Food

We all know we should eat healthily.
We all know we should eat more vegetables and fruit, reduce the amount of meat, refined sugars, and dairy. However, trying to implement this on a daily basis whilst juggling work, family, and social ties can prove to be difficult.
The media is a constant source of information (some good, some less than helpful) about diets to improve digestion, or new superfoods you must eat to improve brain functionality.
It is a minefield out there, and unsurprising that the majority of people are so confused!
Then there’s the cooking. You may be out entertaining clients, or meeting friends, or coming home late and you’re tired. Probably the last thing on your mind is making something from scratch that is healthy too!
Here at LIFE Acrobat we remove the stress and anxiety that eating healthily can cause.
We do the research and check the facts, to make sure that our clients diets are optimised for their needs and not based on the latest unsubstantiated fad or trend.
We will tailor recipes for you that embrace your dietary requirements, whether you are glucose or lactose intolerant, vegan, or diabetic. If you have no specific dietary requirements besides eating healthily we can create a series of recipes that support your exercise goals.
Each recipe will take under 30 minutes to prepare and serve. In the cookery videos we provide I will pass on the key skills I have learned at some of Europe’s best cookery schools, and provide dishes that millionaire guests have specifically requested time and again when returning to their yachts. I can teach you the tips and tricks to present food beautifully, and offer menu planning and hosting advice if you have a dinner party to prepare, or a catered event to organise.
If you don’t have time to go to the supermarket we can even arrange for the ingredients to be delivered to your door.
Learning to prepare and cook tasty, healthy food is an investment in your future, and the enjoyment and wellbeing of your family and friends.

Women in the UK who have raised cholesterol
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UK Adults who don't manage '5 a day'
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