Recent media coverage and documentaries on the benefits of a plant-based diet may have sparked your interest in lowering your animal product consumption or going completely vegan all together. Although vegan diets can support health, through lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease, blood pressure, diabetes and increasing longevity, when not implemented correctly you may end up feeling far from optimal health.
I’ve been loving chia porridge for breakfast since the temperature has dropped. And yes, you can eat banana, and even on a LCHF template (just ideally post training). Enjoy team. Ingredients (Serves 1) 1-1½ cup coconut cream/almond milk (I use 50:50) 2-3 tablespoons chia seeds Pinch of sea salt 1 teaspoon of cinnamon 2 tablespoons […]
A simple nutrient dense breakfast or an afternoon pre-training snack. Ingredients (Serves 1) ¼ cup chia seeds 200ml coconut milk 1 vanilla pod 1 teaspoon rice malt syrup, plus extra for topping 1 banana, for topping Crushed almonds, for topping Extras: coconut yogurt, cinnamon Method Soak chia seeds in coconut milk with vanilla pod and rice […]
I often get asked how a smoothie for breakfast can keep me full until 2pm. Try this – it’s the nutrient density, balance of macronutrients and the abundance of good fats that makes it work. Ingredients 1 cup water 1 teaspoon chia seeds ¼ cup canned coconut cream, preferably organic ¼ avocado 1 handful spinach 1 frozen zucchini, optional 1 […]