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Tiffiny Hall’s ‘Glow Bowl’ recipe

  Tuck into this delicious glow bowl filled with healthy goodness by trainer Tiffiny Hall. Ingredients (Serves 2  // Prep: 10 min // Cook: 10 min) ¼ cup mixed quinoa ½ fennel, shaved 2 cups baby spinach leaves ½ cup blueberries 2 tbsp pumpkin seeds 8 walnuts, roughly chopped 2 eggs, boiled, peeled and cut into quarters, to serve ½ bunch mint, leaves picked 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 tbsp yoghurt 2 tbsp water       Method 1. To cook the quinoa, bring 3/4 cup of water to the boil, add the rinsed…

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Glowing smoothie bowl recipe

  Start your day with this delicious glowing bowl courtesy of personal trainer Danielle Bazergy.   Ingredients   1 scoop BSC Organic Plant Protein (vanilla) 1 cup spinach  1 cup kale 5-10 ml chlorophyll  100 ml coconut water  1 large frozen banana  ½ cup ice  Method Blend all ingredients, either adding more coconut water or ice depending on desired consistency Toppings: Strawberries Blueberries  Buckwheat  Shaved coconut  NUTRITION (per serve for the base ingredients) Protein = 23.5g // Fat = 2.2g // Carbs = 39.4g // Calories = 270   {nomultithumb}  …

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Breakfast berry smoothie bowl recipe

  Kick-start your day with this antioxidant powerhouse breakfast bowl.   There’s only half a cup of regular milk in this recipe, which serves two to three people; however, the milk can easily be swapped for low-lactose if desired.     Ingredients ½ cup ice cubes 2 frozen, peeled bananas, sliced  1 cup natural yoghurt  ¾ cup frozen berries ½ cup milk  1 tbsp chia seeds (optional) 2 tsp honey  ½ cup oven-toasted fruit muesli  Fresh blueberries, to serve  Method Blend or process the ice, banana, yoghurt, berries, milk, chia…

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Healthy breakfast bowl ideas

  Muesli can be high in sugar, fat and kilojoules, so we turn the experts to show us how to make healthier options.  “The perception that muesli is healthy may lead people to eat it in larger quantities than is recommended,” says accredited practising dietitian and Dietitians Association of Australia spokesperson Kate Deppeler. Compare energy density (kJs per 100 g), grams of fat per 100 g (especially saturated) and sugars per 100 g. Keep serving size to half a cup – not three quarters as some packaging recommends or the…

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