For most of us, stress is a fact of life, and as a result, many of us will experience some of the many nasty symptoms including weight gain, food cravings and sleep disturbance. But there are ways we can mitigate the effects of stress.
We all want to look good, feel good and live well, yet we may have been overlooking one of the biggest keys all along.
The more we research gut health, the more we're learning about the significance of resistant starches and therefore carbohydrates.
I've had the pleasure of experiencing the effects a big night out can have on a clients performance in the gym. But what about the effects of light to moderate alcohol consumption? How much is too much? And should we be concerned about the effects of the odd glass here and there?
Let's find out...
Many researchers and health professionals state that protein is a key nutrient for weight loss. Why? Because getting enough protein in your diet has been shown to: Reduce appetite Positively affect several weight-regulating hormones Boost metabolism So what does this mean for fat loss? Well, in short, getting enough protein in your diet can [...]
If you’re looking to permanently reduce body fat (or as some call it, ‘weight’), your weight loss program, including your exercise regime and dietary plan, needs to be built upon some tried and tested fundamentals.
It doesn't matter if you're a gym junkie, prefer training in the privacy of your own home, or haven't moved a muscle in years, these workouts have been designed to challenge and inspire you to get your body rocking.
Why am I such a fanatic of Tabata inspire HIIT sessions? Well, the benefits are simply amazing!
For optimal health, people should require good solid foundations in both their fitness and diet to ultimately have a happy and healthy body.
Here are some some simple tips, tools, and information on healthy eating habits, calorie intake and how to adjust your current eating patterns in 3 simple steps.
88% of people are willing to pay more for healthier foods, but are the foods marketed to us as ‘healthy options’ really good for us?
If you spend any time looking at women's magazines, scrolling through your social media feed, or watch television, there's a good chance you'll have seen ‘fitspiration’ images and quotes that are meant to inspire women to strive for their fitness goals. So why are they often leaving us feeling worse than ever before?