Our Favourite Cookie Recipe

by Olivia Cartwright,

 

As the weather cools and we are spending more time at home, spending more time in the kitchen too. Now we love a healthy treat as much as the next person but even with the best intentions in the world often the recipes let us down. 

In a nationwide clinical study consisting of our friends and family these cookies have been voted the best in the world!

Almond Butter Cookie Recipe:

- 1 cup all natural creamy or chunky almond butter (use your favourite brand)

- 1 cup desiccated coconut 

- 1/3 cup maple syrup

- 1 egg

- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda

- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt

- 1 bar dark chocolate bar chopped

- sea salt to top

 Preheat oven to 175 degrees. Mix all ingredients together in a mixing bowl. No need to refrigerate, roll into balls and flatten into cookie shapes. Sprinkle with a little sea salt

 

Let us know how you get on, we love hearing your feedback. We guarantee these cookies will bake your day!


Radiance Reccomends

by Olivia Cartwright, , link

 

 

Instagram has a lot to answer for but if used in the right way it can be a great source of inspiration and motivation. Here are our top 5 health Instagram accounts that inspire us to maintain a fit & healthy and lifestyle.

1. @madeleine_shaw_ - Madeleine Shaw is quickly becoming a household name and her combination of nutrition and lifestyle tips most definitely keeps us on the straight and narrow. Her recipes steer clear from fad diets or deprivation and are wholesome, nourishing and satisfying.

2.  @_kimberlysnyder - Queen of aryuveda, nutritionist to the stars, Kimberly has a huge focus on glowing skin through the food you eat which we love! Kimberly is a household name in America and no doubt will be here soon too! Great for smoothie recipes too.

3.  @hemsleyhemsley - Our favourite sisters and our go to for honest, healthy, clean comfort food! Long standing friends of the brand and owners of one our favourite restaurants located in Selfridges 

4.  @thefoodmedic - With a podcast, a book and a website under her belt Dr Hazel Wallace is a great reliable source for all things health and wellness. Backed up by science, easy-to-follow recipes, and actionable tips and guides, to help you make informed healthy lifestyle choices.

5. @jshealth - Jessica Sepel has an easy, relatable approach to food and cooking. As a clinical nutritionist, best-selling author and international health blogger, Jess is passionate about helping people overcome fad dieting and disordered eating. A great one-stop shop for some dinner inspo.

We hope you take as much from these amazing accounts as we have! What are your favourites?

 

 

 


Golden glow juice

by Holly Wood, , link

Whether you are looking ahead to a holiday, a wedding or want to feel your absolute best during the warmer months, our Golden Glow juice is the perfect kick-start to a summer of wellbeing.

Aptly named, this energising juice is made up of carrots, apples, ginger, lemons and turmeric root with a spicy hit, and is the perfect addition to help you achieve your summer goals.

We call this vibrant juice our ‘sunshine in a bottle’ all year round and recommend using it as a morning juice or to break up a day of green juices during a cleanse.

To find out more about our range of juices and how they work as a part of a wider cleanse programme, read more here.

 



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