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The Japanese in London | Anzu restaurant review | Cuts for Him

Apparently, the month of August is counted as summer in London. I guess the weather has other ideas. Well at least for the first two week of August anyway.

I was determined not to allow the gloomy weather to ruin my experience at the new Japanese restaurant called Anzu in St Jame’s market. I wanted to share the experience with my girlfriend whom I invited to join me as she is a foodie too. We got off Piccadilly circus tube station which is the nearest tube station to Anzu. In fact Anzu is less than five minute walk from the station (depending on how fast you walk) which makes it perfect for public transport links.

Seeing that we wanted to have lunch, we got to the restaurant around 2pm and got shown to our seats by a very helpful waitress. As we sat down, I noticed that the restaurant Continue reading The Japanese in London | Anzu restaurant review | Cuts for Him

The magic Pot!

Breakfast fit for a king. This is mine, what’s yours this morning?! Ditch your fry-ups for a healthy pot of porridge with all the trimmings! This right here is a pot full of magic! Here is a quick breakdown of the nutritional value of my breakfast.

Porridge – Made exclusively from Avena sativa or otherwise known to you and I as oats, contains amazing nutrients for muscle recovery and a great source of energy. Oats contains nutrients such as carbohydrate, protein, sodium, fibre, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium so many other goodies. It is also believed that Oats lowers cholesterol levels.

Raspberries – strawberries – blueberries – all low in calories but high in nutrients such as vitamin K, C, fibre, B complex group of vitamins, manganese and many more nutrients. Blueberries by themselves are known to have amazing antioxidant qualities needed to fight free radicals, which damage cellular structure.

Pineapple – packed with Vitamin C, copper, vitamin B6, B1, fiber and manganese.

Natural yoghurt – contains vitamin B12 and B10. Yoghurt also contains calcium, which is good for bone formation, muscle contraction, blood clotting (among other things), and have essential amino acids, which will take care of your protein requirements.

Add a sprinkle of granola for extra crunchiness! Do you now see why I call it the magic pot?

Go ahead and swap your morning fry-up for a healthy and tasty alternative guaranteed to keep your energy levels high during workout at the gym. Remix your breakfast!