At Tone there are a few things you can expect in a session...
You can expect to meet awesome and like minded women 👯♀️
You can expect knowledgeable coaches who care about you and your progress 👩🎓
You can expect to be challenged, but also have all the support to over come those challenges
You can expect to improve your overall health and fitness and build self confidence too! 💪
Finally, you can expect the hour you spend here to be the best time of your day, having fun, feeling good and feeling accomplished!
Antioxidants are so important when it comes to our overall health. They can help reduce the chance of cancer formation, increase heart health, and improve skin texture, just to name a few.
They do this by reducing a chemical reaction in our bodies called ‘oxidation’ which, in a simplified explanation, causes nasty molecules to circulate the body and cause havoc.
Antioxidants can be found in a large array of fresh food from açai berries to passionfruit to our old mate kale || 🌿🍓💫
do you have your omelette’s with the yolk or just the whites? Eggs are the real deal when talking about superfoods, but there’s always been some debate on this issue as to whether the yolk does more harm than good. Only you can decide whether it contributes to your goals, but we can certainly share some good info to help you make that decision 😉. --
Eggs and egg whites are both complete proteins. “Complete” just means is has the adequate proportion of all nine of the essential amino acids necessary for our dietary needs. These amino acids are present in a pattern that matches very closely the pattern the human body needs.
Here are some more key differences:
🔹 The yolks do contain higher amounts of most amino acids 🔹 Egg whites provide the amino acids you need without the fat and cholesterol. 🔹 Egg yolks are packed with antioxidants, fatty acids, and carotenoids. 🔹 The white contains more than half the egg’s total protein and a majority of the egg’s niacin, riboflavin, magnesium, potassium and sodium
🔹 With the exception of the nutrients above, the yolk contains a higher proportion of the egg’s vitamins - B6 & B12, folic acid, pantothenic, and thiamine. All of the egg’s vitamins A, D, E and K are in the yolk. Egg yolks are one of the few foods naturally containing vitamin D.
🔹 The yolk also contains more calcium, copper, iron, manganese, phosphorus, selenium and zinc than the white.
🔹 The yolk contains the choline, which is important for brain development, liver & nervous system function, energy levels, & a healthy metabolism. --
So which would you go with? —
I personally love eating the whole egg 🥚 .
Credit to owner!! Thank you👑💚
Whipped this up for dinner after getting some bulk sustainably sourced meat from our local butcher late this afternoon.
Lamb marinated in organic garlic, Cumin oil, EVOO, lemon juice, Celtic sea salt, coriander and fresh mint, served on grain/ gluten/ egg free flatbreads with salad, pomegranate and mint macadamia feta and fresh mint.
GOING GOUSTO! 🙌🏻👏🏼 Last week I received my first @goustocooking box! The box had 3 meals for 2 people all chosen for being gluten free AND coeliac friendly. It includes everything from stock to herbs. We’ve made all 3 dishes all of which were delicious! This was the #Thaigreencurry and it was incredibly tasty! If you’re short on time or hate too cook give one of these a go! Learning recipes with their easy instructions is way better 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻
Turmeric latte 💛
Turmeric is a powerful anti inflammatory spice.
5 ways to incorporate it into your diet:
1. Turmeric latte (there is a recipe on my website)
2. Add it into your scrambled eggs
3. Add it into your favourite homemade curry
4. Add it to your cauliflower fried rice (recipe on my website)
5. Add it to your dhal (recipe on my website) •
I love cooking with this powerful ancient spice, hence it featuring in a lot of my recipes! Let me know how you get on incorporating it into yours! •
MYTH #3 “Added salt is bad”
Short answer to this, no. Long answer of course will factor in the quality of the salt thats being used. What you don’t want is refined white salt, the ‘iodised’ salt or packaged foods that are high in sodium. What you do want is natural celtic sea salt or himalayan rock salt as these provide us with added electrolytes that are required for muscle and nerve conduct, heart function, hydration and fluid balance - a natural gatorade. Water follows salt, so by adding a pinch of natural salts into drinking water can help to rehydrate the body more efficiently. Adding them to foods can help to flavour and enhance the nutrient density of meals. Using salt in this way is certainly not to be feared but embraced. By cooking yourself rather than opting for packaged and processed foods you will significantly reduce the sodium levels, and enable you to add the salt to your own desired tastes, whilst replenishing the body with essential electrolyte minerals;sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate, phosphate. High quality salts can provide up to 60 different trace minerals that are required by the body. So don’t be shy when it comes to salt thats from a quality source. #foodismedicine#salty
Regrann from @daisybeet - Happy Tuesday from MV💜 We have some guests visiting this week, and I made this big salad as part of dinner last night 💯 Arugula with fresh peaches, tomatoes, corn, basil and goat cheese 🙌🏼 Paired with grilled veggies and grilled salmon - perfect meal!
To make the salad (this made enough for 8): Slice 3 ripe peaches and chop 4 tomatoes. Steam 2 ears of corn, let cool and use a knife to slice off the kernels. Chop a few large handfuls of basil. Add everything to a large bowl with a few tsp lemon zest, salt, and a generous drizzle of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Add 5 oz package of arugula to a large bowl or platter, drizzle with a little olive oil and top with the peach/tomato/corn mixture and a generous sprinkle of goat cheese 🧀 - #regrann
Only a few more days until I’ll be at @hepworthwakefield selling all my chocolate goods ☺️ come see me on Sunday if you’re in the area 🍫🍫 Today I’m making my mint range, granola and spreads ready for Sunday! I’ve also got two exciting meetings this morning 👀🍫👀 and a lot of packaging up to do ☺️ hope you all have the best day! Don’t forget to check out the discounts section in my highlights ☝️☝️ and treat yourself this weekend ☺️❤️
FirstMate Pacific Ocean Fish Meal with Blueberries Formula is
made from SINGLE MEAT PROTEIN (95% protein, from Wild Herring, Anchovies and Sardines) and the FULL FISH goes into the food, rather than just the heads and frames.
The formula is also grain, gluten & pea free, rich in antioxidants, low in ash and magnesium. However, none of the flavor gets compromised unlike other “healthier” brands we’ve tried, such that the cats don’t even mind eating the kibbles as treats like in the video above. Amazing!
Follow @cannclover now to get updates and more information on where to get your paws on @firstmatekasikspetfoods in Singapurr.
NUT GRANOLA (gf/vegan) 🥜 this is heavenly 🙌🏽 full of crunchy clusters and maple flavours 😍
the recipe is up on my blog 👀 you don’t have to use the exact nuts on the recipe, just throw in your faves!
save this post for next time you want a delicious topping for yoghurt, or in fact just a whole bowl 🤷🏼♀️
What I love about the slower cooker it’s simple, quick, great for gut health and yummy!!.
This would have to be one of best meals iv made to date. Cooking healthy doesn’t need to boring and long hours in the kitchen.
Literally brown your meat, onions, herbs then throw everything into a slow cooker with bone broth, red wine and tomatoes for 8-12 hours and your meal turns into a nourishing heart warming meal like this. I served my lamb shanks with cauliflower purée soooo delicious 🤤
When you feel like having a wrap there is always a way around the processed option 👌🏽✨ For lunch today I made my cauliflower pizza base, but.....I rolled it out super thin and made it into a wrap! 🌱 It was AMAZING 🤭😋 Inside I put some cooked chicken, avo, tomatoes and some lettuce 🥑 The perfect light, wholesome and clean lunch 😋🌱🙌🏽