Lockdowns have led to significant changes in the way we eat with our routines going out the window. But these poor dietary habits that we are collecting along the way can have a detrimental effect on our gut health and in turn our physical and mental health.
These protein balls are a handy snack to meal-prep and take to work, your home office or to school. Don’t be put off by the chickpeas - you can barely taste them and they are not only a great source of plant-based protein but their high level of fibre feeds our gut bugs to reduce inflammation in the body and boost our mood.
Whether WFH, hybrid or flexible, your home office set-up may be dampening your health and productivity. Now’s a good time to reassess your home office and make sure it’s supporting both your physical and mental health. Read on for our top 5 tips for a healthy home office set-up.
Freezing is such a great option as not only does it help reduce waste, freezing preserves the nutrients like vitamins and minerals in foods.
Let’s face it, with the COVID-19 crisis, we all have an oversupply of rice right now. But rest-assured that it will last well if stored in cool, dry conditions and is an excellent source of carbohydrates, protein, fibre and B vitamins. It is also naturally gluten free and is one of the least allergenic grains, making it an easy diet staple. Here are 10 tasty recipes to help you clear your stockpile.
How to make delicious and healthy meals from non-perishable foods (goodness knows, we all have plenty of them at the moment!). Click through for hints and tips to help you clear your pantry stockpile.