Nutrition

  • Top 10 Vegan Myths | An Infographic

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition | on October 24, 2016

    World Vegan Day As World Vegan Day approaches on November 1st, here at Myprotein we decided to explore some of the most common myths associated with this increasingly popular diet and lifestyle. There is now an abundance of vegan food products available on the market to cater for the growing demand, yet many people still […]

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  • Battle Of The Macros | High Carb v High Fat

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

    Written by Liam Darville Battle Of The Macros Torn between the idea of a high fat or high carbohydrate diet? Look no further, we have all the information you need! In the last few years one of the most fiercely debated topics in fitness has been whether High Fat (HF) or High Carbohydrate (CHO) diets […]

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  • Bulking On A Budget | Top Tips

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition | on October 14, 2016

    Written by Jason Weal Top Tips For Bulking On A Budget Building muscle requires commitment, plenty of time in the gym and not to mention consuming the right nutrition and supplements. All this can have a huge impact on our outgoings, at the end of the day, if we don’t have our health- we have […]

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  • Written by Chloe Thurston Female Physique Transformation Calories: During exercise and daily activity women use less carbohydrates than men, yet burn less fat at the same intensity. There are several explanations of this ranging from hormones, body mass etc. However, overall the rule for both genders to transform your body is the same.   In order […]

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  • Snacking can be tough to get right, especially if you are trying to keep your calorie intake low. Snacks can be really beneficial to reaching your goals, especially if you choose ones that are a good source of protein and will help bridge the gap in between meals. Here are some go to snack ideas […]

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  • 10 Natural Headache Remedies

    By Nina Chin | In Nutrition, Training | on October 6, 2016

    Written by Csaba Sziklai   Seldom do we think about our lifestyle and diet when we get a headache. Instead, we turn to drugs and await the next pound in the head. All the studies to date, however, show how important lifestyle is when it comes to managing, treating, and permanently curing headaches. If you can reduce sources […]

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  • Written by Chris Oldland   Nearly everybody has thought it or said it “I need to lose some weight” or “That’s it, I’m going on a diet”, this is usually followed by a hasty internet search for the latest weight loss diet sensation. You read it, you go shopping for more fruit and veg than […]

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  • Nutrition For Children | What Your Child Should Be Eating

    By Jack Crabtree | In Nutrition | on October 5, 2016

    Written by Jack Crabtree   As a parent, what you feed your child will have a huge effect on their mental and physical well-being, as well as their growth and development and habits in later life. It is important to ensure that our children are eating a healthy, balanced diet which consists of all of […]

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