Kentucky Style Chicken

Simple, quick, easy, tasty, nutritious...Kentucky style chicken. Serves 4 2 skinless chicken breasts, cut laterally in half1/2 cup quinoa flakes1/4 Kentucky style herb mix2 tsp Cajun spice1 eggExtra virgin olive oil. Turn oven on to 180 deg C. Beat egg with a fork in a bowl. In a separate bow mix all dry ingredients. Wash... Continue Reading →

Ricotta, Potato & Pumpkin Bake

Ever get bored of the same old steamed vegies every night? Steering clear of deep fried roasted vegetables but looking for something to add spice to their life? Often I try and mix it up by making bakes, using a variety of homemade sauces or even crumbing them in ground oats. I'm always busy so... Continue Reading →

Maple Parfait

A simple nutritious overnight breakfast high in protein, carbohydrates and dietry fibre. 370 calories per serve and a whole lot of energy to fuel your workouts or the day ahead. INGREDIENTS 2 weetbix1/2 cup almond or skim milk1-2 tsp sugar free maple syrup1/4 cup plain Greek yoghurt1/8 cup granola, homemade or natural2 tblsp Light whipped... Continue Reading →

Snickers Overnight Oats

I couldn't resist turning my snickers smoothie flavours into an overnight oats recipe. I used organic products and 95% dark chocolate for an antioxidant hit. The peanut butter also boosts the protein. Oats are nutritionally rich. It has┬ámore protein than most grains and also contains numerous vitamins and minerals. It contains not only antioxidants but... Continue Reading →

Run Training Hill Sprints

Training on hills is as important as normal flat surface sprints. It improves leg-muscle strength, quickens your stride, expands stride length, develops your cardiovascular system, enhances your running economy and can even protect your leg muscles against soreness. Therefore, hill running will make you stronger, faster and a healthier runner. Stronger legs also mean less chance... Continue Reading →

Burgerlicious Burgers

We all love a burger from time to time. But how about making your own healthy version. Yes healthy, using natural flavours, healthy fats and lean meat. If your a Vegetarian or vegan you can use meat substitutes such as beans, lentils or chickpeas. This is a simple recipe where you can choose to change... Continue Reading →

Simple Crispy Salad

A simple nutritious low carb meal. Keeping this article simple as the heading suggests. Serves 1 Ingredients 1/8 med pumpkin 1 small brown onion 1/4-1/2 red capsicum 1 handful baby spinach 2 pieces short cut bacon. 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil to cook in and use as dressing to drizzle over. BBQ spice Lime... Continue Reading →

Healthy Rice Pudding

Instead of freezing left over rice I decided to make a dessert. I'm so glad I did! Yum! I simply grabbed an oven proof baking dish, put about 2 cups cooked boiled rice in it. Full ingredient list below. In a bowl, 2 large eggs (at least 700g), or 3 small eggs and whisk. Add... Continue Reading →

Upper Body HIIT Workout

A burning challenge that should take only 30 minutes or under. This workout requires dumbells or something similar you can hold. There is only 5 seconds between every set! That's the challenge! However if you require more rest, that's fine too. Avoid rushing your moves, and control both up/down, push/pull directions. Make it work! If... Continue Reading →

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