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How to make overnight oats

How to make overnight oats

Overnight oats are one of the healthiest and easy to do breakfast you can have. They are gluten-free, hypo-allergenic and have a balanced composition of vegetable proteins and complex carbs, to keep you full and nourished until lunchtime. As the name suggests, overnight oats are […]

Easy Mediterranean Shakshuka eggs

Easy Mediterranean Shakshuka eggs

An easy version of the classical Mediterranean shakshuka recipe, served with some garlic and chili spinach on a side. My mum used to love eggs and tomatoes sauce, and for me as well it has been an easy and yummy quick recipe, for when I […]

Sumac Greek salad

Sumac Greek salad

A nice and fresh tomatoes salad for the summer with taste of sumac, with olives, cucumber and shallots. A tasty variation to the classic Greek salad, that is great as side dish or even on its on for a light lunch. Sumac is a Middle […]

Egg pasta (pappardelle) with lemony walnuts & spinach pesto

Egg pasta (pappardelle) with lemony walnuts & spinach pesto

Protein pasta like this gorgeous egg “pappardelle” is the perfect type of pasta to have with pesto, as it  provides a more balanced carbs/proteins ratio, leaving you full and satisfied for a real healthy gourmet recipe. As you may have read in my previous post […]

3 courgettes recipes for the Spring

3 courgettes recipes for the Spring

I love courgettes. They are delicate, versatile & low in calories. They are easy to find and inexpensive. They are rich in water, and contains vitamins B group, like folates, vitamin B6 and riboflavin, and they are also rich in minerals like potassium and manganese. […]


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How to make overnight oats

How to make overnight oats

Overnight oats are one of the healthiest and easy to do breakfast you can have. They are gluten-free, hypo-allergenic and have a balanced composition of vegetable proteins and complex carbs, to keep you full and nourished until lunchtime. As the name suggests, overnight oats are […]

Why you should hire a health coach

Why you should hire a health coach

Because those changes are hard to make! A health coach is defined as a wellness expert and mentor that helps clients establish healthy eating and lifestyle habits creating tailored and sustainable plans. Then what is the difference between a health coach and a nutritionist, I […]

Easy Mediterranean Shakshuka eggs

Easy Mediterranean Shakshuka eggs

An easy version of the classical Mediterranean shakshuka recipe, served with some garlic and chili spinach on a side. My mum used to love eggs and tomatoes sauce, and for me as well it has been an easy and yummy quick recipe, for when I […]

Sumac Greek salad

Sumac Greek salad

A nice and fresh tomatoes salad for the summer with taste of sumac, with olives, cucumber and shallots. A tasty variation to the classic Greek salad, that is great as side dish or even on its on for a light lunch. Sumac is a Middle […]

Egg pasta (pappardelle) with lemony walnuts & spinach pesto

Egg pasta (pappardelle) with lemony walnuts & spinach pesto

Protein pasta like this gorgeous egg “pappardelle” is the perfect type of pasta to have with pesto, as it  provides a more balanced carbs/proteins ratio, leaving you full and satisfied for a real healthy gourmet recipe. As you may have read in my previous post […]

4 common mistakes healthy people do | part 2

4 common mistakes healthy people do | part 2

Following on from my most popular post on the blog   “the 4 most common mistakes healthy people do” I decided to write another piece, to share with you more of the healthy secrets that I teach my clients. A trendy diet. Whether is Paleo, vegan or […]

3 courgettes recipes for the Spring

3 courgettes recipes for the Spring

I love courgettes. They are delicate, versatile & low in calories. They are easy to find and inexpensive. They are rich in water, and contains vitamins B group, like folates, vitamin B6 and riboflavin, and they are also rich in minerals like potassium and manganese. […]

Lemony spinach, Greek basil & walnuts pesto

Lemony spinach, Greek basil & walnuts pesto

The best of my pesto recipes so far, this lemony, Greek basil, spinach & walnuts pesto, is utterly delicious and absolutely easy to do. The Greek basil, brings a distinctive aroma, while the spinach, walnuts, lemon & extra-virgin olive oil, have great health benefits. Pesto’s […]

3 healthy sweet treats from a health coach

3 healthy sweet treats from a health coach

One of the most difficult things when you are on a diet, or simply paying attention to what you eat, is dealing with those sudden and strong sweet or chocolate cravings. The trick is to have in mind some healthy treats, that are easy to […]

Mackerel, celery, borlotti beans & spelt (farro) salad

Mackerel, celery, borlotti beans & spelt (farro) salad

Ready in less than 15min and delicious, this mackerel, borlotti beans & spelt salad recipe, is super filling and loaded with proteins and vegetables. This recipe is really balanced in its proteins, complex carbs and vegetables ingredients, to keep you fuller for longer and keep […]

