• Do you need to work out to benefit from protein powder?

    Do you need to work out to benefit from protein powder?

    Do you need to be a gym-junkie to benefit from protein powder? The short answer? Absolutely not! Here’s the longer answer. Protein powder is a nutritional supplement, which, when put simply, increases the amount of protein in your body. Protein is one of those all-star nutrients, essential for building muscle, repairing tissue and making enzymes and hormones. That’s pretty important work. Because of this,...
  • Our Top 5 Nutritious and Delicious Breakfast Recipes

    Our Top 5 Nutritious and Delicious Breakfast Recipes

    Many people are too busy in mornings to make breakfast, and a lot of people either go without or grab something easy on the way into work, which is not normally very healthy. For people who want breakfast but don’t have the time; then these recipes below are definitely winners.  1) Blueberry and almond Overnight Oats Not only are oats filling which means that...
  • A guide for eating carbohydrates

    A guide for eating carbohydrates

    While many people tell us to stay away from carbs and that they are bad for us; for those of us who want to lose weight, this is not in fact true. Sure, refined carbs, such as white bread, pastries, confectionery, cakes and sweet are what you need to be careful about eating as these can put added weight on and cause problems such...
  • How does your body process sugar?

    How does your body process sugar?

    Everyone knows that sugar is one of the worst things that we can put into our bodies and that it causes us to gain weight, but what does it actually do within the body? Being that sugar is a carbohydrate that is turned into glycogen within the body, if you digest too much of it, it is then stores as fat (triglycerides) within your...
  • Healthy yet scrumptious dessert recipes

    Healthy yet scrumptious dessert recipes

    Healthy flapjacks Ingredients: 50 g of real butter 2 tbsp of smooth peanut butter 2 scoops of nourish and repair protein powder 3 tbsp of honey 1 apple peeled and grated 250 g of rolled oats 150 g of raisins 40 g coconut seeds   Method: Heat the butter, peanut butter and honey in a pan until melted. Add the mashed apple and 100...
  • The link between food and your mood.

    The link between food and your mood.

    As more studies emerge, more people have become aware and conscious about what they are eating and how there is a relationship between what you eat and how it can affect you. It can go as far as that what you choose to eat, or drink can encourage bad moods and depression. Therefore, it might be a good idea to start paying attention to...
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