Cravings - Why we get them & how to handle them?
This guest blog post comes from Adam Smith over at Vouchers Codes Pro, who has done extensive research into cravings, and how men and women in the UK respond to them. The topic of cravings and how to handle them, is something I address with my clients on an almost …Read More
All-Natural Skinny Blueberry Muffins
Bursting with sweet blueberries and packed with natural fibre and whole-grain goodness, these All-Natural Skinny Blueberry Muffins are both moist and full of flavour. Whilst of course they’re great any time of day, they come especially handy for breakfast, when frantically running around in order to make it out …Read More
Clean Eating Coconut French Toast
Many weight loss seekers think that bread is “fattening”… like most dietary misconceptions, this is quite far from the truth. Whether eating bread is diet friendly or not, largely depends on the context in which it’s eaten. As far as bread itself goes, most types of bread contain only 80…Read More
Curried Chickpea Salad
From Curried Chicken Salad (see my last post HERE) to Curried Chickpea Salad…. this is one of my all time favourite recipes that’s sure to please vegans, veggies and meat eaters alike. As mentioned in my last post, I prefer to stick to plant-based protein sources (as well as fish …Read More
Curried Chicken Salad
Regular followers of The Food Effect might be somewhat surprised to see a recipe featuring chicken on the blog, as up until now, it has not featured heavily in my online presence. Don’t get me wrong, with a meat-loving husband and South African parents, it is a frequent component …Read More
Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies (Gluten-Free)
Hot on the heels of my recent Healthy Homemade Peanut Butter post, which is proving to be very popular, I thought this an appropriate one to follow!
A long-time favourite recipe of mine and boasting just three main ingredients, these flourless peanut xanax butter cookies couldn’t possibly be more …Read More
Healthy Homemade Peanut Butter
As a self-confessed peanut butter addict, the discovery of this recipe was not only life-changing in terms of being the most incredible nut butter I have ever tasted (as much as I love some of the store-bought ones!), but it may also save me from bankruptcy as a jar doesn’…Read More
Rainbow Brown Rice Salad
Following on from my World Cup Pea Soup post, (you can read about my dinner party antics HERE), here is another dish I created, that was also a huge hit!
This colour-popping, vitamin-packed substantial salad is guaranteed to go down a treat on any buffet table. It would also be …Read More
World Cup Pea Soup
This outstanding soup recipe was born out of a dinner party I hosted last Sunday night – an accidental clash with the football World Cup Final, I must add, but one which was swiftly forgiven by all the fans attending due to the evening’s roaring success.
Whilst I absolutely …Read More
Living La Dolce Vita Part 2 – Staying Slim Whilst Enjoying Your Pasta: Recipes
This recipe post is a follow on from my last post: “Living La Dolce Vita: Staying Slim Whilst Enjoying Your Pasta”. For those of you that haven’t read it yet, click here to read how and why you CAN, and SHOULD enjoy pasta as a healthy meal, without piling …Read More