‘Amazing and vibrant’ healthy eating takeaway reveals plans for opening in Nottinghamshire

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A healthy eating Korean takeaway is the latest addition to Nottinghamshire’s diverse food and drink scene.

Grounded Kitchen will be opening in West Bridgford – in the former Age UK shop in Tudor Square.

The company already has outlets in Leicester, Market Harborough and soon, Loughborough.

Since first opening in 2017, Grounded Kitchen has made a name for itself with nourishing, flavoursome food.

Specialities include spicy peanut buddha bowls, bulgogi chicken, gochujang tuna and the spiciest dish of all Buldak fire with chicken, beef or prawns and a layer of melted cheese on top.

The business says: “We believe great

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Nutritionist reveals four ‘healthy’ foods we overeat every day

Posted on Category:Healthy Diet

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A top Australian nutritionist has issued a warning about four ‘healthy’ foods that are commonly overeaten, leading to weight gain, blood sugar spikes and a host of other complaints.

Susie Burrell says many unknowingly overindulge in dried fruit, smoothies and popped chips, believing them to be lower in calories, sugar and fat than they really are.

The Sydney dietitian, who is the founder of the Shape Me meal plan, analysed the nutritional value of these snacks along with brown rice and so-called ‘healthy’ dips in a blog post for 9Honey’s Coach fitness page.

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A life-changing new book reveals: How to use the science of love to find The One in 2021

Posted on Category:Healthy Lifestyle

Confession: I’ve always hated self-help books. I don’t believe there is a one-size-fits-all guide to being a better, smarter, fitter, richer, happier, more successful person.

I don’t believe in love at first sight and I’m not even sure monogamy is the best choice for everyone. And, like almost all of us, I’ve had my heart broken on several occasions.

Not the classic CV of a love guru then. But I do believe in science. I have a degree in neuroscience and I have spent most of my working life as a health journalist. Over the past 15 years of writing

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