A Sautéed Vegetable Topped Soup

Think smooth and seasoned pumpkin with all manner of spring vegetables sautéed and crisped to perfection in the pan, lovingly thrown atop. A tangy hit of tomato chutney and generous sprinkle of spice took us home. Ingredients: Method: 3. Once your vegetables have has been roasted, pop them into a blender with the peeled garlicContinue reading “A Sautéed Vegetable Topped Soup”

Roasted Pumpkin & Goats Cheese salad W Smoked trout

Salads are a fantastic option for delivering a load of nutrients whilst still being able to go about your day feeling light and focused. Berries are ripening on their bushes and veg is bursting to life under the emboldened spring sun. Make the most of this gorgeous time of the year with a celebratory salad.Continue reading “Roasted Pumpkin & Goats Cheese salad W Smoked trout”

Being your most effective and present self: part 2 

It’s what on the inside that counts… Top tip 1: Positive self-talk Our thoughts proceed everything that we do. We think we are hungry; we think about the meal we would like and we take action to have that meal. We receive an email at work, we think about completing the task it details andContinue reading Being your most effective and present self: part 2 

Spiced South West Salmon and Salsa

A salmon serve a day truly keeps the doctor away. The high-quality protein to promote healthy muscle mass, the omega 3s to support cardiovascular health and brain function as well as loads of other minerals to keep you stronger for longer.  This smokiness of the spiced salmon is wondrously cut through with the fresh-ness ofContinue reading Spiced South West Salmon and Salsa

Rob’s Morning Oat Jar

Autumnal apples and late season citrus offer mild sweetness and supreme juiciness while the granola at the bottom and bulk oats will replenish his energy stores (muscle glycogen) as the day unfolds before him. Why oats and granola? Why should anyone have to choose between creamy and crunchy? Why not both? This simply can’t beContinue reading Rob’s Morning Oat Jar

Stand Tall

Avoid Pain with Your Best Posture Train smarter and avoid lifestyle pitfalls: You can support your posture through training the correct muscles such as your upper back (rhomboids, lats, rear delts and trapezius) and being mindful during the day of your posture. This is not limited to the upper body. Strong glutes, core and workingContinue reading “Stand Tall”

Shakshuka V2.0

Possibly the most excellent baked eggs I have ever had the pleasure to share in my garden. Twirling the fork around the sweet roasted strands of squash whilst it picked up tomato, dip, egg and spice is a mouth water experience. It didn’t need the toast but the additional crunch factor was much appreciated. AContinue reading “Shakshuka V2.0”

Muscle: Your Longevity Organ

Benefit from the feeling that comes with moving and performing everyday tasks better. Jumping out of a car with confident swing in your step, bending to pick something up out without feeling any twinges or aches and putting pants on without tumbling into the nearest solid object. These are the everyday things we can takeContinue reading “Muscle: Your Longevity Organ”

Experience Can Work One of Both Ways.

You can either let the years and knowledge build you up or let it weigh you down. It can either feed or deplete your determination and the ultimate thing it comes down to is having an enthusiastic mindset. If you don’t feel like you have enough experience you will want more and this will feedContinue reading “Experience Can Work One of Both Ways.”

Mustard Pumpkin Soup W a Lemon Thyme Hit

Flavours of the season, grown from the earth and cooked together to bring a harmony of flavour and warmth. This is a bowl to gather round and let sit in your hands and close to your nose. Let the scents assail you before you dunk hot toast into the heart of the bowl, getting aContinue reading “Mustard Pumpkin Soup W a Lemon Thyme Hit”