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Carrot & houmous roll-ups


200g tub houmous

4 seeded wraps

4 carrots

small handful rocket leaves


Spread the houmous between wraps. Coarsely grate carrots and scatter on top of the houmous, finishing each wrap with a small handful rocket leaves and some seasoning.

Roll up and eat.





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Go Juice Breakfast

GO Juice Breakfast is a sweet refreshing excellent morning juice, rich in antioxidants and carotene - that sets you off on the right note for a busy or hectic day. A favourite with children this stimulating tonic provides you the perfect lift at any time of day.


  • Orange

  • Carrot

  • Ginger

  • Lime

  • Pineapple







Zesty salmon with roasted beets & spinach

Prep:10 mins

Cook:1 hr


4 small fresh beetroots, about 200g

1½ tbsp rapeseed oil

1 tsp coriander seeds, lightly crushed

2 skinless salmon or trout fillets

2½ small oranges, zest of 1 and juice of half

3 tbsp pumpkin seeds

1 garlic clove

1 red onion, finely chopped

4 handfuls baby spinach leaves

1 avocado, thickly sliced

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Green fritters


140g courgettes, grated

3 medium eggs

85g broccoli florets, finely chopped

small pack dill, roughly chopped

3 tbsp gluten-free flour or rice flour

2 tbsp sunflower oil, for frying


Squeeze the courgettes between your hands to remove any excess moisture, or tip onto a clean tea towel and twist it to




GO Juice! Detox juices are packed full of essential antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients missing from our daily diet, found only in raw 100% fresh fruit and vegetables. Antioxidants play a key role in preventing cell damage caused by Free Radicals and prevent signs of ageing. 


If making your own, stick as closely to the 80/20 vegetables to fruit ratio.  However, the more veggie based, the better as fruit contains sugar.  Find out some of our juice recipies and generate some liquid health for yourself!









For those seeking to shed a few pounds drinking an increased amount of water will aid during this process as it naturally reduces your appetite. A lot of people confuse feeling thirsty with feeling hungry so they eat when their body wants them to drink something. When you're dehydrated, fat cells become harder to break down and so anyone actually trying to diet will find it a lot harder if they don't drink very much. Water also plays an important role in supporting the heart. As the hardest working muscle of all it needs a lot of water to keep it going at full speed. When you get dehydrated your blood gets thicker so the heart has to work even harder. Foods high in water content include: Lettuce-96% Cucumber-94% Tomatoes-93% Broccoli-92% Carrots-90% Watermelon-90% Grapefruit-88%





Lemon is a powerful antioxidant with a rich amount of vitamin C. Lemons help fight the formation of free radicals known to cause cancer. Lemon is an excellent iron absorbing source. Pairing foods that are high in vitamin C with foods that are iron-rich will maximize the body's ability to absorb iron. Foods that are high in vitamin C and other antioxidants can help the immune system and battle germs that cause a cold or flu.




Olive oil

Olive oil is rich in antioxidants, especially vitamin E, long thought to minimize cancer risk. Among plant oils, olive oil is the highest in monounsaturated fat, which doesn’t oxidize in the body, and it’s low in polyunsaturated fat, the kind that does oxidize.

Recent studies indicate that regular consumption of olive oil can help decrease both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

It has been demonstrated that a diet that is rich in olive oil, low in saturated fats, moderately rich in carbohydrates and soluble fiber from fruit, vegetables, pulses and grains is the most effective approach for diabetics. It helps lower “bad” low-density lipoproteins while improving blood sugar control and enhances insulin sensitivity.

A high consumption of olive oil appears to improve bone mineralization and calcification. It helps calcium absorption and so plays an important role in aiding sufferers and in preventing the onset of Osteoporosis.

Leafy Green

Leafy greens such as cabbage, broccoli, spinach and kale are powerful antioxidants that cleanse the entire body. Increasing your intake of leafy greens is a great way to improve overall health. #healthyeating




Get busy, Get creative, Get healthy... 

through our range of delicious alternative recipes that provide all the nutrition you need with only half the calories!

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Spiced black bean & chicken soup with kale

Prep:10 mins

Cook:15 mins


2 tbsp mild olive oil

2 fat garlic cloves, crushed

small bunch coriander stalks finely chopped, leaves picked

zest 1 lime, then cut into wedges

2 tsp ground cumin

1 tsp chilli flakes

400g can chopped tomatoes





Greek Yogurt with Oranges & Mint

6 tablespoons fat-free Greek yogurt

1 1/2 teaspoons honey

1 large orange, peeled, quartered and sliced crosswise

4 fresh mint leaves, thinly sliced


Add oranges, honey, and mint to plain yogurt and you have yourself a healthy and delicious treat for under 200 calories.




What goodness goes into our juices?

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