It’s January. It’s cold. It’s that time of year when people are feeling like maybe they overindulged a little in the festive period and it’s time to cut down. Maybe you’re trying to lose weight, or you're trying to lower your cholesterol. Maybe you’re trying out ‘Veganuary’, or you may be vegan already. If you have introduced any kind of restriction into your diet then here’s my message to you – EAT FAT.
Today I am sharing with you one of my all-time favourite dishes – aubergine parmigiana. This Italian classic is a knock-out dish whether you are vegetarian or not, making it a great way to get more vegetables in your diet. For a dish that has such depth of flavour it is surprisingly easy to make.
Do you have a food related goal for 2019? Maybe you want to lose weight, want to eat a healthier diet, or want to feel like you have more energy. What about wanting to improve your sleep? Or your memory? Or maybe your mental health? When it comes to food, what we put into our body is just as important for our mental health as it is our physical health. Those all important nutrients that fuel our body also provide ‘brain food’. But if we are feeling stressed, lacking energy, feel fuzzy headed, then making changes can seem even harder.
If you have a New Year’s resolution that you are determined to stick to, or you are just looking to develop some positive habits, this post is for you. Here I share my top five favourite tips for successful change. You may already have some of these nailed. If you’ve got all five sorted then well done, you are well on your way to success. I’d love to hear your tips for successful change too.
As we look back over the last year and welcome in the new, many of us start to make resolutions. We think about what we want to change. What were we unhappy about last year? What would we like to be different as we head into 2019? Often these resolutions involve diet or lifestyle changes. Exercise more, eat less – you get the picture. But most of these resolutions have been abandoned before the Christmas decorations are back in the box. Today I’m sharing five reasons why those pesky resolutions fail.
I’m writing this just before logging off for the Christmas holidays because I know it is going to come in handy over the festive period. This soup is tasty, warming, nourishing and is perfect for those days when your body is crying out for something healthy but you are just not quite sure what.
If you are a fan of cauliflower cheese then you are going to love this soup. With Christmas on the horizon this could be a great one to tuck away for afterwards when you are looking to use up all of those bits and pieces from your cheeseboard.
Whilst I was planning this series of easy but healthy comfort food recipes I was on holiday. It was a pretty cold half term week in Copenhagen and we were staying in an apartment with a tiny and very basic kitchen. This recipe made for a very satisfying evening meal accompanied by some gorgeous Danish dark rye bread. In my book anything that can be rustled up in a basic apartment using limited ingredients definitely counts as easy. I decided then and there that I absolutely wanted to share it with you all.
When I decided to share a series of winter comfort food recipes I knew I needed to include porridge. But, if I’m going to share porridge, if I’m going as far as calling it a recipe, then it had better be pretty special right? It’s got to get a step further than oats and milk. So, I present to you my Carrot Cake Porridge. Renamed special occasion porridge by Glutenfreeman – which I think means only to be made on days when he is not in charge of the porridge pan…..
When I said I would post a series of healthier comfort food recipes I figured that wouldn’t be complete without including a crumble recipe. There’s so much great fruit around in the Autumn and a crumble is the perfect way to enjoy it. I make this crumble topping in large batches in my food processor and freeze – that way you have a quick dessert to hand whenever you feel the need.
I'm Kim Adams, founder of SAVI Nutrition. A Nutritional Therapist who is passionate about healthy, tasty food. Here I share with you my thoughts on food and health alongside a few of my favourite recipes.