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Digital Subscriptions > Healthy Magazine > May 2017 > KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL


Chef Thomasina Miers reveals the food that fuels her day, and nutritionist Jenna Hope analyses the goodness in her grub



‘I have homemade muesli with pumpkin seeds, goji berries, walnuts and hazelnuts, plus rye, oat, bran and coconut flakes, all with whole milk. Sometimes I have sourdough toast with peanut butter, or my mum’s marmalade, too.’

Jenna says: Homemade muesli is a winner, and Thomasina packs hers with proteins and fats to keep her full. Whole milk is good; US research says full-fat dairy reduces diabetes risk. And sourdough has lactobacillus bacteria to reduce phytic acid, which can inhibit digestion.

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Discover your #healthystressbuster of choice in our May issue of healthy, which features one of our favourite wellbeing warriors, Ella Mills (aka Deliciously Ella). We’ve rounded up 21 ways to conquer stress, including food to keep you calm and an exclusive feature on anxiety – take the quiz to find out how it affects you! Next up, give Easter a ‘bake-over’ with our inspiring recipe pages, featuring spelt hot buns and vegan ‘Snickers’ bars. Plus! We ask: do you need female Viagra? And are you born to be fat? Find out more in the brand new issue of healthy.