Recipes

Doesn’t sound very sexy, but adding all your leftover veggies and meat or seafood to the bottom of a shallow dish and adding eggs on top makes for one the simplest, tastiest meals around. At the end of the week I often have some greens that are past their best – and they work great in this dish. Gather all your odd-and-ends – reduce waste and get dinner in under 30 minutes. Winning!



My smoked fish addiction is pretty out of hand. In fact, smoked anything really tickles my fancy…but I am wary of the sodium content. I try to limit my intake to once a week, and am sure to drink plenty of water on that day. That being said, smoked trout is an excellent good source of protein, B vitamins, vitamin D, magnesium and selenium. It also contains plenty of omega-3 fatty acids, which have been linked to a lower risk of heart disease, macular degeneration and Alzheimer’s disease. Try these delicious gluten-free fritters to get your fix at breakfast or lunch!



This traditional recipe swaps starchy white rice for the supergrain quinoa. Quinoa contains all nine essential amino acids which help the body to absorb its high protein content more effectively. It also contains plenty of vitamin B2 which boosts your metabolism. Stir in some salmon, eggs and lemon, and you have one power-house of a meal.