Our mood affects what we eat and, in turn, the food we eat has an impact on our state of mind. We look at the relationship between self-care and healthy eating.
We’re here to let you know that snacking doesn’t have to be a bad habit, that’s why we’ve come up with some tips and tricks for bringing healthy snacks to work.
If you’re asking yourself what to do with your leftover granola, we’ve got a few ideas for you to get creative in the kitchen and make some tasty snacks.
As long as you know how to, it's easy to get a protein-packed breakfast. In this blog, we look at protein-based breakfast ideas, as well as on-the-go snacks.
We believe everyone deserves the perfect breakfast - that’s why we’ve put together some overnight oats ideas so that you can get creative with your morning. Enjoy!
We’ve put together some top tips if you’re struggling to find inspiration for sticking with the Veganuary mindset - from trying vegan cereal to meal planning and prep.
We’re looking at the ways you can kickstart a healthy lifestyle this new year. You might still have a load of chocolate leftover from Christmas but it’s time to get out the healthy breakfast cereal and start forming some good habits.
So many people I know start the week with the best of intentions; tupperwares brimming with kale and nutribullets clutched to replace that hastily grabbed croissant. Then half way through the week, whether it’s a couple of meals out with friends, the office biscuit tin lurking temptingly or hectic schedules they find themselves stressed and not eating or feeling their best.
Health and wellness is an important and complex subject and is forever changing with the times. It seems that unless you’re monitoring the various healthistas on Instagram 24 hours a day, it’s hard to keep up with the latest ‘superfood’ or diet plan on the market. At Spoon we love to dip in and out of these accounts and read up on all the latest news – it’s weirdly addictive.
Pippa Murray created Pip&Nut job to improve the runner’s world - one nut butter spoon at a time. Pip is a runner and in the beginning she made Pip&Nut nut butter just for herself - to put on a morning porridge for an energy boost to be precise. Fast forward, Pip’s butters are popping up all over London, including our breakfast plates.