods. So, we got out very own nutritionist, Sarah, to give us her views on these… There are plenty of confusing myths around diet; generalised advice on what we “should” and “shouldn’t” do.