Q&A with Anjhe Mules, creative director at Lucas Hugh

by Laura Gomersall,

In 2010 Anjhe Mules founded Lucas Hugh and creates designer female sportswear that not only looks good inside and outside the gym but is also versatile, functional and eye-catching.

We asked Anjhe some questions to find out a little more about her healthy lifestyle and summer body advice.

What are your top 5 tips for health and wellness?
1. Good quality sleep and being at peace
2. Fresh good quality food and lots of water on regular basis (standard!) 
3. Exercise – a mix of cardio, resistance and stretching or walking
4. Having fun
5. Getting out in the fresh air and sunshine 
What does your daily diet include?
When I am working out, which is about 5 days a week and a mixture of cardio and resistance 
training, I try to eat some protein with every meal and lots of fresh salads and vegetables. On 
the days I am not working out I generally try to eat vegetarian, including fresh salads and juices and 
Are you a fan of juicing? 
Absolutely, I think it’s a great way to pack in lots of nutrition in addition to eating healthy meals, 
especially while travelling. 
Who is a typical Lucas Hugh woman?
She is someone who appreciates that working out is part of her life, and because she is 
interesting, smart and on the pulse she needs clothes to reflect that. She is also busy and 
requires more versatility from her gym wear. She needs clothes that can transcend the treadmill to 
meeting someone for lunch or stopping at a store. 
Do you have any health role models?
Not really, I follow lots of fit people on Instagram!
What's your number one tip to get 'summer body' ready?
Eating well! A three-day juice detox is a great start. I find it resets my metabolism and 
following on from it I am more aware of what I eat. Exercise is part of my life throughout the 
year but sometimes I step it up before a beach holiday.

Have you tried... Baobab?

by Rosie Guest, , link

Baobab fruit contains fourteen essential vitamins and minerals. It is almost fifty percent fibre and has one of the highest antioxidant capacities of any fruit in the world. This gives it an amazing range of benefits, from helping with energy metabolism to improving skin health. 

Baobab fruit dries naturally on the branch. It is then harvested, the seeds are removed and sieved to produce a delicious, nutrient desnse, powder, which tastes a little bit like sherbet!


It's a great healthy alternative to sugar. We at Radiance love to add it to our smoothies. Here's one of our favourite recipes:

3 tsp of baobab powder

8 oz of cashew or almond milk

1 banana

1 cup of berries 

Blend all ingredients together and enjoy!

Have you tried... Nama?

by Rosie Guest, , link

Nama has recently relocated and can now be found tucked down a side street in the heart of Notting Hill. It's a great spot for Raw Foodies looking for a relaxed hideout with an indulging but healthy menu. The menu is diverse with plenty to choose from for those who like to experiment with raw dishes.

Top picks include:  

Thai Coconut Curry (see image above)

Cauliflower, courgette, red pepper & leek marinated in a sweet chilli sauce, served with a coconut curry, kohlrabi rice and pickled fennel


Mushroom, walnut, carrot & pepper chilli, served with guacamole, probiotic sour cream, pico de gallo & corn chips

Daikon Ravioli with nut 'cheese'

Slices of marinated daikon, probiotic sesame, mushroom and spinach cheese, fig puree and Asian cabbage salad

Sushi Platter (see image below) 

Kohlrabi 'rice', 'roasted' Asian mushrooms, pea shoots, carrots, spinach, cucumber & avocado, rolled in a nori sheet, served with a sesame dipping sauce & Savoy salad

Had it been the right time of day I would have definitly tried one of the breakfast dishes which include spiced coconut porridge, grawnola and savoury crepes. 

If you're in the area it's definitely worth a visit! 

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