Buckwheat, banana & cinnamon pancakes ( gluten-free+ dairy-free + nuts-free  )

Buckwheat, banana & cinnamon pancakes ( gluten-free+ dairy-free + nuts-free )

To celebrate pancake day, I would like to propose a gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, nuts-free, no added sugar, buckwheat, banana & cinnamon pancakes recipe. You can try these pancakes with different toppings, the most classical of them being a few drops of organic maple syrup, but […]

Roasted tomatoes, peppers, thyme & feta gnocchi

Roasted tomatoes, peppers, thyme & feta gnocchi

A delicious, comforting and decadent gluten-free gnocchi recipe. Thyme infused, roasted Romano peppers, tomatoes, olive oil and feta cheese for this rich Mediterranean flavors dish, that will satisfy your palate.   Nutritional lowdown. Potatoes gnocchi have a slightly higher GI than pasta, so they need […]

Roasted peppers and tomatoes soup

Roasted peppers and tomatoes soup

This gorgeous soup, will warm up your winter evenings and bring you a host of Mediterranean flavors. Eating a varied and colorful diet is a great way to make sure that your body receives the cocktail of nutrients to support optimum nutrition, so my tip […]

Sumac lentils & carrots stew

Sumac lentils & carrots stew

A delicious and comforting vegan recipe, perfect for a cosy night in. Gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, this yummy stew is full of fibers and vegetable proteins. Perfect with a slice of crusty wholemeal bread or some quinoa for a gluten-free option.  

Pumpkin & sage risotto

Pumpkin & sage risotto

A delicate yet, delicious pumpkins and sage risotto, perfect for Halloween and the Christmas season. Made with olive oil instead of butter, it is light yet full of flavor. Gluten-free.  A real, authentic Italian recipe that will impress your guests at a dinner party. More […]

Garlic & chili, broccoli, chickpeas & rice bowl

Garlic & chili, broccoli, chickpeas & rice bowl

A nice and easy meal to keep you light and healthy before the festive season.  Broccoli are rich in sulfur which helps the liver detoxification, while chickpeas are rich in vegetable proteins to keep you full and energetic for longer. The rice I used is […]

Walnuts, Pecorino & caulifower mash

Walnuts, Pecorino & caulifower mash

Delicious & low carbs, this walnuts, Pecorino and cauliflower mash is a perfect alternative for this Christmas to counteract all those heavy carbs and sugary foods. It is quick to make, budget friendly and tasty, a perfect accompaniment for all those Sunday and mid-week roasts. […]

The ultimate Christmas salad: kale, beetroots, Stilton & walnuts with a clementine vinagrette.

The ultimate Christmas salad: kale, beetroots, Stilton & walnuts with a clementine vinagrette.

This baby kale, beetroots, Stilton & walnuts salad represents the perfect Christmas salad. Enriched with a clementine and balsamic vinaigrette, it is the perfect complement to your Christmas menu. More Christmas inspiration….  

The secrets to self-love

The secrets to self-love

When we value and respect ourselves and our needs, we move from a place of calm and balance, and we reflect this sense of self into the reality and the people around us. It allows us to draw healthy boundaries, and help us establish our […]

How to cut down on sugar this Christmas

How to cut down on sugar this Christmas

Christmas is only a month away, so there is plenty of time to plan a healthier Christmas this year. The N. 1 danger for the festive season is the excessive sugar consumption. Sugar can make your insulin levels spike up, increases inflammation in the body […]

Easy salmon, broad beans, peas and tamari rice salad

Easy salmon, broad beans, peas and tamari rice salad

Perfect for an office lunch or light dinner, this easy but tasty gluten-free recipe creates a well balanced meal with plenty of proteins, fibers and a modest amount of carbs. The Tamari sauce, (a mild healthier type of soy sauce) and the spring onions add […]

Rocket, walnuts & grana padano cheese salad

Rocket, walnuts & grana padano cheese salad

A tasty and nutrients rich salad made with seasonal ingredients. Rocket is a packed with nutrients, that supports healthy detoxification pathways. Keep it in mind for this winter, it is the perfect accompaniment for those cheese boards and Christmas meals. Walnuts add some crunchiness and healthy […]

Greek yogurt and blackberries coulis

Greek yogurt and blackberries coulis

I am a fan of Greek yogurt, the creamy, full fat version of it. I know that we are trained to think that full fat is bad for you, but even the full fat version of it will only contain 6% of fat, which is […]

What to eat in November

What to eat in November

November is a month surprisingly rich in anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory foods. There is a huge variety of vegetables and fruits to choose from to pleasure our taste buds and support our health. Pears. Surprisingly rich in anti-oxidants and phyto-nutrients, pears are low GI, rich in fibers and […]

