MEAL IDEAS

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BREAK­FAST BERRY SMOOTHIE

Blend a por­tion of berries with a chunk of cu­cum­ber, a small hand­ful of spinach, 1tbsp flaxseeds, al­mond milk and a scoop of dairyfree pro­tein.

EGGS WITH AV­O­CADO

Slice half an av­o­cado and serve with two poached or scram­bled free-range eggs and a grilled tomato or pep­pers.

HEALTHY COOKED BREAK­FAST

Grill one Quorn or veni­son sausage (half a pro­tein por­tion), two large flat mush­rooms and two halved plum toma­toes. Serve with one free-range poached egg (half a pro­tein por­tion).

MAIN MEALS

KING PRAWN STIR-FRY

Cook chopped gar­lic, gin­ger and chilli in a wok with co­conut but­ter. Add beansprouts and chopped pep­pers, red onion and mush­rooms. When veg is al­most cooked, add raw king prawns along with 1tbsp sesame oil and soy sauce for flavour­ing. Serve once the prawns are cooked through.

THAI GREEN CURRY

Make with qual­ity Thai curry paste, co­conut milk, pro­tein such as king prawns or or­ganic chicken, and veg­eta­bles.

BAKED FISH FIL­LET

Top a white fish fil­let, such as cod, had­dock or pollock, with pesto or toma­toes. Bake in a tin foil par­cel and serve with steamed greens, toma­toes and a slice of lemon.

CA­JUN-STYLE CHICKEN

In a bowl, blend pa­prika, cu­min, cayenne pep­per and dried sage. Coat a chicken breast in olive oil and cover in the mixed spices. Place on a bak­ing tray and cook in oven. Serve with roasted veg.

LET­TUCE-LEAF TACO

Cook lean minced beef or Quorn mince in a pan with chopped onion, gar­lic, gar­lic pow­der, dried oregano, cayenne pep­per, salt and pep­per. Add some tinned toma­toes. Sim­mer gen­tly un­til the meat has cooked. Serve taco-style in ice­berg or ro­maine let­tuce leaves.

SNACKS

(IF NEEDED)

• Half an av­o­cado • Veg­etable cru­dités – cu­cum­ber/car­rot/pep­per/ cel­ery sticks – with gua­camole

• 1 palm­ful of un­roasted, un­salted nuts and a piece of fruit

• 1 small tub of plain co­conut milk yo­ghurt with a hand­ful of berries

• 1 small ap­ple, sliced, spread with 1tbsp al­mond but­ter

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