NUTRITION 25th April 2018

Get your greens before 9am

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For decades, mothers everywhere have encouraged their families to eat a good breakfast, and they’re right. But all that changed when Kellogg’s hit the scene in 1906.  Since then, our idea of breakfast has been one of convenience and based on an addiction to sugar. Therefore this week, my goal is to inspire you to cook your breakfast and say goodbye to cardboard box crap.

Here are five Instagram worthy pics of my go-to breakfast plates. Eating this way helps me achieve my daily vegetable intake, leaves me full for hours, and nourishes my body with essential vitamins like D, B12 and iron. If it works for me, it can work for you.

Veggies aren’t just for lunchtime salads!
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HEALTH 18th April 2018

Can these men
Disrupt Healthcare?

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The ways in which we watch TV, hail a taxi or book a vacation rental have changed. More to the point, they’ve been disrupted thanks to Netflix, Uber and Airbnb.

And now, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffet and Jamie Dimon, intend to take the disruptor model to healthcare. In January, the three men joined forces to set up an independent healthcare company for their employees.

But can two financial powerhouses and an online retailer feasibly disrupt the healthcare industry?  Theoretically speaking, no. Here’s why.
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FOOD 11th April 2018

Easy Peasy
Skillet Chicken

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Sophisticated enough for a dinner party, yet quick enough I made it on the fly last night. There is nothing not-to-love about this crispy thigh recipe, so get your skillets out (or buy one at Macy’s!)READ MORE

HEALTH 4th April 2018

Pasta does not make you fat, and
Cholesterol tests should be retired

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Hi Guys,

Apologies in advance, this week’s post will be light. I’ve just moved apartments, which comes with plenty of unpacking, admin work, and that classic of walking in to your new home to find there are no windows (true story).

That said, I did want to share two interesting stories that caught my attention this past week. Let’s get the ball rolling with this one:READ MORE


HEALTH 21st March 2018

Climate Change and Coral Reefs:
A tragic ending for us all

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Coral reefs are the epitome of mother nature’s beauty: their dazzling display of bright colors and crystal-like structures are a sight for sore eyes. But a rise in sea temperatures onset by global warming is mounting a serious threat to reefs worldwide.  And the consequences don’t end there……

This is the tragic tale of climate change, the great coral reefs, and you & me.

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NUTRITION 28th February 2018

Is intermittent fasting
bad for women?

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Intermittent Fasting (IF): the practice of going without food for prolonged periods of time, is known to do some amazing things for your body: improved weight loss, decelerated aging and better heart health – if you’re a man that is. Women haven’t been so lucky.READ MORE


FOOD, HEALTH, MIND, NUTRITION 21st February 2018

Some of my
favorite things

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This last week has been nothing short of crazy. I’ve visited three different time zones (here I am rounding my travels off in beautiful, sunny Beverly Hills), and my body clock has no idea if it’s coming or going. I also decided to switch gears for this weeks post, to share my current reading material and a recent podcast that really inspired me. Enjoy 🙂READ MORE