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Cut the Junk

Cutting out processed food will make a substantial difference to your diet and will also spur on weight loss. Many food manufacturers like to hide behind statements like Fat Free, Low Carb, Vitamin this that and the other; when actually they contain a lot more bad stuff. Buying fresh organic produce will help you get the most nutrients out of your food. Go natural, your body will thank you for it.

Fruit & Veg

Leading on from no junk – make sure you are getting at the very least your five-a-day. You will receive the best sustenance from the food that mother nature provides for you.

White Meat

Think: Put Red to Bed, White is Light! White meat is generally considered as ‘light’ meat – it is leaner and less fatty then red meat. You don’t need to completely cut red meat out of your diet – although it could be a good idea to limit the amount you eat.


Nuts are a very good natural source of unsaturated fattyacids, Omega free, Fiber and Vitamin E! If you’re not a big fan of nuts you can always crush them and put them in a fruit salad or a bowl of cereal.


It is recommended we consume a minimum of 2 Litres of water a day. Think of it as fuel to keep your body working. It is so important to keep yourself hydrated. Dehydration can lead to many health complications and leave you feeling weak and light-headed.

Love BWC xoxo