Perhaps you aren’t particularly into baking but you’ve enjoyed being busy in the kitchen during this global pandemic? Maybe you’ve been using it as a teaching tool with your children during home-schooling, but you’ve run out of supplies?
According to the Kenyans, men are doing financially well when they have ditched the vegetables for fish, meat, and chicken. These foods can provide essential nutrients, but, still, they can’t supplement the nutrients provided by the vegetables.
The sun is shinning this week, which is lovely. Perhaps it’s making you think about having a cocktail or two, or a mocktail if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or just prefer something non-alcoholic.
A few months into 2020, we’ve already seen which kitchen trends are popular this year. Wood finishes, gold accents, and marble are only a few that London kitchen designers are playing with. Bold use of colour also seems to be on point for 2020, which leads us to ask – are colourful kitchens becoming trendy again in 2020?
It shouldn’t be tricky should it? I mean choosing a lunch box should be like a two second task right? It’s just a lunch box, aren’t they all the same?
Stir fry is ideal for busy parents. It’s super quick to prepare and a good healthy option.
Overnight oats have become really popular, especially in the last couple of years. I see lots of people on Slimming World positing about having overnight oats and Instagram healthy food accounts are full of examples of what you can put in your overnight oats.
Did you have plans for this year to overhaul your fitness and nutrition? How is it going? If you are wavering a little and need some assistance to get back on track read on to find out how Katie & Leanna Nutrition may be able to help you.