They are high in protein and will leave you full and satisfied. Re-Nourish - Tamin Jones
A sweet but strong pale ale in a 18 cl small bottle meant to gulp in three sips while standing in the shower getting ready for the night.
Two Swedish companies have joined forces to create the first ever shower beer.

Whether you’re unwinding after an arduous day at the office or getting ready for a night on the town, enjoying an ice-cold tipple as you primp and preen is one of life’s little pleasures.

The Starbucks Unicorn frappe was a hit during the height of the rainbow food trend
2017 was the year that brought us Salt Bae, Prosecco-flavoured everything and more vegan options than ever.

But while those viral food trends are here to stay, other much weirder fads are bound to be consigned to history.

Giving up booze for Dry January Here's some advice from the experts - Rikki Snydernyt
On New Years Day , most people are cleaning up the champagne glasses, popping Advil and pouring themselves a big glass of Hair of the Dog.

Meanwhile, I'm swapping the wine and beers in my fridge for sodas and sparkling water, and getting ready for my annual Dry January detox

They are high in protein and will leave you full and satisfied. Re-Nourish - Tamin Jones
These pancakes are a healthy dessert item and can also act as a great breakfast option – they are high in protein and will leave you full and satisfied.

Broccoli contains many nutrients, including fibre, vitamins C and K, iron and potassium. The Independent
“I'm a big fan of a healthy fry-up and I often mix up the ingredients, from vegetarian sausages to smoked salmon or tofu, so you can adapt this to suit all tastes,” nutritionist and author, Rhiannon Lambert says.