How to Eat More Plants – Or, how to nourish your body in a way that gives you food freedom, happiness and time to enjoy all the really important things in life!

By Rebecca Boulton on 24th March 2017 in Blog No Comments

By Guest Blogger, Lorraine Pannetier, Transformational Food & Lifestyle Coach You thought you were getting there. Then the UK government changed the fruit and veg guidelines from 5-a-day to 10-a-day. You thought you were getting there. Then you read another article about pesticides in supermarket strawberries and chlorine in bagged salads. You thought you were […]


Why you should track your food (and my fave tool to use)

By Rebecca Boulton on 4th March 2017 in Blog No Comments

I don’t believe in counting calories as I believe it’s much more important to think about the quality of the food you are eating. BUT there are other reasons to track your food and this short video (5 mins) explains why I track my food and the best tool to do it.   Like this […]


Baked Sweet Potato with Feta Cheese, Olives and Tomatoes

By Rebecca Boulton on 24th February 2017 in Blog | Recipes No Comments

In the Winter, when the weather is cold my body craves warm foods and a salad just doesn’t cut it at lunchtime. I often have a homemade soup or eggs of some kind but that can get a bit boring, and have recently rediscovered baked sweet potatoes. So I wanted to share with you one […]


My Daily Routine

By Rebecca Boulton on 23rd February 2017 in Blog No Comments

As a Capricorn, I am generally very organised and like things to be ordered (and get a bit antsy when they are not!). And that’s the same when it comes to my health. If I don’t plan my food and exercise in advance it can go out the window, and I go into total overwhelm […]


The Truth About Supplements

By Rebecca Boulton on 9th February 2017 in Blog No Comments

I get asked daily about supplements. Which the best one to take is, the dosage, what works for a specific condition. And I see post after post in facebook groups recommending specific ones with a life-changing story. And it frustrates the hell out of me!! Because it’s not as simple as that. Nutritional needs are […]


Healthy Fish Curry

By Rebecca Boulton on 3rd February 2017 in Blog | Recipes No Comments

This healthy fish curry is so flavoursome and is packed with spices and healthy ingredients. It’s a really great friday night recipe as it is easy to make and it’ll beat anything your local takeaway has to offer! Healthy Fish Curry 4 x shallots 3 cloves of garlic 1.5 cm piece of ginger 1 fresh green chilli […]


My Top #5 Sugar Alternatives

By Rebecca Boulton on 27th January 2017 in Blog No Comments

For a long time I had a love / hate relationship with sugar.  I knew I wanted to cut back on sugar as my energy levels kept crashing and my moods were all over the place, plus the sugar hangover is a killer! But I really craved the sweet stuff and had to gradually wean […]


Raspberry Smoothie Bowl

By Rebecca Boulton on 20th January 2017 in Blog | Recipes No Comments

Smoothie bowls are all the rage at the moment, and I have to admit to being a big fan. They are super quick and easy to put together, full of nutrient dense foods and feel really indulgent too. So a win all round! There are many options out there but the key thing to remember […]


#6 Things I Wish My Partner Knew About the Perimenopause

By Rebecca Boulton on 6th January 2017 in Blog No Comments

When you’re going through the perimenopause, you can feel really alone. Your body is changing, your emotions are all over the place and sometimes you just feel like screaming. You’ve probably tried to talk to your partner or husband about it, and while he’s understanding (to a point) he doesn’t really get it…..and you’re not […]


Chicken and Vegetable Stew

By Rebecca Boulton on 6th January 2017 in Blog | Recipes No Comments

It’s the time of year when you just want some warming, comforting foods and your slow cooker is your best friend! This can be cooked in the oven if you have the time, or can be whacked into the slow cooker and left to cook away while you just get on with your day. Packed […]