Being healthier and happier this year doesn’t have to involve drastic changes or any kind of detox or cleanse. It can be easy to set yourself huge unrealistic goals and then fall at the first hurdle, but making one small change at a time will help you to stay on track to having a healthier and happier year. Making little changes here and there is what helped me to lose 100lbs.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without some kind of gingerbread recipe would it? We have taken a simple, but lightened up, cupcake recipe and added our two favourite Christmas spices, ginger and cinnamon, to make some Christmas Gingerbread Cupcakes that the whole family will love.
Whilst we are all for indulging a little over Christmas, it can be easy to take that too far. You can end up starting the new year with 10 extra lbs and you feel like you have to do some crazy detox (you don’t). Here are our tips for a healthy Christmas, whilst still indulging…
Pears are a very underrated fruit, but we plan to change that with this quick, easy and delicious Pear, Pecan and Dark Chocolate Porridge recipe. Perfect for those cold mornings, it has a wonderful sweetness and great pecan crunch.
When we think about being healthy, we think of what we eat and how much we move, but sleep is such an important part of that. Not getting enough sleep can affect your hormone levels, make workout recovery more difficult, and encourage unhealthy snacking. Take a look at our tips to get a Healthy Night’s
There are big changes coming to Hungry Healthy Happy as it is no longer a one person blog and we have added a Home and Garden section and a Family section. You will still see all your favourite recipes and health and fitness tips, but you will now get so much more from this blog….