My August Workout Playlist

This is the first post I have ever dedicated to fitness! I chose to incorporate fitness into my blog as it plays a big role in my life and I want to give you all an insight into my day-to-day life.

When I finished college at the end of May I felt a bit lost and honestly it has been hard to motivate myself to workout over the past 2 months. However, after taking some time off I recently decided that I needed to find different sources of motivation that weren’t based on how I looked to get me back into the gym. In my opinion, you can’t beat listening to music when you’re working out so below I have shared 7 of my current favourite workout songs (a mix of old and new songs). 


  1. Mean What I Mean – Aluna George, Leikeli47 & Dreezy
  2. Pon De Floor – Major Lazer 
  3. Dibby Dibby Sound – DJ Fresh vs Jay Fay ft. Ms Dynamite
  4. Watch n Learn – Rihanna 
  5. I’m Legit – Nicki Minaj ft. Ciara
  6. Louder Than Words – David Guetta & Afrojack ft. Niles Mason
  7. Turn Down For What – DJ Snake & Lil Jon  


What are your favourite workout songs? Let me know in the comments below or on Instagram (@neutralsandnutrition) and Twitter (@_NandN_)




Belfast Bites: Raw Food Rebellion

This is a post from my old blog where back in August 2015 I heard through the grapevine about an AMAZING vegan restaurant in Belfast called Raw Food Rebellion.

Raw Food Rebellion is a restaurant that offers vegan, dairy free, gluten free, and refined sugar free meals and desserts (Winning!), and it is located  on the Lisburn Road in Belfast (the opposite side of the road from M&S and on down a bit towards The Chelsea).

Raw Food Rebellion is all about revolutionising how we eat and boy does it deliver.


I had a feeling that Raw Food Rebellion was going to live up to my high expectations and I can honestly say it actually exceeded them. It could easily compete in the healthy eating market in Dublin. In fact, they do the best healthy alternative treats I have ever tasted so far (those Bliss Balls are to die for) Everything is simple yet so creative at the same time and the attention to detail is truly beautiful.



When I visited the café have just opened so they were doing a soft opening to see which dishes are the most popular so there was no official set menu yet but I can say with great confidence, you will not be disappointed with whatever you order.

I was only in Belfast for two days so I stocked up on whatever I could get my hands on. Both of my main meals, I had the detox salad one day and the tacos the next, were just so delicious I didn’t want them to end. I loved how fun and creative the names of the drinks were e.g. “Taylor Swift (Just Shake it off)” and “The Stevie Wonder” (my personal favourite).  Now I was not prepared for just how mouth-wateringly good the desserts/treats would be, holy shit.  I honestly wanted to just clear the shelves and take all of the treats home with me.

I tried the peanut butter cups, Ferrero Rocher bliss balls, brownie and cheesecake (spread over the 2 days just to play it cool and pretend I was not really dying to eat them all at once) and they were all so so tasty, I could not pick a favourite.


2 main meals, a large smoothie and 2 desserts cost me just under £15 which is under €21, pretty damn good if you ask me and absolutely worth every cent.


Raw Food Rebellion is already proving to be very popular so get down early to ensure you get what you want. If you already know what you want you can easily pre order it if you wish. A lot of customers pop in on their way to work to collect their meals for the day, which is a brilliant idea.

Verdict: Clean Candy heaven.

I loved everything about it, the food, the attention to detail, the decoration, what it stands for. Everything. I was chatting to one of the owners, Caroline, and she was so friendly as were the entire staff (I loved how they are called “Raw Food Rebels!”). There is such a relaxed atmosphere about the place. Like I said, the treats were so good I could easily justify the hour and a half drive just to buy one.The only thing I would fault is that they are not in Dublin😦 (Please come to Dublin!)

Now what are you waiting for? Get down and try it for yourself!