Recipe: My Post-Workout Chocolate Shake

Recently I’ve been obsessed with the Chocolate, Peanut butter post-workout protein shake I have been having almost every single morning. It’s a refreshing option for anyone looking to satisfy their chocolate cravings with a hit of some healthy carbs, fats and protein. Well balanced and filling- it’s my go-to post workout shake that refuels me,…

Nutrition 101: Pistachios

Let’s talk about a very beautiful, specific type of nut that most of you food and dessert lovers out there probably know about… Pistachios. They aren’t just a beautiful and delicious nut that makes the best ice-cream, macarons or crunchy topping on a salad, avocado toast or smoothie bowl, but they’re also one of the…

Nutrition 101: Dietary Fibre

Although it’s my favourite nutrition-related topic, quite a few people donโ€™t know the importance of dietary fibre. This is a problem in many countries where people do not consume nearly as much fibre as they should, as itย is important for a healthy digestive system and has been linked to reduced cholesterol, improved glycemic control, a…

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Her!

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, some of you men out there may be thinking- what can I get for my other half on this occasion? I for one believe that nothing is better than chocolates, flowers and a night just the two of you, but if you want some other suggestions of ways you can…

Recipe: Healthy and Quick Acai Bowlย 

In the summer there is nothing better than a smoothie or a smoothie bowl for breakfast! I’ve always loved making acai bowls but recently I got acai berry sachets that are frozen and you can use instead of powder. I tried out making an acai bowl with it since it’s one of my faves and…

I Love Nutritional Science- TED talk

I came across this TED talk several months ago and watched it again today – it is amazing how specific changes in our diets can benefit us and even cure diet-related diseases! As I associate my future with nutritional research I find this video quite fascinating and I think it’s an eye opener to many…