Meat-eaters will never stop asking and vegans always get sick of hearing it: “How do you get protein?” They could never be as muscular, fit or even bulk as their meat-eating friends right? ARGHHHHHHH. So wrong.   There are some amazing vegan athletes {see Brendan Brazier + Rich Roll} are changing negative stereotypes, proving that plant-based protein can not …

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Posted under: health tips, protein, vegan

I’m a regular at my doctors surgery, in fact I’m on first-name-terms with the receptionist. I have to pop in for blood tests and iron infusions every 3 months. Iron is actually a very tricky mineral to absorb, with many people eating iron-rich foods but still finding that they’re iron-deficient (me!). So while my iron intake …

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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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You already know how to eat healthily – avoid packaged food, stuff that’s battered and anything that looks like it might set off an episode of diabetes…but creating a well-balanced meal is another education in itself. Each macronutrient (carbs, fats and proteins) play an essential role in the body, and one without the other can make …

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Greek yoghurt is high in protein, all-natural, and makes for a fabulous substitution for a lot of other less-healthy ingredients in baking and cooking. I was never really a big fan of yoghurt until I tried the Greek versions – it’s strained to produce a thicker, creamier texture. Not dissimilar to loosely whipped cream, the stiffness …

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