Start your day with a protein and low carb breakfast for maintaing energy levels throughout the morning. Having fruit or fruit juice on its own turns straight to sugar. If you want fruit then I suggest eating it with some protein such as Greek yoghurt or walnuts. This helps stop the fruit turning straight to sugar and giving you a false sugar energy high and low.
Wait to have your breakfast or first meal of the day at least 12 hours after your last meal of the previous day. This will help sustain weightloss and give your digestive system a rest.
Poached eggs with avocado, crispy bacon, tomatos and a swirl of balsamic vinegar.
I suggest to my clients to commence each meal with a teaspoon of Sauerkraut to aid digestion and gut health. I’ve added some ‘good oil’ for additional Omega3 for its anti-inflammatory properties, healthy joints and brain function.
This homecooked breakfast consists of Portobello mushrooms, wilted organic spinach leaves, an organic 2-egg omelette cooked in coconut oil with chopped chives for added flavour and some Isle of Wight tomatoes.
Priceless! With thanks to @JohnGiddings01 for this brilliant clip. Love it! Our wonderful British police force. They look after us so well, risk their lives for us and even join in to a yoga class.
This could only happen in Great Britain. Just like the video that went viral of the policeman dancing with the kids at onelovemanchester concert.
Organic salmon is an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acid which is important for your body and brain.
Omega-3 can help
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Chatting on Talk Radio to Jake Yapp about a new drug that is in development, which may help reverse the ageing process by targeting and killing off old cells. What do we think? Would we take it? What else can we do to live a healthier lifestyle?
The Solgar press event this week showcased their latest vitamin range for joint and bone fitness and wellness. It was really interesting to listen to the nutritionist Paul Chamberlain about the science behind this range and why Solgar have launched these new products to help us achieve our fitness potential., Celebrity personal trainer Laura Williams also chatted to us on her thoughts on 2017 health and fitness trends.
It’s very interesting that the latest buzzword of healthy ingredients in the culinary world is Turmeric. Turmeric is well known to help reduce inflammation in the body.
Solgar 7 joint support and comfort for flexibility and mobility contains ingredients which include the natural anti-inflammatories- turmeric and ginger. (£25.99 for 30 tablets)
Solgar Full Spectrum Curcumin is the compound also derived from Turmeric. Also therefore targeting joint pain, inflammation and tenderness. (£27.50 for 30 tablets)
Solgar Extra Strength Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM helps to support healthy joints and cartilage.(£43.00 for 60 tablets)
Solgar Ultimate Bone Support provide the key minerals calcium and magnesium with the vitamin K2 and D3 helping the absorption and support for bone building and support. (£22.99 for 120 tablets)
All these products are really interesting to me as someone who at 60 years old regularly participates in many sports from horse riding to dancing, and already has had significant cartilage wear and tear from being a ballet dancer in my youth.
I am excited to try out these vitamins especially the Solgar 7 as it was shown to have had significantly positive results on a testers over a 90 day period.
To find your local stockist visit www.Solgar.co.uk