Nutrition

  • Fat Distribution & Spot Reduction

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Training | on November 22, 2016

    Fat Distribution & The Spot Reduction Myth Are you suffering with thunder thighs, a muffin top, bingo wings or a serious case of love handles? The majority of people will have at least one of these dreaded stubborn areas which they seem to not be able to shift. Fat is stored on our body as […]

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  • Kale Crisps | A Number Of Benefits

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition | on November 22, 2016

    Written by Alex Simpson Four Reasons Why You Need Kale Crisps In Your Life! Crisps, or chips, for our overseas readers, are generally considered to be the epitome of unhealthy eating. This is because, more often than not, most crisps that we see on supermarket shelves are fried in copious amounts of unhealthy oils and […]

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  • 12 Days Of Fitness | Christmas Workout

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Training, Wrap Up Christmas | on November 22, 2016

    Written by Simon Cushman 12 Days Of Fitness Are you dreading the festive weight gain? If so, we have the answer. A Christmas workout which is both fun and beneficial. Our fitness expert; Simon Cushman has 12 days of fitness, keeping you slim and trim through the festive season. On the 1st day of fitness, […]

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  • Frozen Food | Is It Fresher Than Fresh?

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition | on November 21, 2016

    Written by Callum Melly Frozen Food The word “fresh” to me always seems far more appealing than the word “frozen” and naturally, one would assume that fresh is therefore better for you than frozen. Now, in some respects I would agree; however, when it comes to fruit and vegetables in particular, I always go frozen […]

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  • Written by Jamie Bantleman Ultimate Gift Guide Triathletes are simply incredible for how hard they work when training for an event. Hours upon hours of running, cycling and swimming will lead to being massively depleted in nutrients and energy. Prior to a race you must find a great source of carbohydrates to ensure your glycogen […]

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  • Health, Exercise And Lifestyle Trends | 2016 Top Ten

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Training | on November 18, 2016

    Written by Sophie Whetnall Health, Exercise And Lifestyle Trends There have been many new trends over the past few years from the Acai Berry, to the teatox diet and squat challenge. If it’s new trends you like to follow then you must of tried or heard at least one of the following, if not and […]

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  • Written by Sarah Curran Healthy Food Swaps Christmas time is nearly upon us, as is the temptation to eat all the sweets and treats in sight! Although everyone enjoys letting their hair down this time of year, here are some tips on how you can keep your nutrition in check without missing out on all […]

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  • Organic Nuts | Winter Health Gains

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition | on November 17, 2016

    Written by Jack Boardman Organic Nuts, Stock Up!! Whether you’re seeking general health gains or aiming for serious mass muscle gains, this winter you need to find ways to stock up on your consumption of nuts. Seen those idyllic snapshots on the front of Christmas cards of squirrels hoarding nuts for hibernation? Well, whether you’re […]

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