Thai Chicken Soup

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Recipe by William Bolt     Serves 3 -4                                                                                                       Preparation: 15 mins preparation, 10 mins cooking. Ingredients: 2-3 chicken breasts 1 tin 425g of full fat coconut milk 450ml of good chicken stock 1 head of broccoli 4 spring onions Grated zest of half a lemon Juice of 1 lime 1 tsp fresh ginger grated 2 tsp […]

Do You Have A Healthy Recipe? Get It Published!

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Would you like to share your tried and tested healthy recipe with FitNet readers? We will publish the best! For meals or drinks, email us the following: Recipe name and the number of servings A high resolution jpeg image of the final meal or drink, presented on a clear background. A full list of ingredients. Preparation time […]

Sweet Potato, Turkey & Vegetable Cottage Pie

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Serves 4-6       15 minutes preparation 25-30 minutes cooking time   Ingredients: 500g cooked turkey, cut into chunks 400g cooked mixed vegetables, cut into chunks 3-4 large sweet potatoes, cooked and mashed 100g cheese, grated 50g flour 350ml stock (approx.), 2tbsp cranberry sauce Spinach, watercress, cabbage, cayenne pepper, smoked paprika, curry powder (any or all […]

Modern Life Skills How To Make A Difference

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By Liggy Webb Many people believe that they don’t have what it takes to make a difference to the world. They believe only people like Gandhi, Mother Theresa or Albert Einstein are capable of making a difference. The truth is, we all have the ability to contribute and make a difference to the world in […]

Why Walking Works

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By Dennis Downey Walking is a wonderful form of natural exercise; simple and effective. We could prevent 37,000 deaths every year by taking a walk. In just a short time, walking can significantly improve a person’s health, well-being and confidence. Walking is the answer to the physical inactivity epidemic – it is the most accessible […]

Sporting Injuries And How To Deal With Them

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By Kiran Sharma Most musculoskeletal injuries occur as people are trying to get themselves into new fitness regimes or as a result of changes in intensity or type of training being undertaken. The following are common errors. Inadequate preparation / fitness for chosen exercise Rather than jumping onto the nearest treadmill and running full pelt […]

From Fat To Fit: Making It Last

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  If you thought you may be stuck with the ‘big-bones’ gene and a tendency to store fat just by looking at a cake, think again. Personal trainers, weight loss experts and sports scientists all over the world agree on a few points: You Can Speed Up Your Fat Burning Lifting weights or using another […]