Weight loss Advice

Should meat-alternatives be banned?

‘Animal products just aren’t that good as we always thought’. At some point in your life a doctor will explain you’d probably benefit from reducing your meat intake. Whether it’s due to high-sodium, kidney issues or being generally unhealthy. It can be a shocking thing to realise but, we already have prior knowledge of the […] Read more…

Tips for baking with freeze-dried ingredients

Freeze-dried foods can be a fantastic addition to any kitchen. They’re a simple yet versatile ingredient that you can use in a wide range of meals, dishes and desserts. Suppliers such as Lio Licious will have a huge selection of freeze-dried ingredients for any use or for any palate.  You can even just eat them […] Read more…

A fitness boot camp – Reviewing Motivate Bootcamp

As I’ve been so busy with work, E-books and my own freelance services (and very recently trying to get back into shape). I haven’t really given much time to write for the website but with Steve, the owner of Motivate Bootcamp’s help.I was invited as a last-minute replacement and am so thrilled to have been […] Read more…

Mushroom Spaghetti Bolognese

I LOVE SPAGHETTI.  I can confidently say, most of you are nodding in agreement. Spaghetti is a staple in many homes, it’s sweet, simple and offers an easy and (budget-friendly) meal in less than 15 minutes. Vegan spag-bol is the same, but healthier. Of course, you don’t have to make your own sauces and you […] Read more…

What does being a foodie mean?

I’m sure in the seven years I’ve been writing, I have used the term ‘foodie’ more than I care to accept. One search in my websites search box and it’ll pop-up in several posts about my personal preferences. I actively call(ed) myself a foodie for several years. Over the last few days, the idea of […] Read more…

Sugar are substitutes better for us?

“Is sweetener better for you than sugar?” Yep – I know. I have covered this time and time again. Sugar is a tough topic to talk about when it comes to health. Fruits and vegetables are full of it…but that’s ‘healthy’ sugar, right? There is so much confusion over the subject that I’m going to […] Read more…

10 reasons to start yoga in your 20’s

Hi you!  It’s been a while – I haven’t even networked or chatted to you in the last 13 days (yep – I’ve been counting!). My new job is incredible and I’m trying my best to produce the best content for it, whilst being here for you. So, this week I deligated my time to […] Read more…

Transitioning to Veganism for improved fitness [Section 2]

Vegan nutrition – like any nutrition can become a lengthy and boring process. I’m trying to break it down into understandable and easy-to-use information so everyone can start incorporating better dietary choices to maintain and improve their fitness. My big quote is “Nutrition is the building blocks of life” – If you haven’t already, I […] Read more…

The benefits and risks of a high protein diet

Most Americans consume three to five times more protein than they need. That’s not restricted to the US alone, families in the UK (including under 11’s) are eating 2 and a half times the amount the need. Regularly. Along with taking on little or no exercise and eating unnecessary diets like low-carb, high fat or […] Read more…

Vegan nutrition for improved fitness

 I should start off by saying ‘Nutrition is key to all aspects of health’. Whether that be for changing your body shape or recovering from a medical issue, we understand that a healthy diet is best for changing our bodies. When thinking of ‘healthy’ diets, the first thing that springs to mind is ….vegetables, It […] Read more…

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