It doesn’t have to be bird food and lettuce! These are examples of just some of the meals you could be enjoying. Meals that are easy to prepare, full of the right nutrients and nutritionally balanced.

Banana Power Porridge

Start your day the right way with a bowl of porridge, oats really are a super food. Oats can help to lower cholesterol, are full of antioxidents and are a great slow release complex carbohydrate. Team this with banana and cinnamon and you have the breakfast of champions!

Carrot and Noodle Thai Style Salad

Carrots contain vitamin K, fibre, vitamin C and B6, potassium and thiamine, they really are a great veg. When served raw they retain their nutrients even more. This Thai Noodle Salad is full of nutrients and packed full of fresh flavours.

Lebanese Kofta and Cous Cous

This dish is full of eastern flavours, lamb koftas served with wholemeal cous cous and a fresh cucumber and yoghurt dip, who said healthy had to be boring?!

Spaghetti Bolognaise

Good old spag bol! We have changed the white pasta to wholemeal and a few tweaks on the bolognaise means that this is lower in saturated fat and calories than your normal spag bol. Great for all the family to enjoy!

Chicken and Salad Wholemeal Pitta

Great for a quick and easy lunch when you are busy, chicken is a great source of lean protein, this combined with the wholemeal pitta will give you a nice slow steady energy release, keeping those afternoon cravings at bay!

Chicken and Broccoli Noodles

Almost a chow mein! Low in fat, full of nutrients from the veggies and complex carbs from the wholemeal noodles, this is a quick and easy dinner, full of flavour.

Banana Bread

It’s Nutritions amazing Banana Bread recipe is almost fat free, packed full of slow release energy from the wholemeal flour and added sweetness from the banana makes this a great snack before or after sport.

Homemade Energy Bars

These energy bars are made with natural peanut butter, oats and honey and have got me and many clients through long cycles,runs and training sessions! Oats for slow release energy, honey for quick release energy and peanut butter for added protein to help muscles recover and they taste Amazing!