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Healthy carrot cake

Carrots may not exactly ‘help you see in the dark’ but they are packed with beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A in the body and is a key nutrient for healthy eyes, skin and the immune system. This cake is made from spelt flour, which isn’t gluten free, but unless you have a true gluten allergy or coeliac disease, you may find you are able to tolerate to it occasionally – it is less likely to cause digestive issues such as bloating that is associated with wheat. If you don’t mind a slightly more dense loaf, you could experiment with a gluten free oat flour as an alternative. Oats add a healthy dose of soluble fibre to keep digestion moving, we’ve added rolled oats to this recipe, along with walnuts and flaxseeds that are rich in anti-inflammatory omega 3 fats.

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Tempting thai chicken, broccoli and ginger stir fry

This dish, a mix between a warm salad and stir-fry is a fresh tasting Thai treat! Chicken is of course packed with protein and broccoli is full of antioxidants including vitamin C and beta-carotene, it’s also a source of folic acid important for many of the body’s metabolic processes. Poaching the chicken means the meat will remain moist and tender. [recipe]

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Get all the tools you need to blend your healthy new eating habits with your lifestyle in a fun and easy way, all packaged into our beautiful iPhone app.


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A Nutritionist in your pocket

Get all the tools you need to blend your healthy new eating habits with your lifestyle in a fun and easy way, all packaged into our beautiful iPhone app.


Nutritionist app

A Nutritionist in your pocket

Get all the tools you need to blend your healthy new eating habits with your lifestyle in a fun and easy way, all packaged into our beautiful iPhone app.


Nutritionist app

Chocolate orange avocado mousse

This is a super easy dessert and if you’re having guests round can make a fun post-dinner guessing game… unless your friends are clued up on nutrition they’ll never guess this is made of avocados! Avocados are a source of omega 9 fats that can help to protect our skin from the sun, they also contain vitamins C and A – important skin healing nutrients. Cocoa, as long as it’s pure without any added sugar has lots of antioxidants that can be helpful for skin health and contains magnesium which is considered ‘nature’s relaxant’ – there’s a biological reason behind those chocolate cravings! [recipe]

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Homemade chickpea burger

Being healthy doesn’t mean you need to give up on burgers! Chickpeas are a great form of veggie protein and the spicing makes this a real treat – serve with sweet potato wedges and dairy free slaw if you’re dealing with food intolerances or sandwich in a wholegrain bun and top with lettuce, tomato and of course… avocado 🙂 The cream-free coleslaw makes a lovely alternative to heavier mayo laden versions, the inclusion of fennel bumps up the vitamin C and mineral content and is great for digestion. [recipe]

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Low sugar nutty granola

Shop bought granola can be very expensive and is usually full of refined sugar which can encourage inflammation. Try this zesty and naturally sweetened, nut packed alternative instead and serve with fresh berries rather than dried fruit, which bumps the sugar content right up! [recipe]

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Soba noodle salad & prawns

Experiment with buckwheat noodles in this super simple salad. They are often easier to digest than traditional pasta and provide the body with a host of micro-minerals and fibre. Prawns are a great source of protein and contain lots of immune supporting zinc! Mange tout adds a nutritious, delicious crunch and this creamy dressing is full of healthy fats to make this meal totally balanced and filling, you won’t miss pasta with this dish!

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