• Coeliac diet tips and recipes: how the stars make going gluten-free look easy

    Actress-turned-health-guru Gwyneth Paltrow has published a gluten-free cookbook, New Girl star Zooey Deschanel is coeliac and fashion designer Victoria Beckham and actress Rachel Weisz have both been known to go gluten-free, raising awareness around the diet. Around 1 in 100 people have been diagnosed as coeliac in the UK and there are an estimated 500,000 undiagnosed sufferers across the country. To mark Coeliac Awareness Week, HELLO! Online have collected top tips and recipes to make going gluten-free easy. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GLUTEN-FREE RECIPES Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham and Zooey Deschanel have all been associated with the gluten-free diet What is gluten? Gluten

  • SoulSaver breakfast bar recipe from Soulmatefood founder Christian Coates

    Christian Coates says: "If you are guilty of skipping breakfast or grabbing a processed and highly sugared breakfast bar then stop right there! This breakfast bar is the only one you’ll ever need. It covers all the bases nutritionally, so there's no need to grab and go with anything else". Health: A complete bar – it contains low-GI carbs, healthy fats and protein, plus a great source of many micronutrients vital for a productive day. Top tip: For variety try including a few drops of your favourite flavoured essence or essential oil – we've found peppermint or orange-flower water both work

  • Flourless chocolate cake with pistachio butter from Soulmatefood founder Christian Coates

    "This is a great recipe for those who suffer from intolerance to wheat or gluten. It's super-moist and chocolatey – a real treat without being too naughty," says Christian Coates. Ingredients - SERVES 8 FOR THE PISTACHIO BUTTER: 70g (½ cup) pistachio nut kernels 50g (2 tbsp) almond butter 1½ tsp honey FOR THE CAKE: 80g (3¼ oz) dark chocolate (minimum 70% cocoa solids) 75g (5½ tbsp) coconut oil 4 eggs, separated 40g (scant ¼ cup) xylitol 25g (1oz) hemp powder 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) 1 tsp cocoa powder Method In a blender, blitz the pistachio nuts with the almond butter and honey till smooth. Keep in an airtight container. Serve

  • Radiance smoothie from Soulmatefood founder Christian Coates

    "Radiate from within with this colourful juice that’s perfect for breakfast. The avocado in this smoothie makes it dreamily creamy and smooth but also adds some much-needed healthy fats. Pineapple offers plenty of tropical flavour while the mint freshens it up," says Christian Coates. Health: As well as delivering plant-based nutrients, avocados offer the right amount and combination of dietary fats, including the monounsaturated fatty acid oleic acid. Top tip: If the smoothie is too thick for you, add a little cold water to thin it out. Ingredients - SERVES 2 1 avocado ¼ pineapple 4 mint leaves Juice of ½ lime 2 Granny Smith apples, cored Method Simply

  • Super-green candy salad with mango and pomegranate from Soulmatefood founder Christian Coates

    "You almost feel healthier simply by looking at this plate of fresh food, but do eat it because it's delicious and oh-so good for you. If you don’t eat meat, then try this dish with tofu pieces instead of the chicken," says Christian Coates. Health: The phenolic compounds found naturally in mangoes can help protect against certain forms of cancer. Sport: Quinoa is a very slow-release form of carbohydrate, perfect for fuelling training sessions. Ingredients - SERVES 2 FOR THE ‘SAUCE’: 60g (2¼oz) baby leaf spinach 10g (⅓oz) mint 10g (⅓oz) coriander (cilantro) 20g (¾oz) spring onion (scallion) ¼ red chilli 25ml (1½ tbsp) extra virgin olive oil FOR THE

  • Sesame black noodles with soy and ginger duck from Soulmatefood founder Christian Coates

    "This Asian-inspired dish is an impressive one to serve up to friends and family. The tastes are amazingly fresh with a satisfying crunch, too," says Christian Coates. Health: Ginger is a potent antibacterial agent and so is great for maintaining immunity. Sport: This dish is high in vitamin B12, which can help prevent megaloblastic anaemia – a condition that would reduce a person’s endurance capacity. Ingredients - SERVES 4 60g (2 ¼ oz) carrots 100g (3 ½ oz) asparagus 10g (⅓oz) red chilli 40g (1½ oz) spring onions (scallions) 40g (1½ oz) baby corn 85g (3¼ oz) raw black rice noodles (340g/12oz) cooked weight) 1 tsp coconut or