ULTIMATE GUIDE TO WORKING OFF YOUR FESTIVE INDULGENCE
There’s a reason that gyms and PT diaries are so full in January and it is called a festive indulgence. With all that lovely Christmas food on offer, we end up eating far too much and exercising far too little, then regretting it all come January and starting a diet.
When people want to improve their diets they will often go to the extreme and cut whole food groups from their diet, skip meals and eat far too few calories. This isn’t sustainable in the longer term and can even be counter-productive.
Protein powders are great, but what about the times when you don’t have time to make up a shake? A protein bar can be popped in your desk at work for after your lunchtime run, or kept in the car for after your workout. Here are 5 protein snacks to eat on the go.
Springs are here! Now the days will get longer and at the same time air will get fresher which makes everyone’s mood good. This sudden change in the season marks a valuable time for all of us and for all things to experience renewal and come alive. In nature, this the season when there is an abundant growth in flowers, grass, and delicious food. And for humans, it’s like leaving behind tiredness and heaviness of the grounding foods.
Winter is the time of year when coughs, colds and flu viruses run riot. Once the temperature drops, they are out in force. What you eat can have a significant impact on your immune system and in turn your susceptibility – or not, to such bugs. It can also change the level from which you suffer and the time in which you recover. Here are five of the best winter health foods – some of which might surprise you.
When the alarm goes off we tend to morph into one of two types of people – there are those who can bounce out of bed with a smile and a spring in their step, and there are those who should be approached with caution, and not before they have had their second cup of coffee!
A little while back we featured salmon as one of our 5 amazing superfoods that can skyrocket your fat loss. Following on from this feature, here’s an amazing salmon recipe for you that’s not only incredibly healthy and nutritious but also highly tasty to boot!
Eggs are so good for you that they’re often referred to as ‘mother-nature protein’ – and for good reason! As well as being loaded with a superb profile of vitamins and nutrients, they also contain unique antioxidants and powerful brain nutrients that studies have shown you may well be deficient in!