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Enjoy our carefully curated articles on health conditions, evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle tips, and recipes to inspire you.
Learn how to fuel yourself with a varied diet of nutrient-rich, whole foods in order to maintain your energy levels not just during training but throughout the day.
Inflammation is a natural process which helps our bodies to fight infections. But when it is chronic, it can lead to long term damage of tissues and may contribute to many serious diseases. Fortunately there are certain foods which we know can help.
A Moroccan inspired dish with lovely aromatic spices and, as it’s quite sweet, it’s a favourite with the kids! Turmeric is a very powerful spice, known to have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial and antioxidant properties, so try to include it in as many stews & soups as you can to support your immune system.
This is a healthier version of my family’s favourite Friday night take-away. The ginger & turmeric are warming spices with amazing anti-inflammatory properties thanks to the the gingerol in ginger, and curcumin in turmeric.
One of my favourite soups during the cold months, and I often make it for friends who pop in over lunchtime. Served with some crusty bread it makes a perfect light meal.
A signature Nutrition Applied recipe – it has so many of the daily essentials making it a perfect start to the day. The chocolate flavour & crunchy textures makes it a favourite with family & friends.
These are a healthier version of my favourite treats. They make great snacks to include in lunchboxes.
Very tasty snacks and full of fibre from the butternut and oats, making them ideal for your gut microbes. Also the butternut is rich in Vitamin A which is essential for eye health, bone health and immune function. It is also a potent antioxidant, protecting your body from damage from free radicals.