15 Favourite Healthy Weight Loss Recipes
Download my free recipe ebook to get some healthy and very tasty weight-loss friendly ideas.
I created this recipe book as a way for people to find quick, easy, healthy meals that cover all their nutrition bases, help them lose weight, and still taste great.
It’s really important to me to get the message out that women should not be miserable, deprived and eating like rabbits in order to get a body they’re happy with.
There is a better way!
Menopause Food + Fitness Guide
Download my short guide on what to eat for health and happy hormones, tips to reduce hot flushes and other issues, how to keep your bones strong, and the best ways to support your body to thrive rather than survive.
A simple guide to supporting your body and feeling at your best through menopause and beyond.
Women’s Health + Weight Loss
Download my guide to losing weight in an enjoyable and sustainable way – no more yo-yo dieting! All you need to know about nutrition and mindset to create a healthy lifestyle and long-term weight loss success.
Learn how to stop dieting, start losing weight and keep it off for good.
Confused about what to eat to get the body you want?
Hayley’s e-recipe book is a godsend for anyone trying to eat healthy yet satisfying meals.
For starters, there is everything you need: breakfast, lunch, dinner and even tasty treats. All the recipes are shown in full colour and use widely available ingredients. The recipes are both healthy and extremely delicious. There are meals here that the whole family can enjoy and, for me, the best thing is that they are all quick and easy to prepare: ideal after a hard day at work!
This is definitely food for a healthy lifestyle rather than rabbit food for ‘dieters’.Deb
Hayley – what a great book!.
I’ve been waiting for your book for ages as I have been watching with interest your posts on Facebook so when I received it I immediately wanted to scroll through all the lovely pictures and begin my menu for the next few days. Each section is so well thought out and caters for every season and all tastes.
I recommend that people take the time to read your introduction as it simplifies the world of “dieting” so that everyone can enjoy eating. From breakfast (there is no need to have a boring breakfast every again.. even a really Healthy Fry up!…) through to Dinner there is definitely something for everyone here. You have just shown us simply how to put good fresh healthy ingredients together to make a meal that tastes good, fills you up and allows you to indulge just a little so you do not feel deprived.
Great work…. Looking forward to Volume 2!Sandra
When you’ve had a long day at work or looking after the kids, the last thing you want to do is spend more time than necessary in the kitchen cooking up meals.
You want to eat well and take care of your body so you can look and feel at your best, and you want that to be as easy, tasty and hassle-free as possible.
That is the aim of this ebook. The recipes in here are designed to be:
Easy To Make
Packed With Nutrition
Pretty Darned Tasty!
You don’t need to be munching on lettuce leaves and feeling deprived while everyone else tucks into your favourite meal.
This ebook contains 76 delicious recipes that are balanced to give your body what it needs, taste great, and still feel like you’re eating NORMAL food.
There’s a whole variety of options for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, and a Desserts and Sweet Treats section where you can satisfy that sweet tooth and find some recipes the kids will love to make too!
If you find all the advice about protein, carbs and fat confusing, I’ve also included a section at the beginning explaining how I’ve structured the meals to have everything you need, and how you can do that too.
If this sounds like what you need, it’s currently on offer for only £6.99…
Download my Healthy Weight Loss Recipe Book now, enjoy some delicious recipes, and start creating the slimmer, happier, healthier version of you that you want to be.
These are some of my top recommendations for home training equipment, cooking ingredients, protein bars, protein powders and mindset journals.
Just click on the picture (or the link for myprotein) to visit the relevant site and view or buy the item.
Happy training, baking and journalling!
For easy home workouts, this set of dumbells is a great starting point and will open up a whole new set of exercises you can do without having to set foot in the gym. They go up to 10kg each and much better value than buying individual dumbells that can’t be adjusted:
If you get tight hips, a stiff back, achey knees, or more than one of the above, I highly recommend a foam roller. Even if you don’t suffer with any of these things, I still recommend it.
Basically the next best thing to having a regular massage – rolling on this will get deep into tight muscle and help release it. It’s great if you exercise a lot, and also if you sit down a lot too. Either way you tend to get stiff and tight over time. Using the roller regularly on the quads, calves, inner/outer thigh and upper back can be a big help to keep your body in working order and avoid aches and pains later on. This roller comes with instructions, but chat to a physio if you are unsure or have any injuries that need to be carefully managed.
Most things you can get in your local supermarket, but there are a few ‘special ingredients’ that are cheaper to buy online.
Coconut oil isn’t cheap! But it is great to cook with (especially frying at high heats) and this tub should last you a pretty long time:
Cacao powder is a must for making healthy-yet-indulgent chocolatey snacks and recipes, like the ones in my ebook.
It’s basically the rawest version of cocoa powder before it is refined and stripped of many of it’s nutrients. It can be added to smoothies, porridge and general chocolate flavour baking to give a rich, dark, chocolately taste, and a little protein boost too. Goes BRILLIANTLY well with chocolate brownie flavoured protein powder from myprotein.com – 1 scoop protein powder plus 1tbsp cacao = chocolate lover’s dream!
Protein bars can make a great convenient snack, and some taste so good you feel like you’re having a real indulgent treat.
Some are better than others in terms of calories, ingredients, levels of protein and taste. You’re looking for 20g of protein and around 200 calories in a good protein bar. My clients and myself have voted these ones the best.
PROTEIN POWDER AND FLAVOURINGS
I get all my protein powder from myprotein.com, who have a ton of amazing flavours and offer really good value. I recommend chocolate brownie, double chocolate and sticky toffee flavours! Vanilla is good if you’re less inclined to have something really sweet and chocolate flavoured.
Myprotein’s flavdrops and Sugar-free syrup range are worth checking out too if you like sweet flavours without the calories and sugar.
Flavdrops are great to add flavour to yogurt, oats and protein-baking recipes, and the syrups are good on oats and protein pancakes.
Click this MYPROTEIN LINK and use the code HPFITNESS to get 10% off your order.
Musclefood is a great site with so many healthy high protein foods to choose from. They have a huge range of meat at great value, plus some very tasty nut butter variations and almost anything you can think of in a high protein version! I particularly like their low carb wraps (only 70 calories per wrap, plus they’re natural, healthy and really tasty). They regularly come out with great deals to make high protein nutrition easier and more affordable.
If you have never used Musclefood and want to grab a free gift with your first order then make sure to use my personal referral code – HP297203.
Adidas Powerlift 2.0 Women’s Weightlifting Shoes
- Synthetic Leather Upper – Provides lightweight support and durability.
- Air Mesh Sections – Create maximum breathability.
- Outer Material: Synthetic
- Closure: Strap
- Heel Type: Flats, Wedge
- Single Instep Strap – Increases the rearfoot integrity.
- High-Density Die-Cut Midsole Wedge – For lightweight stability.
- Flat Outsole – Creates the maximum surface area to disperse the pressure of weight.