The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommend eating a minimum of 400g of fruit and vegetables per day to help lower the risk of serious health problems, such as heart disease, stroke and some cancers. Based on this advice, the UK Government recommends at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetable intake per day. Unfortunately, only 26% of adults ate the recommended 5 or more portions of fruit or vegetables a day in 2015.
One pot meals are such a favourite right now. It’s an extra bonus if dinner is ready within 30 minutes! A quick, easy recipe should never be flavour compromised. Find comfort in this lentil stew. Get the recipe!
Whilst travelling, onboard food can be be hit or miss. I’ve had my fair share of nightmare meals over the years, which I’m sure you’ve experienced too. There’s science behind as to why certain meals are curated and what catering services do to enchance our in-flight meal experiences. Continue reading
Garlic bread has to be one of my favourite foods when growing up. That was until I found out I was lactose intolerant. Well that’s crunchy bread with a soft buttery centre was out of the window for me to enjoy! Let that be no more. Continue reading
After rooting around my kitchen the morning after I arrived back from my holiday, I realised that I had the ingredients to make a nutritious granola. With my cupboard full of seeds, nuts and fruits to help with my daily intake of protein and micronutrients such as omega-3, zinc and magnesium, the choice of a super quick and easy granola was a no brainer.
Find the recipe here!
Evian, a global classic brand of natural mineral water. Sourced from the Alps, the brand has given themselves a makeover. Step into the limelight, Evian Fruits and Plants.
Keeping to the healthy living ethos, the new line of Evian product is made from a concoction of their mineral water, natural fruits and botanics. Which flavours are you going to drink to keep you crisp this spring?
Nut milk is becoming a favourite non-dairy milk alternative, not just with vegans or those with dairy intolerances and allergies. Since I’m lactose intolerant turned vegan, turning a food packet over and reading the list of ingredients has become second nature to me. What surprises me is the actual percentage of nut used to produce a 1L carton of milk. Continue reading
Eating the recommended 5-a-day can be challenging for some people, especially if you have a hectic work schedule. Soups, juices and smoothies are a fantastic way of increasing our fruit and vegetable intake whilst maximising our vitamin and nutrient potential. Continue reading
Chocolate is something we all secretly love. Whether it be a piece of chocolate or chocolate flavoured food, we love it. Continue reading
We are always evolving to become more aware of what ends up in our kitchen and eventually our plates. During some point on our food journeys we have decided to eat, reduce or give up some food items altogether. Whether it’s for health or ethical reasons, we’ve made that decision to benefit others or ourselves. Continue reading