Healthy snacking is an important part of anyone’s diet. But for athletes and active individuals, snacking ensures adequate fuel for exercise, improves muscle recovery, boosts mental performance, and helps maintain healthy body composition.
Every year, it seems, there’s a new diet trend. Some of these fads come and go, while others – like the low-carb diet first made popular decades ago – seem to have staying power.
The word “protein” is derived from the Greek word “protos,” meaning “first in rank or position” – and for good reason.
We believe that good health lies in eating the right foods, combined with regular exercise and rest.
Try this quick and tasty Sweet & Sour Chicken. Easy to prepare and healthy.
You can use any vegetables you prefer.
Family just loves pasta and mince. Here is a quick and delicious recipe that my whole family loves. It’s so basic but yet so tasty
Nutritional supplements are still one of the hot topics of conversation between fitness and health enthusiasts. As one myself, I’ve tried and tested a lot of different brands over the years. The one thing I can start off with, is that it is NOT one-size-fits-all and if you decide to start using a supplement, also …
Another year has gone and most of us have already made New Year’s resolutions. But as most of you know, it can be really hard to stick to it. I myself have fallen into that trap, but have learned how to stick to my goals by follow these tips. Set realistic goals Ok so January …
The most important part of your training is how well you recover afterwards and making sure your body gets optimal nutrition to repair and recover your muscles. The amount of time during which you should begin your recovery nutrition routine following training is 15-30 minutes. This is the most crucial time and the best recovery nutrition is …