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Me and my food…

I love food! Me and food have always had a bit of a love/hate relationship though and I thank my skin therapy for keeping me on track with a, now, healthy relationship.

It was really important to me when I was embarking on pulling together my U and your skin signature facial development, that Nutrition featured heavily, since this aspect has really helped to get my Acne under control.

I love to share my tips of nutritional knowledge, often coming from my own personal experiences, as well as working closely with an amazing Nutritional therapist who holds an MSc in Nutritional medicine.

Often my clients will ask me though ‘What do you eat Louise? I need some ideas’. So here goes a couple of days of my food diary 🙂 Remember this is just what personally works for me you should always consult your GP or Nutritional therapist before you make any drastic changes to your diet.

Breakfast: large mug of hot water with Lemon and fresh ginger, Poached or boiled egg, 1/2 an Avocado, wilted Spinach on rye toast, green smoothie (Kale, Spinach, kiwi, maca powder, chia, sunflower and pumpkin seeds blended with water and a little Almond Milk) drank on my walk to Norwich skin lounge.

Mug of TeaPigs Matcha tea when arrive at work.

Mid Morning snack: Handful of BlueBerries and Almonds.

Lunch: ( I tend to snack on my lunch throughout the afternoon between clients) 1/2 tin of tuna with a green salad, olives and seeds.

Supper: Vegetable Chilli, Quinoa with peas, steamed broccoli. Followed by a small bowl of BlueBerries with 0% Greek yoghurt and flaked Almonds.

Breakfast: large mug of hot water with Lemon and fresh ginger, Homemade Granola (loaded with Nuts and seeds) with Coconut yoghurt and berries. Green smoothie and Matcha tea as above.

Snacks: Ryvita with Nut butter.

Lunch: Homemade red pepper hummus with crudités and a homemade falafel.

Supper: Chicken tagine with peppers and Kale.

Drinks: At least 1.5 litres of water, Nettle, Camomile, Green Tea the occasional Earl Grey with steamed Soya milk or skimmed milk Cappuccino 🙂

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