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Health hacks and brunches with balance


Vol. 3 | This week we're loving...

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We found this article about the 'top health hacks you need to know' from Psycle's blog, where they post tempting recipes, helpful health tips and easy exercises. Read the full article here for more tips and tricks on easy health hacks, and start by ditching the single use plastics. Here at Dr Will's HQ we're already making an effort to use reusable water bottles (we love this one). 

Top health hacks you need to know from the 'Psycle' blog
Influencer Mathew Carter is a personal trainer and model with diabetes

Instagram


@mathewlcarter is a personal trainer and model whose Instagram and blog reminds us to not take ourselves too seriously. He's a real advocate for body confidence and as a type 1 diabetic, he's pretty clued up when it comes to refined sugars too. Check out his blog here

Instagram


@mathewlcarter is a personal trainer and model whose Instagram and blog reminds us to not take ourselves too seriously. He's a real advocate for body confidence and as a type 1 diabetic, he's pretty clued up when it comes to refined sugars too. Check out his blog here

Cafe


The Farmer's Mistress is the brand new brunch kid on the block in Battersea. Their menu is filled with fresh, tasty and seasonal dishes as well as classic breakfast options, meaning there's something for everyone. Owner Joanna has a laid back attitude, aiming to create a space where you can eat delicious, well-sourced food and enjoy a cocktail or two #balance. Find their incredible menu here

Eggs royale from The Farmer's Mistress in Battersea
Butternut 'squashetti' from A-list nutritionist Amelia Freer

Recipe


This Butternut 'Squashetti' recipe from A-list nutritionist Amelia Freer is sure to brighten up your day. We can't get enough of the lemony butternut squash combined with crispsy sage leaves. Find her recipe here, it makes for a great filling lunch or a lovely lighter supper. 

Recipe


This Butternut 'Squashetti' recipe from A-list nutritionist Amelia Freer is sure to brighten up your day. We can't get enough of the lemony butternut squash combined with crispsy sage leaves. Find her recipe here, it makes for a great filling lunch or a lovely lighter supper. 


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