Relive the exciting 6-day journey of our very own Ash Patel, as he takes on Mt. Kilimanjaro, to raise funds for 'Friends of Kera'.
Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, no. They're fantastic.
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The first time I tried these delicious noodles was at the Natural Food Show in London a few weeks ago. I still can’t believe how healthy, low in calories and filling these noodles are. They have no sugar or salt! This is fantastic. They are quick to cook and can be eaten with a range […]
Today’s post is a little bit different and I couldn’t wait to share it with you. I love food – it is something that excites me and something I enjoy a lot. I hate junk food and unhealthy stuff, but I am a perfect example of a healthy eater who is fat anyway. It is […]
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Over 100 grams of pasta… At just 7.7 calories? That can't be right, can it?
I’ve been trying to get my act together and achieve a healthier lifestyle since January 1st, some weeks have been easier than others due to the trials and tribulations of life but the one things I have missed are noodles! For more details please Click Here
As you might know, I like trying out new things, so when I came across Zero Noodles last year, I needed to try them of course.
Some years ago a friend visiting the U.S. told me they had food with zero calories. I was skeptical to say the least.
I was caught out in a big way on Monday.
I was recently sent some Slim Rice to try—it’s made by a company called Eat Water.
I had read about this no calorie, no carb Slim Rice in the Daily Mail a few days ago, but only got around to getting a bag yesterday.
It’s pretty common as the villi in the small bowel repair so we absorb more food and nutrients than we ever did before diagnosis.
How’s the head? Better than a couple of days ago – then spare a thought for the little organ crying softly somewhere under your ribs.