Posts Tagged ‘healthy’

Happy St David’s Day to all you Welsh people (and people called David, I would imagine)!

Those lovely people over at the British Leek Growers Association sent me a big pile of food to cook one of their healthy recipes, so that is exactly what I did.

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SOMEBODY SENT ME PIES!!!!!!!!

Finally this blogging lark is paying off.

Right then. Pies. Those lovely people at Square Pies sent me a voucher so I could try their pies and then write something about them, because apparently that is what I do now.

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Because it is November and Movember and such, everyone is talking about Prostate Cancer. Awareness is good, be aware, talk seriously about serious issues. Which brings me to sausages. Obviously.

Heck Sausages, who make some of the loveliest sausages out there, have changed their name to Check Sausages to help in the raising of awareness about prostate cancer, in a campaign unashamedly named ‘Meat and 2 Veg’.

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Hey there, you OK?

WOAH! There’s no need to shout!

Whaddya mean I look like I’m further away?

Oh! You mean I look smaller, yeah, I went and dropped 2 jeans sizes with this here fitness and lifestyle changing thing that I was going to write about.

When was I going to write about it? Well, I was gonna start now, but you seem to be a bit over-confrontational about the whole thing.

OK, OK, calm down. I didn’t realise you were under so much pressure with work and that. I’m sorry too. Here, sit down. Feeling better? Good. Can I write about the diet thing now?

Thank you. Sheesh, some people

No, I didn’t say anything. Whaddya mean you heard ‘Sheesh some people’? No, that was just one of the sliding doors on Star Trek. You know, the ones that were a mixture of someone’s shoe and a guy going Pissshh. Yeah, it was definitely that. You need to stop binging on Netflix and get some rest. You look very tired. Good.

HELLO EVERYONE! Welcome to my write up on my nigh-on two months of being incredibly well behaved and awesome, following Ru-Tee Block’s 8-week long The Body Confidence Program.

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Oh, and just so you’re fully aware of the facts before you get a crick in your neck from trying to run away, this blog post does include several photos of me in just my pants. You’re OK with that? You sure? Ok…

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Hi there everyone,

Just thought I’d let you guys watch a little video all about nutrition, especially for kids during the first 1000 days of their life (That’s about 2 years and 9 months, in case you didn’t just use a calculator like I just did). It’s packed with useful info about childhood obesity, swapping out sugar, what you should eat when you’re pregnant or breast feeding. It’s all very informative and well presented. You can tell I didn’t make it.

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This isn’t the video, stop clicking on it. The video is at the bottom of all this well-crafted hilarious blog writing.

Obviously this interests me a fair deal, because I have one of those babies that happen currently asleep upstairs, waiting until I am at my most asleep and comfortable before kicking off asking for milk. I mean, I’m trying to get the other two kids to eat more healthy too, but if I make a fuss about that and they rebel, we’re gonna have riots in the streets, vampire/werewolf marriages, sequels to Mary Poppins, basically Armageddon in a handbag. (more…)

The lovely people at cannedfood.co.uk are a non-profit organisation who exist to promote the benefits and general awesomeness of canned food.
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Not only is stocking up on canned food a sensible precaution in the event of a zombie apocalypse, it’s also cost effective, causes less waste than constantly buying fresh stuff, and there are all kinds of different varieties of things available, from meat and veg to cake in custard, soup to all-day breakfast.

I’m a great lover of canned stuff, mainly because I spent £12 on a tin opener one time and I want to get my money’s worth.

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Hey everyone, it’s time for a video review, and my first ever unboxing video. I know how all you internet people like unboxing videos. Sure, I’m unboxing a box of cereal, but beggars can’t be choosers or space cowboys.

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This time around it’s Freedom Cereals Ltd’s Keep Me Going breakfast cereal, which promises to be healthier and nicer than all the other cereals, despite healthy and nice being polar opposites, as far as any food I eat is concerned.


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