This trendy poke bowl is fresh yet full of flavour. Prawns are a rich source of high-quality protein and minerals such as iodine, an essential nutrient for cognitive function and thyroid health. The wholegrain rice is a source of fibre and B vitamins which help to convert the food we eat into energy. This lunchbox can be whipped up within minutes, using wither fresh ingredients or even leftovers from the fridge and you can get creative with different toppings! Poke bowls really aren’t just for restaurants…
It’s only recently that the UK has gone coconut oil mad, with so many claimed health benefits from immune support properties to being hailed as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. But is coconut oil good for you?
Have you been noticing how the sun has improved everyone’s mood significantly? Well, you’re not wrong to assume that! There is, in fact, scientific evidence to prove that there is a correlation between the sun and your mood…
Beetroot burgers make for a hearty veggie lunch, yet are full of flavour! Their vibrant colour comes from beetroots purple hue, and the whipped feta and dill sauce gives them that extra kick.
#LilyLunchBox for successful living
A delicious and filling #vegan spring lunch box idea for adults. The lentils provide a great source of plant-based protein, whilst the rainbow-coloured vegetables can ensure you reach your 5 a day. Lastly, the miso dressing gives this dish a super flavoursome twist.
Do you struggle with the post-lunch slump and in need of an energy boost? This Insta Live is hosted with two time published author Mira Manek. We demo my favourite easy chocolate peanut butter energy ball recipe and discuss smart snacking strategies for enhancing energy all day long.
Literally drooling over the chocolate chia pots
This super easy lunch box has a Moroccan twist with the tasty rose Harissa dressing. A perfectly balanced lunch including all key food groups for a high energy work day!
Working from home can easily throw a spanner in the works when it comes to healthy eating…
Eating certain foods is not going to scare off coronavirus, but it may help support your immune system and improve your body’s natural defences.