Photo: Kieran Congdon
Southport is most probably known for its great seaside ice creams, candyfloss and sugary donuts over its choice of healthy eateries.
However a local born company – Eat Elite have now opened its doors to offer Southport and surrounding areas a wide choice of restaurant quality health food to eat in or take away if your stuck for time.
Eat Elite was established in 2014 by Nutrition Specialist Kieran Congdon. His company started out by personalising people’s food, preparing, cooking it and shipping it to homes all over the UK but are now offering the same delicious food from their new premises on Hall Street, near Asda.
The Eat Elite Cafe and Health Centre is a one stop shop for anyone who is looking to make some positive changes to their lifestyle. They offer a delicious menu that can range from Chicken Sausages at breakfast, grilled Seabass with Asparagus or Rosemary & Garlic Steak with Satueed Sweet Potato. Not only is Eat Elite Southports first ever health cafe, its also the first eatery where the menu changes twice weekly!
The founder Kieran believes that a wide variety of food creates consistency and consistency creates results. Coming from a sports science and personal training background working with clients from all over the world, Kieran is more than experienced when it comes to getting results from clients, with some of his previous clients’ results being on ‘The Wall of Fame’ inside the cafe.
As well as healthy food they offer healthy drinks such as coconut water & Aloe-vera water, supplements, protein shakes, green tea, bespoke nutrition & training plans, Lavazza coffee and more!”
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