Thinking of becoming a Ditch the Diet member? So what's it really like to be a member of Ditch the Diet? Find out in today's bonus episode featuring member Kate Mantle 😊 Listen on iTunes or Spotify for free: Listen on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-id1274428922… Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5HvMqlyyMvnvGi9Lh06e0R… This short 15-minute episode might just change your mind about joining before we close to new members on Friday!🚪 Find out what Kate had tried before, why she thinks they failed and what was different about Ditch the Diet. The Academy closes this Friday for the remainder of 2018, reopening in January. You can still join here: https://www.ditchthedietacademy.com/dtd-academy

1 cup walnuts1 cup oat flour (just blitz some oats in a food processor)1/8 cup brown sugar or coconut sugar2 ripe bananas2 eggs1 tsp baking powderbanana chips for decoration Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celcius (Gas Mark 6)Place the walnuts into a food processor and blitz into a paste. Then, add the bananas and blitz again until mixed. Add the eggs, sugar, oat flour and baking powder to the mixer and mix throughLine a muffin tin with 6 muffin liners and pour the mixture evenly into each section. Add a dried banana chip or a walnut half to the top of each one. Bake in the oven for 18-20 minutes or until golden brown. Insert a skewer into one of the muffns - if it comes out clean, they're ready. 

Join Rachael for an 'Inspiring Stories' episode as she speaks to Mental Health Campaigner, author and public speaker Hope Virgo about her recovery from anorexia, and her mission to improve access to services for those suffering from eating disorders. Hope discusses her #DumpTheScales campaign in which she raised a petition to call on the Government to review eating disorder guidelines so that more people can get access to the services and help that they need. Hope also tells her story, including her struggles with anorexia, her recovery and also her relapse in 2016. Please sign the petition here: https://www.change.org/p/eating-disorders-are-not-just-about-weight-dumpthescales Hope's Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Hopevirgoauthor/ Hope's website: www.hopevirgo.com

How to change your life. In this week's episode of The Ditch the Diet Podcast, Rachael talks about the reasons why she had to make the decision to drop out of university earlier this month, and the impact that it has had on her life. In particular, Rachael talks about: The decline in her mental health that resulted in her decision The ability to listen to your gut when making big decisions in your life What to do if you know something isn't making you happy How to go about making big decisions that will change your life in a big way To learn more about the Ditch the Diet Academy, go to: https://www.ditchthedietacademy.com/dtd-academy Follow The Ditch the Diet Academy on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Download your free 'How to Quit Yo Yo Dieting' Ebook here: www.ditchthedietacademy.com Listen to last week's episode of the podcast

Is a Plant-Based Diet Better for You? Listen to Part 1 - Click Here In this week’s episode, Rachael talks to the Plant Power Doctor, Dr Gemma Newman. Listen as Rachael and Gemma talk about: The health benefits of eating a more plant-based diet Do you need to eat a fully plant-based diet (vegan) to get these health benefits? The connection between a plant-based diet and reduced risk of CVD, Type 2 Diabetes, autoimmune disease, lowered blood pressure. How eating a plant-based diet could improve IBS symptoms, improve inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and increase your longevity. How to dramatically reduce your risk of chronic disease The benefits of eating soy products (and why you shouldn’t fear them) How eating a plant-based diet could reduce your risk of cancer, and why Should we eat meat replacement products? Are they healthy? How to get

1 white onion (diced)2 cloves garlic (minced )300 g cooked prawns150 g green beans (trimmed)1 small cauliflower (florets)60 g cashew nuts2 sticks cinnamon10 curry leaves1-2 red chillis (sliced thinly)1 tsp ground turmeric2 slices lemon rind1 tin coconut milk (approx 400-440ml)2 tablespoons olive oil In a large saucepan, heat the olive oil over a medium heat and cook the onions until they start to become see-through and slightly browned on the edge (around 3-4 minutes). Then add the garlic and stir through for around another minute. Then, add the prawns, cauliflower, turmeric, cinnamon sticks, curry leaves, red chilli, cashew nuts and lemon rind. Keep stirring for another 1-2 minutes to allow the flavours to come out. It should smell AMAZING by this point. Add the green beans and coconut milk and reduce the heat to a simmer. Simmer for 10-15 minutes to make sure

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