At British Military Fitness, we believe healthy living and looking good isn’t a result of a mad diet, it’s about eating well as part of your everyday life.
That’s easy to say, we know. But now we’ve made it easy to do as well. We called on 24 of the UK’s best food and fitness bloggers to help us put together our downloadable Fit Food Recipe e-Book. Each of them has shared a favourite recipe that can help you toward your fitness goals, improve your overall wellbeing, and tastes great to boot.
If you struggle to eat well during breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this blogger-approved Fit Food Recipe Book as part of our 12 week Fat loss and nutrition programme has you covered. There are even several sin-free snack ideas to keep you eating clean when your willpower is waning between meals.
Influential fitness bloggers such as Fitcetera’s Georgina and Stefanie of StefanieGrace.com have taken part along with other well-respected food and health writers. Cate of Cate In The Kitchen, who gave a breakfast recipe, has her site shortlisted in the Cosmopolitan’s Blog Awards 2015. And in between working with Sports Aid and offering expert nutrition advice via BBC News 24 and The Guardian, Jenny of Lunchbox Doctor contributed a delicious snack idea we know you’ll just love.
Whether you’re looking for high protein, low sugar, or reduced carb, it’s all here. Think light bites like salted caramel popcorn bars and hearty-meets-healthy evening meals such as slow-cooked lamb with pomegranate quinoa.
The best bit? Because you can start your BMF Nutrition programme right now, you’ll be able to immediately produce meals that do you good and assist your body goals. You can read it on a tablet or phone too, so it’s super simple to take into the kitchen with you when you fancy cooking up a healthy storm.
Should you pair the book with an exercise regime, such as several British Military Fitness sessions, don’t be surprised if you drop a jeans size or two. Good health, good food, one book.
If you want a sneak peek at who has contributed recipes, the food and fitness blogs you’ll find in the British Military Fitness Fit Food Recipe Book are: