Erith gym opens health bar inspired by caveman diet beloved by Megan Fox and Miley Cyrus

News Shopper: Nemesis owner Michael Teyki (left) with fighter Conor Stewart Nemesis owner Michael Teyki (left) with fighter Conor Stewart

HEALTHY eating in Erith just got easier with the opening of a health bar at a gym.

Highly regarded Nemesis Gym in Erith Riverside Shopping Centre has launched its Health and Nutrition Bar based on the caveman diet, which has proved popular with celebrities like Megan Fox, Miley Cyrus and NBA star Grant Hill.

The gym - which is sending two athletes to the world kickboxing championships in Malaysia next month and five to the amateur Muay Thai world championship in Spain in June – has worked Kent-based nutritionist Gary Hawkins on the project.

The caveman diet consists mainly of fish, grass-fed meats, eggs, fruit and veg and encourages consumption of food high in proteins and low in carbs.

The menu includes sweet potato cottage pie, breakfast burrito and cinnamon sweet potato wedges and rotates weekly. The gym also has smoothies featuring super foods such as spinach, kale and avocado.

Owner Michael Teyki said: “Everything we have is going to be much healthier and nutritionally balanced and will complement the activity going on in our classes.”

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8:33pm Fri 4 Apr 14

chunkybuster says...

Sounds great,got fantastic flyer come through door,telling me everything about launch date and everthing they do! One problem! no address DER!
Sounds great,got fantastic flyer come through door,telling me everything about launch date and everthing they do! One problem! no address DER! chunkybuster
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9:43pm Fri 4 Apr 14

M1CXN says...

Interesting to see that this training centre for thugs and criminals is promoting healthy eating when its "Scores on the Doors" kitchen Hygiene rating is only one out of five possible stars, and the inspector found the place to be "Poor" for for food hygiene and safety, "Fair" for structural compliance, and "Little" in confidence in management. The place should be shut down as it is a gathering place for undesirables, as well as being a health hazard.
Interesting to see that this training centre for thugs and criminals is promoting healthy eating when its "Scores on the Doors" kitchen Hygiene rating is only one out of five possible stars, and the inspector found the place to be "Poor" for for food hygiene and safety, "Fair" for structural compliance, and "Little" in confidence in management. The place should be shut down as it is a gathering place for undesirables, as well as being a health hazard. M1CXN
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