tuna | Longevity LIVE

Romesco sauce is a classic Spanish salsa that goes very well with tuna and pork. It is easy to make and can be stored for up to a week. Click here to find out how often you ought to be eating tuna. Ingredients: 4 x 200g tuna steaks Olive oil

oat milk | Longevity LIVE

A rising intolerance to dairy, along with more people looking to the principles of the vegan and paleo diets, has given way to a number of different plant-based milks. This is also a fast-growing industry, with Innova Market Insights predicting it to reach over $16 billion in 2018.  The best

turkey | Longevity LIVE

This recipe can easily be doubled to make two portions. According to Dr Josh Axe, turkey meat boasts the following benefits: It is low in calories and carbohydrates but loaded with important nutrients like protein, selenium, phosphorus and riboflavin.  Turkey breast also contains some iron, potassium, zinc, thiamin and vitamin B6. A

chocolate | Longevity LIVE

This protein-packed chocolate pudding is ideal for a mid-afternoon or post-workout snack. It’s also delicious eaten as a dip with apple slices or carrot sticks, and makes the perfect late-night treat when you’re craving something sweet. Serves 1 Ingredients required 170g 0% Greek yoghurt 1 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder 1-2

hummus | Longevity LIVE

The quantities of ingredients here make quite a small batch. I always double the recipe if making the hummus for guests (or for the week), and recommend doing so. Leftovers never go to waste. Serves 4 Ingredients required: 400g tin chickpeas, drained and rinsed 1 clove of garlic 60g tahini

potato | Longevity LIVE

These sweet potato pancakes are all natural, gluten, dairy and sugar free and provide a healthy, filling, nutritious, delicious breakfast. They can also easily be reheated in the oven. This recipe has been extracted from Dr Michelle Braude’s new book, The Food Effect. Click here to find out more about the

chicken | Longevity LIVE

This wholesome chicken soup recipe is for that time of the year when people are starting to sniffle and sneeze and you’re doing everything you can to avoid picking up a nasty cold or case of the flu. Never fear! It is from our cold and flu dossier and makes

muffins | Longevity LIVE

Bursting with sweet blueberries and packed with natural fibre and whole-grain goodness, these muffins are moist and full of flavor. This recipe comes from The Food Effect by Michelle Braude. We recently tried out the muffins for our office ourselves and were pleasantly surprised by the results! Makes 10–12 medium-sized muffins  Ingredients:

veggie | Longevity LIVE

This veggie recipe is a great way to increase your daily vegetable intake without the hassle. Thanks to the legumes, you get some good quality, plant-based protein as well, and the various spices give them a delicious taste. You can also customize these burgers to suit your tastes by adding

There have been differing views on whether or not coffee is healthy for you. However, everyone can agree that nothing is healthy in excess. When we are in the office, we tend to ply ourselves with coffee, and, occasionally, guiltily reach for a cup of tea to try to even