FREE Lunch!

Our neighbours, the team at Revolution Gym, will be at WM tomorrow giving away lunch ON THE HOUSE. Get down early to make sure you secure yours in time!


Here is a typical day’s eating that the team recommend to their clients.

Obviously the plans vary from individual to individual, but this can be seen as a good guide.

  • 7am – 2 Brazil nuts, 4 hazelnuts and a probiotic drink

  • 10am – 3 poached eggs on 1 slice of brown toast (optional grilled tomato and mushrooms)

  • 12.30am – 1 chicken breast (cooked in coconut oil), sweet potato, carrots, broccoli and half an avocado

  • 3.30pm – Micro whey (protein shake) or 2 hard-boiled eggs

  • 6.30pm – Baked white fish and organic green leafy veg cooked in organic butter (optional small portion of brown rice)

  • 9pm – Herbal tea and 4 almonds


Building on the mantra of plan, plan, plan, below is a list of some of the foods

that they suggest you should be eating every week.

  • Eggs – contain 6 grams of protein each and contain all 9 essential amino acids.

  • Organic butter – naturally high in vitamin A, it also helps with the absorption of other vitamins, specifically D, E and K.

  • Pumpkin seeds – high in zinc (particularly important for male fertility) as well as loaded with protein.

  • Almonds – high in protein and quality monounsaturated fat, which helps to lower blood pressure.

  • Brazil nuts – contain the mineral selenium which boosts the immune system and is vital for the production of testosterone.

  • Chicken – contains approximately 30 grams of protein per breast.

  • Blueberries – high in vitamin C and antioxidants.

  • Bananas – really high in potassium, which helps to regulate blood pressure.

  • Sweet potato – our personal favourite vegetable. It’s as slow releasing in terms of energy as oats, and is packed full of fibre and vitamins.

  • Avocado – contains monounsaturated fats that help lower the cholesterol, and has high levels of fibre so you feel fuller for longer.

  • Broccoli – packed with vitamin C, which aids with iron absorption. Also high in fibre, which can help to reduce cholesterol.

See you tomorrow, WM x