Pasta Armatriciana

300g Wholewheat Spaghetti 400g Chicken Breast, diced 100g Diced Pancetta 1 Onion, finely diced 50g Basil, roughly chopped 400g chopped tomatoes SERVES 2 1435 Calories, 39g Fat, 114g Carbs, 135g Protein Nutrition in 1 serving 717.5 Calories, 19.5g Fat, 57g Carbs, 67.5g Protein Fry the onion and chicken together in a large frying pan with a little oil on a medium heat until Chicken is cooked but still has that lovely white colour and onions have light brown colour and caramelised a tad. Meanwhile bring a pan of boiling water to the boil and cook spaghetti according to instructions. 2. … Continue reading Pasta Armatriciana

Squash & Beef Chilli

1 Butternut Squash 500g 5% Fat Beef Mince 750 ml beef stock with water 1 onion 150g closed cup mushrooms 2 garlic cloves 2 onion shallots 50g Coriander SERVES 2 (860.66 Calories, 26g Fat, 19g Carbs, 112.33g Protein) Nutrition in 1 serving ( 430.33 Calories, 13g Fat, 9.5g Carbs, 56.16g Protein) Fry the onion, garlic and mushrooms on a medium heat with the beef mince in a little oil until the beef is clearly cooked but not burning 2. Add the beef stock and water and the butternut squash. Bring to the boil and then simmer for 15-20 minutes. 3) … Continue reading Squash & Beef Chilli

Benefits of Beet for Athletes

Beetroot juice has become a popular supplement for many athletes, many of them runners especially. Beetroot is a rich source of many anti-oxidants and drinking beet juice raises nitric oxide levels in our bodies This nitric oxide increases blood flow, improves lung function and strengthens muscular contraction. Beetroot also greatly improves our cardio-respiratory system and fitness because it opens up our blood vessels so that an increased amount of oxygenised blood can work it’s way to our muscles. Nitric oxide also ensures that a much greater oxygen intake inside the muscles 💪 is able to occur. Beet juice has allegedly … Continue reading Benefits of Beet for Athletes

Best foods for a strong mind and strong body

Beans As well as being great fuel for long runs, these carbs are also high in anti-inflammatory bodies. Try to eat them every other day. 2. Mixed berries Berries can reduce the risk of neuron loss and improve mental performance. I personally love berries and have them daily on my porridge and find they are a great start to the day. Try to eat berries at least twice a week. 3. Colourful Veggies Colour in food means food Is rich in anti-oxidants, which can help protect neurons. Definitely try to eat these once a day. 4. Greens Rich in folate, … Continue reading Best foods for a strong mind and strong body