One of my number one tips for a healthy and nourishing life is to have a wisely-stocked pantry. But I also understand that not everyone gets the nerdy satisfaction of organising their pantry that I do, so I decided to film this video about the few simple steps it takes to reorganise.
(I’m really enjoying these vlogs – they’re a lot of fun)
Don’t forget that you can check out my services, including a pantry makeover if it takes your fancy.
Chicken is one of my favourite foods. If I’m feeling down, I’m tired, hungover, depressed, homesick or just really, really hungry, I crave chicken – I always have. It’s such a versatile meat and a good quality source of protein, including the amino acid, tryptophan (needed to produce serotonin and melatonin – anti-depressive and anti-insomnia hormones). I feel like I eat it most days of the week.
As you can probably imagine, no matter how tight money gets, it’s important to me that I can afford to eat as nutritiously as I can. Even when money gets incredibly low, I plan out my spending and at the very least, I make sure I have enough protein in my diet to get me through the last few days until pay day, using staples in my pantry and freezer to bulk it out. The easiest way I find to do this, Continue reading
As a nutritionist I get asked a lot of question, about diet, about health, and about supplements. I believe that there is a place for supplements, but I’d like to clear up any confusion about how they should be used and how they are beneficial.
Last week a friend of mine, and fellow blogger Simone, wrote a piece on her blog about Tinder (the dating app infamous for creating matches based on the superficial first impression you get when you see someone for the first time) and I thought, seeing as Valentine’s Day is technically my Tinder-versary (I had my first Tinder date on Valentine’s Day last year) I should share with you my thoughts and the things that I have learned after a year of internet dating.
Thinking of summer brings about fun vibes for me, and happy, simple childhood memories of sprinklers, pools, reading books, giggling and popsicles. Not only that, but cherries are perfectly ripe and in season in summer, which means not only are they tasty and full of nutrients, but they are good value too. If Cadbury have taught us nothing else, its that cherry goes perfectly with coconut and dark chocolate (oh my GOODNESS yes!).
But hey guys, this is the Feb Refresh! We can’t be gorging ourselves on Cherry Ripes – no no no. We’re clever, and sassy and know that we can one-up Cadbury with our know-how; and with these babies you aren’t missing out. I’ve created sugar-free, dairy-free and guilt-free Choc-Cherry Ripesicles just for you (gosh, aren’t you lucky you have me?). Continue reading
Happy New Year gorgeous folk!
I hope you’ve had a fantastic holiday season – between an orphan Christmas with friends, copious Christmas parties and my first New Years at Woodford Folk Festival, dancing to Sex On Toast and staying up to watch the sunrise, mine has been pretty terrific!
Sex On Toast in all their outrageous glory: