Changing eating habits is hard and deeply personal. One of the ways that you can plan for success when you make changes to your diet, or even if you are just a very busy person wanting to eat healthy, is to plan your meals on a weekly basis. A good time might be a Saturday where you can allocate an hour or perhaps you prefer to have two slots in the week, allocating half an hour to each and planning 3-4 days at a time. Here’s how to do it:Read More
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I am delighted to announce that I have launched a new service due to rising demand from my clients. I recognise how difficult it is to make the necessary changes to your diet when:
You are super busy
You need to accommodate food intolerances
You have been told to follow a specialist diet like low GL for weight loss or low FODMAP for digestive complaints.
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To help you improve your eating habits after the festive season, there's one thing you need to do first and I encourage you to make time for this stage - it's essential to CLEAR out all the leftover mince pies, chocolates and wine from your cupboards and fridge! With such temptation around it's impossible to focus on a healthy regime, never mind a detox! It really is a case of OUT of sight, OUT of mind!
The second stage is to PLAN the food you need to have to hand that is easy to prepare with plenty of diverse ingredients that you can rustle up a quick meal or snack - quicker than a ready meal!
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