Winter is slowly approaching… Most of us have already said goodbye to summer by bringing down the winter clothing and boots from the top of the cupboard (not to mention the rain jackets/ wind breakers and umbrella’s that were a necessity about two weeks ago!). But now the SUN has appeared again and it looks like Autumn will last a little longer than we all thought…
Super salads, how to make salads more interesting?
Salads are great – but at a stage they can become BORING.. instead of reverting to poorer choices… rather make them more interesting..Salads should be more than just BUNNY food.. add some goodness to your next salad.
Butternut, Lentil & Parmesan Lasagne
This is a great Meatless Monday idea! Another adapted recipe from Eating for Sustained Energy – this one was more adapted than most as I wanted to use up some of the ingredients left over in my cupboard…
For those of you who follow my blog, I think you must all know by now that I LOVE the eating for sustained energy book series. Most of the recipes that I use are adapted from their recipes as well as from another one of my favourites, Jamie Oliver’s 15 and 30 minute meals.
It can be difficult to eat healthy during Easter time. So many temptations and soon your weight loss goals may not seem as important to you.. BUT we all know what happens next. You give in, have that chocolate egg and instantly you feel guilty about it. This is a vicious cycle that can go on the whole weekend.
The simple answer to this question is NO – there is no physiological basis in which the blood group diet works. REMEMBER that by reducing your calories by cutting out any food group = ENERGY RESTRICTION and any form of ENERGY RESTRICTION = WEIGHT LOSS IS PROMOTED.
Are you really eating for two when you are pregnant?
In the first trimester
In the first trimester you actually don’t need to eat any more than you usually do. In other words, your energy requirements are the same.
Can your body be too acidic? Can what you eat make a difference?
Life on earth is dependent on the appropriate pH levels. In the human body this is tightly controlled by homeostasis (a balance in the body that keeps blood levels normal or very close to normal).