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Jump yourself fit

Monday, 31 July 2017
Jumping rope isn’t just for kids- it can also be a great addition to your fitness routine, helping you to build balance, speed, agility and coordination while you lose weight.

Homemade granola bars

Thursday, 23 June 2016
Make your own tasty and filling granola bars, with just 112 calories each. This recipe is good for adding, removing and substituting different ingredients, so you can play around and customise it to suit your tastes and preferences!


Whip up a big batch and keep them for when you need a healthy, no-fuss snack…

Coconut, oatmeal and raisin cookies

Sunday, 10 August 2014
These yummy cookies are only 41 calories each- so you can indulge in a few with your tea without feeling too guilty! Whip up a big batch and keep them for when you need a tasty treat…

Make your sandwich healthier

Thursday, 31 July 2014

We all love sandwiches. Simple, filling, delicious, and with room for plenty of variety, it’s no wonder sandwiches are such a staple lunch food. But some sandwiches are healthier than others, and when we’re trying to lose weight, it’s important to pay attention to what we’re putting between our slices of bread. Here are some things to think about to make sure you’re getting a healthy, filling lunch without loading on lots of extra unwanted calories…

Best breakfasts for weight loss

Thursday, 24 July 2014

You’ve heard it time and time again: don’t skip breakfast. Starting your day with a good, healthy breakfast gets your metabolism started and supports your weight loss efforts, giving you plenty of energy to get you through the day. But what should you be eating? Here are some good healthy options to include in your breakfast…

Your new favourite diet foods

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Sadly, there’s no magical food that will make you lose weight. But there are certain foods that will give your weight loss efforts a little boost, along with a balanced diet and regular exercise plans. Foods that keep you feeling full, that speed up your metabolism, and that make you feel strong and energised on fewer calories are great to add into your diet plan.


Basically, you need to look for foods that are high in fibre, protein and healthy fats. And the added benefit is that these foods are full of nutrients and vitamins that keep your body supported while you lose weight. Here are some of the best foods to include in your diet…

Colourful eating for better health

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Choosing brightly coloured fruits and vegetables gives you a tasty flavour hit- and keeps your body strong and healthy while you lose weight. This is because they are packed full of antioxidants, which help to clear out toxins and fight infections. Stock up on plenty of blueberries, bananas and broccoli and you’ll soon notice a difference. You’ll feel more energised, and more able to stay on track with your diet and exercise plans, and will look livelier, with brighter eyes, clearer skin, and overall better health.   

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