As promised I started the 3week : 3day challenge this morning! Yes as soon as I got up this morning it was down to business. I decided to split my workout up into sets:
• 25 sit ups
• 8 push ups
• 25 sit ups
• 8 push ups
• 25 sit ups
• 10 push ups
• 25 sit ups

REMEMBER!! You don’t have to do your daily workout routine all at the one time, you can break it up over your day as you please, this is just easier for me as the morning before work is the most time I have in the day! For example you could do 50 sit ups in the morning, 13 push ups at lunch, 50 sit ups at dinner and 13 push ups in the evening. Do what suits you best, you will still reap the same results! Designing your workout plan to suit your timetable is essential in order to help you stick to the plan and not miss a day!

Don’t forget to take the stairs at any chance you get today, that ELEVATOR IS YOUR ENEMY! 🙂 Lucky for me I work on the fifth floor of a very big building, all the more walking!

Get in those pints of lemon water too! They will leave you feeling energised , rejuvenated and it is a great alkaline booster, improves digestion, cleanses your liver, boosts your immune system, helping to fight infections and provides the body with antioxidants.

I was running a little late this morning with my new routine in place so may not of drank my morning pint of lemon water but there’s always the rest of the day to squeeze it in! Its never to late! If you haven’t started already you always can now! 🙂

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3 Week: 3 Move Challenge

So Im on work placement for college for the next 14 weeks so I’m going to be busy everyday of the week! However I seen this 3 Week: 3 Move Challenge and I do love a challenge!

Lauren Conrad recently posted about this 3 Week: 3 Move Challenge and so I decided sure why not give it a go!

The Challenge involves completing 3 simple moves everyday for 3 weeks:

• minimum 100 ab crunches
•minimum 26 push ups
take the stairs instead of the elevator

To add to this try drinking a pint of lemon water before each main meal of the day (breakfast, lunch, dinner), everyday for three weeks too! This will help help you detox your body along with many other health benefits.

Doesn’t seem too hard .. Right? ?
…well I’ll keep you posted on how its going, day one starting tomorrow!
Why don’t you give it a try with me!?

Raspberry Nectarine Smoothie

Gluten Free Girl in a Gluten Filled World


Here is another one of my smoothie recipes, as I am a smoothie lover! It is quick and simple, and incorporates some of my favourite fruits. Smoothies are a great way to get fruits as well as vegetables into your diet, Enjoy!

What You’ll Need: 

1 nectarine

1 cup raspberries

100g vanilla yogurt ( I used greek for the extra protein) 

approx. 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk 

1/2 banana

1. Blend all ingredients togethers, pour into a glass and enjoy!


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Desserts that won’t add inches to your waist!

Desserts are always the culprit when it comes to eating a balanced diet as it associates with dishes that are high in fat, sugar and calories . However, we did a little bit of research and we came up with the idea that eating nutritious dessert with low calories is possible.

Above all , the important thing is that we not only provide low calories desserts , but also , we ensure they are full of nutrients and low in calories to  justify a sweet dish . Vitamins , minerals, fiber and low calories we offer you with the following desserts :

1- Oranges with chocolate and pistachios : This preparation provides about 200 calories per serving. However, it is not empty from calories but it has vitamin C as it is a derivative from oranges, with lots of water and fiber, in addition to healthy fats derived from pistachio…

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