Mix a cup of oats, an egg and some natural yogurt. Fry in coconut oil and serve with low fructose fruit.
Made of oats, bluberries, nuts and chia seeds. Ready for the day!
Natural yogurt with chia seeds and strawberries, gluten free toast with cucumber and tomato and a rare treat of decaff coffee on the side. If you are a coffee drinker, remember to compensate with loads of water to avoid dehydration.
Chocolate mousse that’s good for you
Blend an avocado, half a ripe banana, 4 spoonfulls of coconut cream, 3 spoons of 100% cocoa powder (raw cacao even better) with a drizzle of organic honey, baoab powder and some chia seeds. Let the smooth mix settle in the fridge for 15 mins and serve with fresh blueberries. Amazing or what?
Matcha is a powerhouse of antioxidants and a great base for a “latte”. Mine was made with Matcha green tea and rice milk, served with a homemade flapjack on the side.
Blueberry chia oats with greek yogurt
The winner breakfast!
Chop the kale into roughly even pieces, spread on to a baking tray and spray olive oil on top. Sprinkle pink salt to taste and bake for about 15 mins in the oven.
A rainbow plate
Of raw zucchini, tomato, cucumber, bell pepper and onion served with a small amount of rice, guacamole and cashew butter. Perfect for lunch on a sunny day!
Simple dinner bowl
Made of gluten free pasta, steamed mushrooms, onions and bell peppers and topped with a generous spoonful of sun dried tomato paste.
Fats are not your enemy - just make sure a good proportion of your intake is good fats such as oily fish, avocado, nuts, coconut oil and olive oil.