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  • Shelley Roe's Breakfast Banana Omelette

    About Shelley Roe

    Shelley Roe is the founder & business owner of Liverpool based Company NO EXCUSES NUTRITION. Shelley’s business was founded back in 2012 through her passion for healthy food, fitness & nutrition with an aim to spread ‘Wellness from nutrition’ message.

    She began the business with the aim of helping families to obtain healthy, naturally delicious meals & treats through her own unique recipes & knowledge.

    I am able to provide no refined sugar –based sweet treats that can be posted across the uk and also a variety of healthy recipes & meal plans, whether carnivore, vegetarian or Vegan, that can be gluten free or allergy specific based & are loaded with good nutrition!

    Here Shelley shares with us her delicious recipe for a breakfast banana omelette with cinnamon and greek yoghurt!

    Shelley Roe’s Breakfast Banana Omelette

    A delicious take on the traditional omelette, with added goodness. Shelley Roe’s Breakfast Banana Omelette is great for those early mornings, or for a lunch time snack.

    If you’re bored of your usual breakfast this will surely mix things up delivering energy from the bananas and a solid protein source from eggs.

    A banana omelette can also be a great preworkout snack to help fuel your workout!

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    Prep Time: 5-10 Mins

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    Cook Time: 10 – 15 Mins

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    Serves: 1

    Ingredients

    • 1 Medium Chopped Bananas
    • 3 Eggs
    • Cinnamon
    • Greek Yoghurt

    Cooking Instructions

    1. Chop up the banana into slices and add to the frying pan.
    2. Lightly fry the bananas until they are brown on both sides.
    3. Whisk the 3 eggs together and add them to the frying pan.
    4. Sprinkle in the cinnamon (Optional)
    5. Serve with a TBSP of greek yoghurt
  • Taking Caffeine To Enhance Performance with Gabriel Martins

    Nutrition, Health and Performance Podcast

    Gabriel Martins is a researcher at the University Camilo José Cela in Madrid where his research focuses on studying supplement contamination and the use of ergogenic aids in sports performance. He also works with cycling athletes and competing in both road cycling and mountain bike events.

    On top of that, he hosts the fantastic podcast Fuel the Pedal – which is definitely worth checking out.

    In This Episode We Discuss All Things Caffeine:

    – Prevalence – how caffeine is one of the least used supplements.

    – Dosage – what level you shouldn’t go above and how to control the dose you take. 

    – Efficacy – what sports does caffeine have the most evidence for being effective? Is there a difference between male and females?

    – Individual response – can be ergolytic, not always ergogenic

    – Timing – when do caffeine concentrations peak? Should you take it during exercise?

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  • Do You Need To Take Vitamin K2 With Vitamin D?

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  • Understanding Vitamin D From The Most Recent Research with Dr Daniel Owens

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    Dr Daniel Owens is a lecturer and research in cellular and molecular sport and exercise science at Liverpool John Moores University. He also works as an applied Sports Nutritionist with experience in professional football and rugby league.

    In This Episode Dr. Jamie Pugh Covers:

    – Vitamin D – why is there so much interest in research and it’s use as a supplement
    – Assessing – should you assess, how to assess, some of the potential issues with current methods and understanding
    – Contraindications and other issues – particular focus here on whether vitamin k or any other nutrients should be supplemented as well
    – Recommendations according to latest research – daily amount, daily vs weekly vs monthly

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  • Shelley Roe's Honey Spiced Orange Cake

    About Shelley Roe

    Shelley Roe is the founder & business owner of Liverpool based Company NO EXCUSES NUTRITION. Shelley’s business was founded back in 2012 through her passion for healthy food, fitness & nutrition with an aim to spread ‘Wellness from nutrition’ message.

    She began the business with the aim of helping families to obtain healthy, naturally delicious meals & treats through her own unique recipes & knowledge.

    I am able to provide no refined sugar –based sweet treats that can be posted across the uk and also a variety of healthy recipes & meal plans, whether carnivore, vegetarian or Vegan, that can be gluten free or allergy specific based & are loaded with good nutrition!

    Honey Spiced Orange Cake

    Shelley Roe’s Honey spiced orange cake, perfect for weekend baking, and delicious to say the least!

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    Prep Time: 20 Mins

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    Cook Time: 40 Mins

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    Serves: 2 – 3

    Ingredients

    • 2 ¼ cups ground almonds/almond flour
    • 1 tsp cinnamon
    • ¾ tsp baking soda
    • ½ tsp ground ginger
    • ¼ tsp nutmeg
    • ¼ tsp seasalt
    • ¼ cup melted coconut oil
    • 4 pitted dates 
    • 3 Eggs/or egg replacement – flax seed 1 tsp of flax seed is one egg mixed with x3 tbsp water.
    • 60ml orange juice (freshly squeezed)
    • 1 tbsp raw organic honey/maplesyrup (for vegans)
    • 2 teaspoons orange zest.

    (If you don’t want to use honey/syrup you can replace with a couple of drops of liquid stevia available from amazon)

    Cooking Instructions

    1. Heat the oven to gas mark 4 (180°C)
    2. Grease a round 8-9 inch cake tin.
    3. Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
    4. In a processor combine the wet ingredients until completely smooth.
    5. Mix both dry and wet ingredients well.
    6. Pour into the cake tin and bake for 20-25 mins or until cooked( tooth pick) test by inserting into the cake …if it comes out clean then its cooked!)
    7. Leave to rest for 15 mins once removed from the oven.

    (optional)

    • honey /maple and orange sauce
    • ¼ cup (60ml) freshly squeezed orange juice
    • 20g raw organic honey or maple (for vegans)

     

    1. mix both in a saucepan on a med heat until honey is completely dissolved. 
    2. place your cake on grease proof paper and use a tooth pick to poke holes all over the cake.
    3. brush the top of the cake the syrup and allow a good 20 mins for the syrup to soak into the cake.

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