• Mediterranean Diet Recipes | 6 Delicious Recipes

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on July 20, 2016

      Here are some great ideas for meals and snacks if you are following a Mediterranean style diet. These recipes are high in healthy fats and include oily fish, olive oil, meats and cheese making them a great source of protein too. #1 Mackerel Pâté on High Protein Toast   2 slices High-Protein Bread 200g Smoked […]

  • What Is Moringa Tea? | 3 Amazing Health Benefits

    By MR PROTEIN | In Nutrition | on July 19, 2016

      By Myprotein Writer Alex Simpson   Tea is a beverage which has been popular for thousands of years, yet in the very early days of its discovery, tea was used primarily for medicinal purposes, as it was a common ingredient – and still is – in traditional Chinese medicine. Nowadays there are countless different varieties […]

  •   By Myprotein Writer Alex Simpson Does that milky protein shake make you feel bloated? For many people when they become diagnosed with lactose, its easy for them to eliminate dairy and move on with their lives. However, those of us that are living in the fitness world know that there is a great amount […]

  •   Georgina Ellis | CrossFit, Running & Yoga   CrossFit and Paleo go together like a burger and chips (oh the irony!) but is the caveman diet optimal for CrossFit athletes? And who actually follows this sort of diet in the CrossFit world? Let’s find out… What is the Paleo Diet? There is no real […]

  • Pre & Post-Workout | Benefits Of Fast Acting Carbs

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on July 13, 2016

      Carbs have a bad reputation, particularly simple carbs and especially amongst the ladies. There is a popular misconception that carbs in general make you fat, which leads many people to believe that avoiding them is the best route to fat loss and achieving the physique of their dreams. This is not the case, and […]

  • Macronutrient Timing Whilst Bulking | Does It Matter?

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on July 12, 2016

      Macronutrient timing can be a confusing topic at the best of times, but when it comes to bulking – does it actually matter? Let’s take a look at the facts… What does ‘macronutrient timing’ mean? Macronutrients consist of protein, fats and carbohydrates. Macronutrient timing is simply the timing you implement through your day to […]

  • 6 Delicious Lucuma Powder Recipes

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on July 10, 2016

      Lucuma is a tropical fruit native to Peru. It grows best in coastal valleys at high altitudes and is rich in Iron, niacin vitamin B3 and calcium. With its sweet flavour it is a great addition to both smoothies and baked treats! #1 Mango and Lucuma Smoothie   Ingredients 1 Scoop Impact Whey Protein – […]

  • Lactose Intolerant? | Dairy-Free Calcium Sources

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on July 9, 2016

      Milk and dairy products include some nutrients required for good overall health – including protein and vitamins such as vitamin D, B12 and A. Lactose is also important for the absorption of other minerals such as magnesium and zinc. If you suffer from intolerance to lactose, it can put you in a vulnerable position for […]