It can be difficult to decide which foods you should and shouldn’t eat, especially with contradicting advice online. Nevertheless, it’s an important area to understand as there’s lots of evidence to suggest that food affects our physical health as well as how we feel. Improving your diet may help to improve your mood, give you more energy, help you focus.
As a sports nutritionist, one of the main tips I give my patients is to eat regularly throughout the day. Unsteady blood sugar levels m...
At the start of the New Year there are numerous articles describing what you are expected to eat, and how you should cut down on particular items. New ‘detox diets’ or ‘diet pills’ are also advertised to help you on your way to your summer ready body, but be wary of these products and seek professional advice before you start thinking of taking any of these.
Detox or crash diets are not recommended as many of these focus on the restriction of calorie intake to an unhealthy level and sometimes focus o...
This smoothie makes a great breakfast option with good amounts of carbohydrates & proteins to start your day off right! It can also be used as a post-exercise smoothie to help replenish your energy stores & aid recovery...
•150ml orange juice
•125g Lactofree yogurt (strawberry or raspberry)
• ½ cup frozen berries
• 1 sliced banana
• Optional: 15g vanilla whey protein
• This recipe is as simple as blending together, serving & enjoying!
When you are on a tight budget, eating healthy can seem like a challenge, but it IS possible! Meal planning and a little creativity is all it takes…
Here are some easy tips to follow when shopping for your next meals, on a budget.
1) Buy foods in season & freeze it
Fresh produce can be found easily in supermarkets, but the cost can add up quickly. The best deals can be found with foods that are in season, which are great for buying in larger quantities & then freeze them!