So, this is my second week writing a food diary - I am doing it so I know what future "clients" are up against. It takes some dedication, but found the app "my food diary" helpful for those moments I need to take a quick snap and log it later - it's like Instagram for … Continue reading Are your eating habits too much for your body?
I have been promising this blog post for a while, but have been pretty busy with business trips and the garden to actually sit my butt down and write it. Luckily though, I have a couple days off after a trip to see the family in the UK. During my short stay in the UK, … Continue reading Choosing the right cooking oil
I haven't blogged for a long time. What with moving house, Christmas, holiday in Finland and then coming back to half unpacked boxes, I've not had much time for myself, let alone for the blog! But, here I am, in the new year, writing from the dining table in our new home. We took the … Continue reading New Year, New Home, New Plans
The key to a healthy mind is a healthy gut. Bacteria is key to addressing this balance.
You have probably heard this a lot: "You are what you eat!" Well, I believe this is true. I wanted to share with you what my average day looks like when it comes to food consumption. I actually think that being aware of what you eat is a great start to rectifying your diet (if … Continue reading You are what you eat. What are you?
I don't believe in complete pleasure deprivation, but if you feel you are trapped by sugar and are suffering from peaks and troughs, it might be wise to pay closer attention to your sugar intake.
I met the girls in a 'fitness restaurant' (Green Lion) at the weekend and we got on to the subject of calorie counting. I feel quite strongly about using calories alone to monitor your diet and I want to explain why. It's all too easy to look at the number of calories food or drink has and … Continue reading Why I hate calorie counting