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Are abs made in the kitchen?

How to reveal those abs! No matter how hard you train, you will not see those abs if you continue to eat badly. Is there truth in “you can’t out exercise a bad diet”..? There are four main components to revealing abdominal definition. Genetics, muscular, body fat percentage and diet. Please note that everyone is…

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Protein Pancakes Recipe – Gluten Free

Gluten Free Protein Pancakes Easy Peasy recipe to make delicious protein pancakes 2 scoops of Vanilla Protein (or chocolate if you prefer) 2 Eggs 1 Banana Butter Mix the ingredients up in a blender, get your pan hot with a bit of butter and you will get 2 large tasty pancakes! Serve with either yoghurt, honey…

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Coconut Oil Vanilla Latte – Coffee

Coconut Oil Coffee Coconut Oil Coffee, a metabolism boosting drink! Add this coffee to your morning routine every day! Ingredients Cup of hot Coffee 1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil Dash of Almond Milk (or milk of your choice) Make your coffee as normal in a mug (with whichever milk you prefer), add the Coconut Oil into your coffee, whiz this…

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Sports Nutrition Supplements – ingredient advice

Sports Nutrition Supplements Although I generally recommend it is important you have a good balanced food intake, sometimes you don’t always have time to cook a high protein meal post workout, or there may be a few hours until you can get to eat a proper meal. It is important you use protein powder in…

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Good fats don’t make you fat!

Best Good Fats for your body Avocados Butter (grass fed) Organic Cold Pressed Coconut Oil Extra Virgin Olive Oil Omega 3 Fish Oil Fact. Eating fat won’t make you fat. Eating a good source of fat – e.g. avocados, nuts, coconut oil, extra virgin cold pressed olive oil will only have positive effects on our health. I’d…

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Glycaemic index (GI)

The GI was originally devised as a strategy to help diabetics gain better control over their blood sugar levels. It is a ranking of carbohydrate foods based on their potential to raise blood sugar levels. The higher the GI of a food, the faster the resultant rise in blood sugar after eating it. The faster…