What’s Eating you Nutrition Blog

Mushroom Chestnut and Lentil Loaf

Ingredients 215g red lentils 1 carrot 1 onion 500g of mushrooms 200g of roasted, peeled chestnuts 50g walnuts 2 tsp dried thyme 1 tbp fresh rosemary 1 handful fresh parsley ½ tsp mustard powder 90g of quinoa or rice Salt and pepper to taste Method 1. In a saucepan,...

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Sweet Potato Bread Cake

Sweet Potato Bread Cake - sugar free, gluten free, dairy free - bursting with nutrition • 1 large roasted sweet potato flesh (approximately 200 grams cooked weight) • 1 cup of gluten free SR flour • 2 tsp cinnamon • 2 tsp ginger • 1 mashed banana • ¼ cup of shredded...

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Want to regain vitality? Reduce your caffeine

If you want to improve your health and nutrition, reduce your caffeine. Caffeine, particularly coffee, is highly addictive.  When we have too much there are a variety of unpleasant side effects.  When you withdraw from caffeine (as we do overnight) you need a hit just...

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Question? What does a Nutritionist eat?

  My food yesterday 8.45 Breakfast: Lemon & Ginger tea Thick smoothie bowl with avocado, mango and banana with grated coconut on top 12.45 Lunch: - Smoked salmon, new potatoes, celery, radishes and lettuce with oil and lemon dressing. Pear Pre dinner – half small...

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Movement and Immunity

   Movement plays a huge role in immunity, and there is research to show that moderate regular exercise promotes a strong immune system. Immune cells circulate through the body more quickly effectively killing bacteria and viruses, however sitting features so much in...

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Is your immune system fighting fit?

Foods, supplements and lifestyle tips you need to know! Top Foods • Garlic • Onions • Mushrooms – especially exotic such as Shitake and Oyster • berries (frozen or fresh), kiwi and citrus Best Supplements • Vitamin D3 essential during the winter as it’s our sunshine...

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GF DF Rice or Quinoa salad

Use a sachet of ready cooked rice or quinoa, or cook half cup of rice / quinoa with 1 cup of water and simmer for 12 minutes. Then turn off the heat and leave to absorb any liquid for 5 minutes Meanwhile chop colourful salad veg such as: - Radishes - Spring onions -...

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