Seriously, if I could eliminate one metaphor from existence it would be the stupid ‘getting back on the wagon’. The thing is, this whole idea of being on a healthy little wagon has to stop. It's not a hop-on-hop-off kind of experience - improving your health. This common concept of being ignorant around the cake in … Continue reading Sod the wagon – how to stop yo-yo dieting for good
Meal prep is such an underutilised service when it comes to weight loss and healthy eating goals! Most people will agree that diet plays a huge part in achieving results, and so using meal prep to get organised and stick to your diet is a no-brainer if you're looking to reach a certain goal! For … Continue reading The Healthy Chef Step By Step Guide to Meal Prep
I want to talk to you about the 'Monday Morning Diet'. This is my name for the common mentality after a weekend 'off' - where we decide to get back on track on a Monday morning. It follows a week of eating in some sort of restrictive mindset, and then hitting the weekend and craving … Continue reading Healthy Eating – the ‘Monday Morning Diet’
Hey all, happy June! I just wanted to write a little blog to talk about my recent move to London, and a recent realisation that I had around my diet and health. Since moving to London, I've been working a lot - I'm the head chef at the Soup Kitchen on Tottenham Court Road feeding … Continue reading The Cost of an Unhealthy Diet
I'm curious. When you buy something labelled as a 'meal replacement' what exactly is your decision making process behind it? You see, when you think about it, a 'meal replacement' is a bit of a weird concept really, isn't it? What's so awful about any meal that you'd want to replace it with something else? A … Continue reading Meal Replacements – I mean, why would you want to replace a meal?