Lady Gray Recommends- Nutrition with Keli

Keli is a friend of ours who is a Gut & Digestion Nutrition Health Coach! But we know her as the chic, fit, bubbly friend who makes nutritional food fun and sooooo tasty! It’s become the norm in our household to ask “Are we having Keli’s fajitas tonight” or “Keli’s soup”- she’s our very own version of Joe Wicks!!!


✨1 packet of minced beef
✨Half red onion, chopped
✨2 garlic cloves, pressed
✨2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
✨Natural salt & pepper
✨1 tbsp cajun spice
✨2 tbsp paprika spice
✨1 can of cannelloni beans
✨1 yellow bell pepper, chopped
✨1 red bell pepper, chopped
✨Half courgette, chopped
✨1 carrot, chopped
✨6 mushrooms, chopped
✨2 handfuls of spinach


✨Preheat oven to 200c and add all of the ingredients, except the spinach, into a large tray and mix.
✨Put the tray into the preheated oven to bake for approx 20 minutes.
✨Add the spinach and a sprinkle of coriander into the tray and mix. Put the tray back into the oven for the last 5 minutes.
✨Serve up onto your table and tuck in with all of your sides to create your fajitas


✨4-8 wholegrain wraps
✨1 tub cream cheese
✨1 lime, quartered
✨1 handful of fresh coriander, chopped
✨1 packet of grated mozzarella
✨1 avocado, sliced


Red pepper is rich in vitamin C, vitamin K1, vitamin E, vitamin A, beta carotene, folate, and potassium. Vitamin C is an essential water-soluble nutrient for the immune system’s overall health and functionality; an adequate amount should, therefore, be regularly added to the diet.

Vitamin C stimulates the production and activity of the proteins released from the white blood cells in the immune system, neutrophils, phagocytes, and lymphocytes cells, transmitting information to other cells to promote the immune response. Vitamin C increases these white blood cell mobility, productivity, and phagocytic processes that protect the body by ingesting harmful foreign particles such as dying or dead cells, bacteria, etc. The concentration of vitamin C in these cells is much higher than the plasma white blood cells of the immune system. It is involved in apoptosis which is a form of programmed cell death that occurs in multicellular organisms and then removes those cells by macrophages. These are white blood cell that kills microorganisms, removes dead cells from infection sites, and stimulate other immune system cells’ action.

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