Is this the best possible cheesecake known to man?I THINK SO! I’m a sucker for a sugar free, high-fat sweet treat.This is truly divine, so easy to make and is PACKED full of fat based calories – perfect for anyone living a high fat, low-sugar or high energy lifestyle. RECIPEBase1 cup ground almonds1 cup pecan nuts60g butter20g xylitol (found in most large supermarkets near the … Continue reading Sugar Free Baked Lemon Cheesecake
Many of you may have seen me necking a bright orange, slimey, lumpy shot most mornings on my Instagram stories. I’m amused by how many people a) find it entertaining and b) want the recipe. Well, here you are, you delicious people. (PLEASE NOTE: You do realise by reading this you have entered into a non-verbal agreement with me to do this shot every morning for … Continue reading Anti Inflammatory Shot
When rowing around Great Britain, we won’t eat normal food. Click here to read what I will be eating on the boat. All my Round Great Britain rowing adventures will now be documented on emoov.co.uk Continue reading What Will I Eat On The Boat?
Who else is familiar with this? I’m not a doctor, neither am I a nutritionist so I urge you to take this post as one that is written by a layman. I did, however, suffer from Raynaud’s phenomenon for 14 years and now no longer suffer from it. Phenomenon – there is no known cause or cure. Before I delve into this more, let me … Continue reading 4 Ways to Cure Raynaud’s Phenomenon
An egg breakfast is a great way to start your day, boost your metabolism and get a strong and lean body. (check out one of my previous posts about why eggs are king in the morning). These delicious little dollops of joy can be cooked ahead of time, making them ideal if you’re in a rush and want a healthy meal or snack. Be it breakfast, … Continue reading Breakfast Egg Muffins
March 2016 ChallengeAfter the success of my February Challenge, The #SugarFreeFeb gang and I decided to continue with another monthly challenge: The 30 Day Cold Shower Challenge! I’d already started this challenge mid-late February after listening to Scott Carney’s What Doesn’t Kill Us audiobook. In the first few chapters of the audiobook above, Scott explains the Wim Hof method and the benefits of cold water training. This was enough … Continue reading 30 Day Cold Shower Challenge
35 days of a sugar-free living and I am loving it, as are my 2 friends who joined the Sugar Free Revolution (I named it that 😇). After posting my challenge on social media, I was thrilled that my friendPaul (the inspiration behind #sugarfreefeb) and I got a new recruit, Martyn. We started a Facebook Messenger chat and took pictures of our meals every day providing each other with accountability, encouragement, and inspiration. … Continue reading 30 Day Sugar Free Challenge Conclusion
04/02/17Each month, I plan on doing a ‘challenge’ to assist me in becoming a healthier and more productive human. February’s challenge is to eliminate sugar from my diet. For many years I was very strict with my eating plan, only eating sugar and sweet things once per week on a ‘cheat day’, but recently I found myself on the sugar train (choo choo) far too frequently. I’d … Continue reading 30 Day Sugar Free Challenge
I feel like I’m cheating by calling this a recipe. With only 2 main ingredients can really be classified as one? These flatbreads are high in protein and gluten-free. Winner! Gram flour is made from ground chickpeas. In fact, the one I have at the moment is ground chickpeas and yellow split lentils and cost about £2 for a 1kg bag from Tesco. I’m a little addicted to … Continue reading Gram Flour Flatbreads
I often get asked what is the best breakfast, especially after exercise. In my opinion, there is only one answer, and that’s EGGS! After reading The 4 Hour Body by Tim Ferriss in 2010, I replaced my porridge breakfast, which I had been eating for about 5 years, with an egg breakfast and have never looked back. My research suggests it can help towards a leaner, … Continue reading What’s The Best Breakfast?