Eat, Sleek, Repeat Nutrition Plan

28 November 2018

Eating well consistently is the key to better, sustainable body results. Change doesn’t have to be hard. That’s why we asked Sarah Grant of Gut Reaction to help us design Eat, Sleek, Repeat a targeted yet super simple nutritional programme, which is easily incorporated into daily life and family cooking. It will be available on our Sleek Technique site in January but here is a little taste of what it is about and a sneak preview recipe to try!

●  Boost energy and feel reinvigorated

●  Be supported in building lean muscle, so you feel stream-lined, strong and sculpted

●  Refocus on healthy eating habits and get excited about some nourishing and clean, simple but inspiring new meal ideas

The recipes have been designed with these core principles in mind:

● A ‘real food’ philosophy
● High nutrient density
● Blood sugar balancing
● Good quality, lean proteins
● Healthful fats e.g. avocado and nuts
● Low starchy carbohydrates (different to no carbs) ● Gluten-free and minimal dairy

● Easy to prepare – 15 to 20 minutes max

SARAH’S VEGAN CHICKPEA AND COCONUT CURRY

INGREDIENTS (serves one)

● 1tbsp coconut oil
● 1⁄2 red onion – chopped
● 1 medium tomato – chopped
● 60g(2oz) baby spinach
● salt + pepper
● 80g(3oz) chickpeas (drained from tin) ● 1 clove garlic
● 2tsp garam masala
● 1⁄2tsp curry powder and 1⁄4tsp cumin ● 100mls(1⁄2cup) coconut milk
● 1tsp cornflour
● 1 small lime

METHOD

● Heat 1tsp coconut oil over high heat in a pan and add in the onions and tomatoes

● Grind some sea salt and ground black pepper over the mixture and stir together

● Lower heat to medium and allow to cook down for about 10 minutes

● Add in the chickpeas, garlic, garam masala, curry powder and cumin, and stir then add in the coconut milk and stir

● Add in the flour which helps to slightly thicken the curry

● Bring the curry to a boil, throw in the spinach leaves then reduce to medium-low to simmer for 10 to 12 mins

● Remove the curry from the heat and squeeze a fresh lime lightly over the curry, allow to cool and serve

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