Pumpkin, Stilton & spinach frittata

Pumpkin, Stilton & spinach frittata

A recipe that I have created for last Christmas, to be used as an appetizer, and that would like to re-propose for this Halloween. It great to use up all the typical Halloween and Christmas and provide a quick and tasty meal if accompanied by […]

Pumpkin, sage & Serrano ham soup

Pumpkin, sage & Serrano ham soup

A tasty pumpkin soup just in time for Halloween. Pumpkins are not just for decoration, but they are rich in anti-oxidants, to support our overall health. Use them freely in soups, risottos, and warm salads accompanied by green vegetables, like kale, chard or savoy cabbage. […]

Polenta with mushrooms & crushed walnuts

Polenta with mushrooms & crushed walnuts

A gluten-free and vegan autumnal recipe, delicious, super easy to make and ready in 15 minutes! It is perfect for those chilly nights in, when you want something comforting but don’t feel like cooking, and it is a great addition for dinner party, for those […]

Chickpeas & kale turmeric stew

Chickpeas & kale turmeric stew

When we reach the colder season it is natural to start craving warmer and more cooked meals. This turmeric chickpeas & kale stew is comforting enough but extremely easy and quick to make. Rich in soothing spices, this stew is a perfect vegan meal choice […]

Asparagus, courgettes & celery soup with fennel seeds

Asparagus, courgettes & celery soup with fennel seeds

Soups are the best way to add fibers to your diet, manage and lose weight. Comforting and filling they can be prepared in advance and frozen for the your convenience. Delicate and delicious this light soup is perfect this late summer and early autumn time. […]

How to find the time for a wellness regime

How to find the time for a wellness regime

Lack of time is named as one of the reasons for feeling overwhelmed, unable to keep up with a healthy living regime and being stressed. As most of us are going back to the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it is important to find […]

Asparagus & prawns risotto

Asparagus & prawns risotto

This delicious risotto is a perfect for every occasion,from a dinner party to a family dinner. Perfectly balanced in its carbs, vegetables & proteins components it will keep you full for longer and satisfy even the most sophisticated of the taste buds. Ingredients ( serves […]

Feta, tomatoes & olives spaghetti

Feta, tomatoes & olives spaghetti

Some days you need pasta! if you are going for wheat, I would advice you to choose an organic brand, to minimize the exposure to pesticides and GMO. If you are gluten or wheat intolerant, you can choose a gluten-free one and the recipe will […]

6 rules for a glowing skin

6 rules for a glowing skin

Summer is now here, and we have been blessed with a beautiful weather here in London this year. With summer dresses and less make-up, the attention is on the skin. So here are 6 lifestyle tips for a glowing skin. Because a beautiful skin is a healthy skin. […]

How to make basic hummus

How to make basic hummus

Many of you have asked for a basic hummus recipe which is a really healthy choice when it is homemade. It is rich in vegetable proteins, good fats, polyphenols, vitamin C, vitamin E, fibers and traces of many other minerals and vitamins. It is super […]

Fennel, rocket & grapefruit salad

Fennel, rocket & grapefruit salad

Perfect for the summer this fresh salad adds variety and nutrients to our diet. Perfect with fish like a simple pan fried sea bass fillet or as a starter. A good option as a summer garden party salad. Ready in 5 min Ingredients (serves 1) […]

5 common mistakes that can hamper your weight loss

5 common mistakes that can hamper your weight loss

I am re-posting here from my Pilates website, this very popular article on weight loss and the most common mistakes people do. Have a good read through and if you have questions, you can contact me at ASK Claudia or on any of my social […]

Italian chicken & peppers (peperonata)

Italian chicken & peppers (peperonata)

An easier version of the classic “peperonata”, and Italian dish very popular during the summer. very rich in fibers and proteins, this version is slightly easier that the traditional one as the peppers are partly roasted in the oven rather than stewed.  In this way […]

How to make Italian tomatoes sauce

How to make Italian tomatoes sauce

Tomatoes sauce can be used on pasta or to give instant flavor to a host of dishes that might otherwise be bland. It can be added to with beans or chickpeas for an instant “baked beans” feeling, or eggs, meats and vegetables for an instant […]

Chickpeas & feta salad + mint & zataar

Chickpeas & feta salad + mint & zataar

A truly Mediterranean salad ready in only 10 min, perfect for this warm British Summer. Ready in 10 min Ingredients  (serves 2 people) 1/2 chickpeas can ( drained) 1/2 cucumber 3 jewel tomatoes 70 gr feta cheese a pinch of Zataar a pinch of fresh mint […]

Potatoes and herbs frittata

Potatoes and herbs frittata

A very tasty and speedy frittata, filling,  and great to use up left overs. For this recipe I used a non-stick 20cm pan, ( I found an excellent one in Wilko), the doses are for one person as a main meal, or for two if this […]