The beans and quinoa in this light and easy recipe are packed with plant protein. Use pre-cooked quinoa if you want to save time!
Oh man. I just made possibly the best soup ever. It was SO GOOD! I was feeling lazy and couldn’t be bothered to follow a recipe so I just chucked some stuff in the soup maker. I’m even thinking of stopping writing this blog and going to get a third bowl of the stuff! By the way, if you haven’t got a soup maker, fear not, it’s almost as easy with a pan and a blender.
Here’s a recipe that’s great for those with IBS, or anyone else with digestive discomfort. The FODMAPs diet is a plan that I recommend to some of my IBS clients as it can be a great first step to gaining an understanding of what’s going on in the gastrointestinal tract.Read More
For me, the comfort food I crave is carby and creamy. So a big bowl of cheesy pasta hits the spot. Whilst creamy, cheesy pasta makes me happy when I’m eating it, it leaves me feel crap afterwards, and that’s because pasta is difficult to digest and causes a spike in blood sugar levels, and a sugar spike always leads to a sugar crash.Read More
These snack balls are really easy to make and are a great source of protein, which helps to keep you full up and to balance your blood sugar levels.
These are ideal for keeping in the fridge as they can satisfy your need to pick on sweet things.Read More