Weirdest Food Combos that taste seriously amazing
Flavour is everything. For appetite control, for satiation and for the love of good food. Flavours that work together well make the difference between savouring delicious food and just eating something "nice". Great flavour combinations are really important in triggering your taste receptors to send satiation messages to your brain. In other words, the more you tantalise your full range of tastebuds, the fuller you feel with less food.

And I'm pretty sure this is the secret to Biting Fit food - I always feel totally satisfied on my cooking without needing to overfill myself. It's all about the flavours. 

The problem we have with British food culture, is that we are not brave enough. We shy away from trying new foods that are unfamiliar. We make decisions about not liking something purely based on visual appeal alone. The same is true for combinations of foods. 

So here is your chance to throw your judgement out of the window, try some weird and wonderful combinations of flavours and let your tastebuds do the talking. They will thank you for it - and so will your waistline! 

Just one thing.....TRUST ME! Try some of these.....

1)  Apples with Black Pepper. 
It just works.

2) Apples with Marmite. 
It's the sweet (and sometimes sour) flavour of the apples combined with the salty marmite that make this work.

3) Watermelon and crispy bacon
One of my favourite combos for breakfast

4) Natural yoghurt with peanut butter
This is a great low sugar pudding or a filling breakfast

 5) Ready Cooked (Merchant Gourmet) chestnuts and smoked salmon with or without sprouts
Chestnuts are a great carb alternative and their starchy flavour goes well with smoky, salty meats such as bacon or smoked salmon

6) Coconut butter/oil spread on toast with marmite on top and dipped in egg.
Coconut & Marmite on toast = heaven. Trust me!

7) Fresh mango, red chilli and Thai fish sauce
Asian sweet, hot and salty explosion. Add prawns and fresh coriander for a meal. Yum !

8) An egg baked in an avocado half in the oven.
Tasty, creamy, filling. Great breakfast. 

9) Plain basmati rice with a dollop of hummus.
It's lovely ! Try it. 

10) Passata with dijon mustard.
A great and immediate sauce for meat, chicken or fish. 

11) Chicken Omelette
Very nice combo - great high protein lunch or breakfast. 

12) Avocado and smoked mackerel pate
Just blend an avocado and some smoked mackerel in a blender for a perfectly complete dip for lunch. 

13) Bamboo shoots mixed with a dollop of Sambal Oelek
Add some olive oil as well. This makes a lovely salad. Tinned Bamboo shoots are fine. 

14) Raw Jerusalem Artichokes with Soy Sauce or parmesan shavings.
This is one of my favourite snacks. The artichokes are sweet and starchy so this makes a satisfying salty snack instead of a bag of crisps!

And if some of that has whet your appetite why not put your name down on the list for my next Get up and Glow 14 Day Online plan launching in June. It's quick and easy, delivers real results and it's FULL OF FLAVOUR !

If you missed this current intake, don't worry, I will be launching the Early Bird at the same special price of just £39 before it goes up to £197 again. So just email  with your interest to reserve your space for the June 14 Day Online Get up and Glow Plan for Really Busy People before it gets fully booked. 

Here's a selection of what my current group have eaten over the last 3 days...

Really hope you will try some of those taste-tactic food combos! Let me know how you get on. Don't forget to just email if you want to reserve your space on the June Get up and Glow Plan for just £39.

Enjoy !