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Last year’s break-out Great British Bake Off star, Selasi Gbormittah, reveals his daily menu from sunrise to sunset – nutritionist Dr Carrie Ruxton takes a look



‘I work out in the morning, so I have either porridge with seeds and honey, or poached eggs with spinach to give me energy. On a Friday I’ll spoil myself and have them on seeded granary toast or brioche.’

Carrie says: ‘Porridge is one of the best starts to the day as its energy is released slowly thanks to the beta-glucan, a type of soluble fibre, it contains. This is also effective at boosting satiety, which makes us feel fuller for longer. Selasi’s alternative breakfast – eggs and spinach – is high in protein, iron and vitamin D for a nutrient-rich meal.’

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Brush up on your #superfoodgoals with our March/April issue of healthy, which explores the truth behind the nutrition buzzword. Get cooking with our round-up of 25 delicious recipes, including chia, matcha and chocolate (yes, really!) based meals. Get to know Darcey Bussell and Lorraine Kelly in our exclusive interviews. Plus, be inspired by our 101 simple ideas on how to change your life now, including how a daily ritual can help you beat stress. Stay grounded with the new digital edition of healthy.