Easter is so much more than chocolate, but the sweet treats can be a big part of the celebrations. When leading a healthy lifestyle, Easter definitely adds to temptation! But, do you know how many calories you are really consuming? Starting small, the Malteser easter bunny contains 156kcalories. Cadbury mini eggs 90g contains 444calories. A Lindt chocoalte bunny 200g contains 1080 calories and the Nestle Kickkat easter egg and chocolate 240g contans 1338kcal.
Hello, Easter holidays! Are you heading abroad? Or simply enjoying time as a family at home. The Trainers have written a few tips to enjoy a healthy happy Easter half-term. As half term approaches, I know from my clients’ that this can often be a difficult time as exercise routines go out of the window but, instead it is a great opportunity to spend time with the family. After all, holidays are about indulgence, whether that’s the delicious food or relaxing on the beach or roaming a new city – it’s only right to treat yourself.
Salads can often become very boring, however, this delicious and warm salad is perfect when opting for healthier meals. Mix it up with whatever veggies you have in the fridge for a delicious, low-fat lunch/dinner. This dish is extremely versatile and can be made with any veg that takes your fancy. By adding healthy falafel, you’ll also be upping your protein too.
Are you thinking of joining a boot camp? Looking to get fit for your summer holidays and want to find out if a boot camp is right for you? The Trainers have written this guide to help you to determin if this method of training will suit you.
Curry lovers! This chicken jalfrezi recipe is especially for you! Furthermore, it only contains 279 calories per portion! Hence making it a great option for those trying to lose weight or for those who are simply looking to eat healthier. The average chicken jalfrezi from an Indian takeaway contains 524 calories (kcal), however, when dining out most people tend to consume a lot more. Pilau rice contains 203 calories, 1 nan bread is 303 kcal, 1 popadom 60 kcal and an onion bhaji is 364 kcal. That’s a total of 1454 calories and that’s without alcohol, which is nearly ⅔ ‘s of your daily calorie intake based on 2000 calories.