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The Myth of Fat Turning to Muscle

The Myth of Fat-Loss Foods

The Health Risks of Being Overweight: Nick Mitchell and Cath Tyldesley Q&A

When it comes to your health, you can never be too careful. Many things contribute to a balanced, healthy lifestyle, such as nutritious food, quality sleep and regular exercise. For a lot of people, a lack of time, other health issues and various lifestyle factors can mean that their fitness levels can suffer. In the […]

Can Women Take Creatine?

Creatine is one of the most extensively studied nutritional supplements in the world. But despite a body of proven research, it is still surrounded by many myths that have put people off using it, especially women. Myths such as: Is it illegal? Can it increase weight gain? Will using it cause water retention? Can it cause cramping? Does […]

Common Nutrient Deficiencies in Older Adults

Many factors can lead to dietary deficiencies in older and ageing adults, and this can vary from person to person. However, a big contributing factor is that as we age, our lifestyle habits change along with the quality and quantity of food we consume. This, in combination with less physical activity, can result in fewer essential vitamins and minerals being absorbed.   If these deficiencies are […]

3 Myths About Protein Debunked

Protein is an essential macronutrient – even the name protein derives from the Greek word ‘proteios’, which means “first place”. Ensuring we have plenty of protein in our diet is important. However, there are still many myths surrounding protein intake. Here we debunk some of the major myths surround this important macronutrient. If protein builds muscle, then eating MORE […]

Subway tuna sandwich ‘scandal’ – do you know what’s in your food?

What the fork are you putting into your mouth?   Thanks to a Subway sandwich and some meal-ruining headlines, we were given a timely reminder about the importance of considering the quality and provenance of the food we eat.    If you missed the original New York Times report that went viral and got tongues wagging and stomachs churning […]

How to reset after an indulgent weekend

Summer is around the corner, and as lockdown restrictions are easing we are excited to get out and start socialising. As we look forward to having these occasions to let our hair down, with friends and family – a weekend of “too much fun” can take its toll on you, your health and your fitness goals.  Here are some “do’s” and “don’ts” after a particularly indulgent […]

The best vegetarian protein sources and where to find them

Whether you are a vegetarian or just simply looking to cut down on your meat intake, we have a wide variety of meat-free protein sources and their benefits for you – it will also keep things interesting for your taste buds too!   Eggs Eggs are an amazing source of nutrition, high in protein, selenium, and omega 3s – there are 6g of protein […]

Eating Out and Staying On Track With Your Diet

When social occasions come up, trying to stick to your diet plan can be a worry – especially if you are not prepared. While sometimes it seems like the easiest option just to avoid it, spending time with friends and family and friends is important/ With a little forward planning, you will soon feel at […]

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