Healthy Eating Recipe Series
February 2022   BODY & MIND

Healthy Eating Recipe Series

Easy-to-follow and quick to prepare, our 60 second recipes will fast-track you to a healthier diet.
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The noise that comes from the never-ending suggestions about how to improve your diet is often deafening. Less of this; more of that; cut this out; don’t forget to include this; it can be hard to keep track of what you should and shouldn’t be doing to live a healthier life. 

And all of that is before you consider what your specific requirements are: gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, high fibre, and did we mention taste? Ultimately, making positive changes to your daily diet is only going to have a lasting impact if you keep at it, and for that to happen you have to like the taste of what you’re eating and drinking. Otherwise, it’s a change that’s going to be hard to turn into a habit. 

To help you bring about these changes we’ve create a series of step-by-step guides that you introduce healthy snacks, meals and smoothies to your everyday routine. From spicy tofu hot pots and banana oat French toast to almond butter protein bars and peach and blueberry popsicles, there’s inspiration for every meal – and in between meals too.  

To give you the best chance of transitioning to a healthier diet we’ve not only made the recipes easy-to-follow but they’re also quick to make, ensuring there’s no stumbling blocks in your way to success. 



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