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
I had a really interesting conversation with one of my clients last week, who was telling me about his reasons for wanting me to cook for him. He wanted to focus on eating well, and eating enough, so that he could keep getting stronger. After spending years fighting his genetics and trying to maintain a … Continue reading Stop Fighting Yourself – how to set goals you can actually achieve
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?
So today, I've decided to get a little personal with you all. I find it hard to believe that ANYBODY in the world is 100% happy with their body. Whether you feel too fat, too thin, too tall, too short, the wrong colour - I believe that for most of us there is something that … Continue reading Becoming Miss Fighting Fit.