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This is a lovely twist on a great classic. It’s a great accompaniment for grilled meat, topping a homemade burger and to have at bbq’s. This makes enough for four generous helping so you can adjust the recipe to suit. Ingredients Half of a red cabbage 1 small red onion (you can use spring onion…Read More
WHAT HAPPENED WHEN I SWITCHED TO A WHOLE FOOD PLANT BASED DIET? Short answer: I lost 28 pounds in 2 months! Long answer: Let me wind the clock back 35 years when I didn’t really care what I ate and would happily munch on any food. Meat pies were a favourite until that fateful day…Read More
Whilst waiting for a train… In February of this year I bumped into an old friend in Barnsley Interchange. It transpired we were both on our way to the same event in Leeds. During our train journey our conversation turned to our health and I mentioned that I was thinking about getting more exercise but…Read More
Our bodies are genetically engineered to exercise. The “fight-or-flight” response, a physiological reaction developed by our ancestors, is very much with us today. Back then it was a perceived attack or threat to survival. Nowadays it is more likely to be a perceived attack of indigestion by slouching on the couch too long. Since our…Read More
Struggling to get over the start line? 5 steps that will get you off to a flyer Here’s a real treat for you. A guest post from Olympic coach Steve Gent MSc, BSc, CSCS. Steve runs his own High Performance Centre based at Goodwood Golf Course. He has all kinds of clients, young and not…Read More
Blue Zone? – What’s that? Two years ago I was obese, a type 2 diabetic and on the road to an early grave. Deciding on whether I wanted to be dropped into a hole or, alternatively, being roasted to a crisp was not something I wanted to occupy my thoughts with. There were much better…Read More