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  • Healthy Treats | Sugar Free Chocolate Bar

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on April 9, 2015

      Don’t miss out on the good stuff while keeping a low sugar diet! Our Sugar Free Chocolate Bar is deliciously rich and incredibly satisfying – not to mention easy to make! Once you have tried this guilt-free bar you won’t feel the need to binge on unhealthy foods!     – 60g/ml Coconut Oil   […]

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  •   When it comes to running most beginner runners make the common mistake of running too much or too far too soon. If you want to start running, that’s great, but don’t aim to run a half marathon straight away. By running too far too soon you’ll not only be sore the next day but you […]

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  • Set Trends | Sportswear To Optimise Your Performance

    By Ashley Wilson | In Men's Training | on April 9, 2015

      Dominate in the gym whilst looking great doing it with our new optimised performance clothing range! Whatever the look you prefer in the gym, a stringer vest, tight t-shirt, compression pants, long sleeve top or a hooded sweatshirt, here at Myprotein we are creating the ultimate kit bag with the largest selection of both […]

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  • Whether you’ve been running for years or just getting into it, you may not agree with the statement “Everything in moderation” when it comes to your training. Running is a great form of exercise which can not only help weight loss, but also help increase your fitness and endurance, whilst improving your mood. But after the […]

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  • HIIT or LISS Workouts For Fat Loss?

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on April 7, 2015

      By Myprotein Writer Paul Jowsey   Cardio and the benefits for fat loss are well known and apparent, however, confusion often lies between the decision to perform either LISS (low intensity steady state exercise) or HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) cardio when trying to maximise your fat loss.     High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) describes any workout […]

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  • Egg Nutrition | Myths and Benefits

    By Jack Grant | In Nutrition | on April 6, 2015

      By Myprotein Writer Jack Grant   Having indulged in the great British tradition of the chocolate Easter egg just recently, I thought it might be an appropriate time to take a closer look at the humble hen’s egg and see why some people have labelled it “the ultimate convenience food”.     Eggs are well […]

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  • Sweet Quinoa Mini Muffins

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on April 6, 2015

        Fancy trying a healthy new recipe? Try our Sweet Quinoa Mini Muffins – they are incredibly easy to make and even use up old bananas and store cupboard ingredients! They can be eaten cold on the go or warm served with natural Greek yogurt and cinnamon… give them a try!     – 50g Uncooked Quinoa […]

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  • Clean Cashew and Coconut Egg Nests

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on April 2, 2015

    Looking for an Easter treat that won’t sabotage your diet? Why not try our delicious but clean, low sugar Easter cupcake nests! These Cashew and Coconut Egg Nests are miles ahead of regular chocolate cornflake cakes in both flavour and macros, with only 3g sugar per serving!     – 30g Instant Oats   – 40g Crushed Shredded […]

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