Is the miserable wet weather making you crave carbs? Try this low carb healthy lasagne made with slices of butternut squash instead of traditional lasagne pasta sheets

Is the miserable wet weather making you crave carbs?

Try this low carb healthy lasagne made with slices of butternut squash instead of traditional lasagne pasta sheets.
Make the beef or veggie mince however you wish and alternate layers of the squash slices as you would when making lasagne.
You could also add layers of grated cheese and white sauce if you like to make it more like a proper lasagne.
I have used a mixture of cheeses on the top to make a lovely melted cheese crusty top.
Yummy!

Make the beef or veggie mince however you wish and alternate layers of the squash slices as you would when making lasagne.
You could also add layers of grated cheese and white sauce if you like to make it more like a proper lasagne.
I have used a mixture of cheeses on the top to make a lovely melted cheese crusty top.
Yummy!

Healthy eating low carb and protein breakfast after my morning workout for a healthy #weightloss regime

Healthy eating low carb and protein breakfast after my morning workout for a healthy regime. 
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. 
Yummy! 
 blogger

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.
Yummy!
blogger