CALLING ALL LADY BOSSES! Saturday 30th June we will be hosting the first of what we are hoping to be a monthly event. From 10am – 2pm we are inviting Market Stalls (new and second-hand items welcome) into the Cathedral of Sweat to set up a monthly market. We welcomeRead More
If you don’t know it yet, then today is the day of enlightenment! As a personal trainer I can give you the BEST methods, strategies, execution of workouts and top training tips but if your lifestyle dictates where you eat most of your meals then sit back, relax and put down the fork. Your eating habits are just as important as your exercise habits. Get both of them right and you have a recipe for success! Read on to find out more….
Its SUNDAY and a PERFECT time to make that special breakfast for yourself, cause lets face it…who has the time any other morning of the week!
QUINOA being the main ingredient is known as the ‘Brain Grain’ and it isn’t by accident. A top source of riboflavin, it can help reduce the occurrence of migranes by increasing brain cell metabolism. It’s also packed with iron which means more red blood cells in the body to carry oxygen to our brain and muscles. And don’t forget about its vitamin B content – that’s what can help the mind stay sharp as a tack (ready for a big week ahead)!
To try this AMAZINGLY healthy breakie check out our latest blog for our GLUTEN FREE SPICED GRANOLA Recipe!
Want to join our ‘Abs are Made in the Kitchen’ Program? Well Get READY cause it KICKS OFF this Monday (May 11th)!!! Join the Vixens as we all do a 5 Day Juice and Raw Food Cleanse TOGETHER.
Dark Berries such as blueberries and blackberries will make it easier for your liver to get rid of certain toxins.
Hot Chilli’s have capsaicin, which boosts enzymes responsible for detoxifying the liver. As a rule, the hotter the chilli, the more capsaicin.
Whole Grains contain phosphorous, a natural laxative, and fiber to help bulk up your stools.
Fermented Foods like kimchi (Korean spicy pickled cabbage) and sour pickles are packed with probiotics, the good bacteria that help protect your colon.