Posts Tagged ‘protein’

Michelin Starred Oyster Tips

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Lifestyle and Beauty

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Oysters are considered one of the world’s most luxury foods. They are low in fat, high in protein and are considered a good alternative to meat as they are rich in iron. Oysters are traditionally served with mignonette – a condiment to accompany raw oysters. Michelin Starred Bohemia Restaurant in Jersey offers a wide variety locally sourced produce, including oysters which feature on the tasting menus. Bohemia’s Head Chef Steve Smith has shared his top tips on how to serve oysters. Now, the world really is your oyster…

The gift of luxury to your body at Longevity Cegonha Country Club, Portugal

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Hotels, Travel

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When most people think of Vilamoura, Portugal, they picture golf courses, a popular marina and a plethora of beaches. And while this isn’t wrong (the area boasts five world-renowned golf courses, a marina that has won several awards and some of the finest beaches in Europe), it’s home to a charming hotel with spa and wellness activities that compliments the Vilamoura lifestyle. Always ones to champion wellness, I went along to Longevity Cegonha Country Club, where she learned the word ‘luxury’ belongs less to material things, but more to your mind, body and spirit. 

5 Protein sources suitable for vegetarians

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Health

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As a body building enthusiast, I am a big fan of eating protein because it’s a vital nutrient for our bodies. It all also helps keep you fuller for longer. But most people mistakenly think you can only get protein from meat. Luckily for vegetarians, burgers and steaks aren’t your only options. So, if you’re a vegetarian, or just fancy a break from meat, read on to discover some great non-protein sources to fuel your body. 

Healthy snacks for those autumnal walks

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Diet, Health

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Autumn is that time of year that screams to be embraced with a run, jog or brisk walk in the fresh air amidst the colourful fallen trees. And if you’re anything like me, a short walk can often turn into a good few hours which means refuelling en route. But whether you are planning a short or longer walk, it pays to have an energy-boosting snack with you. That way you will not undo all that hard work the moment you return home and find yourself raiding the fridge. Getting the right nutrition inside you, means you will be able to perform at your optimum fitness levels. Here are my five go-to fuels that will keep me on track while I enjoy the great outdoors.

Here’s How To Feel Upbeat – Protein Smoothie

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Diet, Food Products

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I like a good protein shake not only to fuel myself post gym, but also as a quick pick me up healthier snack when on the go or during my travels. However, not all protein shakes taste nice or are even healthy. Some are actually just full of sugar and ingredients I don’t have a clue about. Still, I’m always happy to try them out and that is how I discovered the new dairy protein smoothie Upbeat.