Category Archives: Snacks & Sides

Chocolate Orange Protein Energy Balls

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These handy little balls of power are a great portable snack on the go and a great post gym dose of carbohydrate from the dates. You can do make these with or without the protein powder but it would be ideal to include it to make them more of a protein hit snack. If you […]

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Homemade Chicken Liver Pate on Buckwheat

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Chicken liver pate is super nutritious, rich in B vitamins (especially B 12), iron (helpful for anaemia or low iron levels) and vitamin A, and of course protein, it makes a great and satisfying snack, and tastes great too. Liver is also a fantastic source of phosphorous and magnesium. The number one benefit of eating liver is that […]

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Vegetarian Nori Wrap Bites

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I just love love love these, they are quick and easy to make and last in the fridge for up to 3 days if kept in an air tight container. They are great to grab for snacks at home or carry out with you in  a handy sized tupperware box. What you’ll need (to make about 6 […]

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Beetroot and Avocado Dip

Beetroot and Avocado Dip

This dip makes a great alternative to regular hummus, it comes without the small amount of protein you’d get from the chick peas in hummus but still makes a nice dip for a starter or could be a side to a salad or other meal. Beetroot is super helpful for your liver as they are […]

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Courgette noodles/spaghetti

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Courgette makes a great healthy and nutritious alternative to regular noodles or spaghetti. What are the benefits of using courgette instead of regular wheat or rice based noodles or spaghetti? Well, rice and wheat, although far better when the brown version, are higher in whats known as ‘glycemic load’ than non-starchy vegetables like courgettes. Glycemic […]

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