So this week’s 5 minute juice with is taking a fitnessy turn. In December I met Lucy, and I loved chatting to her our similar approaches to balance and lifestyle. Lucy was born in Spain and grew up in a combination of Spain, Bali and Australia. She’s a qualified PT, and loves inspiring others to become a stronger and better version of themselves both physically and mentally. For the past four years she has been residing in London with her fiancé and she now offers private or group personal training sessions, nutrition consultancy and a range of fitness classes. Always conducted with humour and patience, Lucy gets great pleasure seeing her clients tackle their fears and exceed their expectations – all whilst leading a balanced life! We caught up on her fitness philosophy’s and filmed a great little ab circuit together for you guys to try.
Dry January is over people, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to throw the towel in on all your good efforts last month. We’re giving January’s Saturday soiree on the sofa a mind blowing shake up, it’s time to #begoodtobebad!
This weeks ‘5 minute juice with..’ interview, is with registered nutritionist Laura Thomas who writes evidence based Nutrition blogs for the Huffington post and is host of the no BS wellness podcast Don’t Salt My Game. She has a degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in Human Health & Nutrition from the university of Aberdeen. She conducted her honours research at the Rowett Research Institute on probiotics and then carried out gut-based research as part of her PhD at Texas A&M University, looking at the interaction of the gastrointestinal microbiome with the immune system. Laura completed her postdoctoral training and research at Cornell University. Laura is based in London and is passionate about practicing, writing, and talking about evidence based nutrition and believes we’d all be better off if we ate more plants. (more…)
Ok, lets talk about juice cleansing!
The Summer I started Goodness Guru, way back in 2013, juicing was hot off the press. Cold pressed was being sung from the high heavens, and I being the young impressionable 19 year old that I was, was eager to to take a sip of the latest craze.
This weeks ‘5 minute juice with..’ interview, is with fellow Edinburgh graduate Ben Lebus who’s created his own foodie tech brand Mob Kitchen. Mob kitchen is a refreshing take on the classic ‘Tasty videos’, where you’ll find a diverse range of naughty and nice recipe videos which all feed four, for under a tenner. This unique concept shows just how inexpensive healthy eating can be and I for one wish it had been around back when I was hosting dinner parties back at uni. Over to Ben to explain a little more….