We all love a nice cold and refreshing morning smoothie, but you’ll love your smoothies EVEN MORE when you discover how you can transform them into NanaBowls…the protein smoothie bowls that are smashing nutrition. The team at NanaBowls have put together their 5 must-haves to help you realise just how much healthier, and TASTIER your morning smoothie …

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Pack these healthy snacks on your way to work for a simple way to ensure you feel full and satisfied throughout the day. Dried fruit, nuts, rice cakes and more are sure to help that 3 pm pick me up. Bananas Packed with fibre and vitamins, bananas keep me fuller for longer than many other water-based …

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No one has time in the morning. It’s like sleep has taken away precious time to get through your every-growing to do list and now you have to catch up. Gah! Here’s some simple ideas to make a healthy breakfast a breeze the night before 1. Overnight Oats Mason jars are all the rage, so …

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Tummy troubles are super common in todays society. A mixture of food intolerances, stress and poor diet can leave us prone to bloating and discomfort on a daily basis. Improving your gut health can be as simple as including some super ingredients and fermented foods. Check out these delish smoothie recipes to bring your tum back …

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Cucumber They don’t say “cool as a cucumber” for nothing! This fresh, juicy vegetable is cool on the body and extremely hydrating. Great sources of B vitamins, cucumbers rehydrate the body and replenish daily vitamins due to their high water content (made up of 95% water). Did you know cucumber can also be used topically …

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You might know that I don’t drink. Aside from the fact that I prefer to spend my money on other things, alcohol actually causes me to have panic attacks. Apparently my body produces too much adrenalin (which I control with exercise) but alcohol is the trigger to send me into overdrive. Turned out to be …

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Travelling cities as a foodie is  one of the highlights of blogging. I get to meet local producers of all things delicious, and listen to their fascinating stories. Talking to people who are so passionate about their work is inspiring, and reminds me of how fortunate I am to have launched my very own products. …

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