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Eat well and keep in shape with Body Project

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

24th April, 2016
Gillian Hynes has gone the extra mile when it comes to sourcing tasty dishes

A breakfast of banana pancakes with Greek yogurt and fruit coulis, a lunch of pea and mint soup with lightly-fried leek and onion, and a dinner of tandoori fish with green beans – Gillian Hynes has gone the extra mile when it comes to sourcing tasty dishes for the clients using her Body Project service.

Hynes, who has been a personal trainer for more than ten years, set up Body Project in 2014. The service,...

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