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    Mini Bison Burrito Bakes

    Do you want to give a better red meat to your body? Burrito made from bison meat. Why? Well, bison are free-range animals eating grass, grain or hay and aren’t fed antibiotics or hormones. Due to healthy diet, they have leaner meat tasting like beef. The taste Many people believe that bison tastes gamy, but this isn’t […] More

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    Sore Muscles And How To Relieve Them

    Sore Muscles If achy thighs, quads, or calves have left you limping a day or so after a super legs workout, you’ve experienced sore muscles after gym AKA delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). You probably  asked yourself later, should you workout when sore ?  Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a feeling that no one likes. Here […] More

  • 8 Most Common Fitness Supplements

    8 Most Common Fitness Supplements

    Proper diet and weight training undeniably adds muscle. But if you’re looking to maximize the results you achieve from eating right and the hard work you put into training, you may soon find yourself looking to a variety of fitness supplements available for an added boost. There are hundreds of vitamins you could be taking, but […] More

  • Sceptical About Insect Protein

    Sceptical About Insect Protein?

    You probably noticed more and more companies selling insect protein. Well, insect protein may be better than traditional meat sources. A study published in the European Journal Of Clinical Nutrition made a comparison of various edible insects with chicken, beef and pork and discovered that in general the insects provided a broader range of nutrients. The quality and levels […] More

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    Protein-Rich Iced Coffee

    Protein-rich iced coffee is a delicious cold drink combining three great ingredients: coffee, chocolate and protein. It’s a triple treat for hot summer mornings when you’re looking for a cold caffeine boost. Beware: A store-bought iced coffee product such as a mocha frappacino can contain up to 450 calories and up to 40g of sugar for unflavoured variants – […] More

  • 3 Health Benefits of Sesame Seeds

    3 Health Benefits of Sesame Seeds

    As we all know sesame seeds are rich in antioxidants and dietary fibre and widely recognized as healthy, low glycemic foods. Here are three health benefits of sesame seeds. Great source of protein: Two tablespoons of sesame seeds contain 5g of protein. Improve digestive health: Sesame seeds are a great source of fibre, which is vital for a healthy digestive system […] More

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    Leucine Regulates Body Composition

    Leucine is an amino acid that functions as a building block for protein, according to a literature review by experts from the Ministry of Agriculture in China. What’s even more important is that it’s an important regulator of protein and fat metabolism. It activates the mTOR pathway, which is crucial for muscle protein synthesis. In addition, it promotes […] More

  • High-Protein Diet Increases Energy Expediture

    High-Protein Diet Increases Energy Expediture

    Our body tries to keep a constant weight in response to over or underfeeding by changing its metabolic rate.  An interesting study from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana found out that energy expenditure resulting from overfeeding was higher in people eating a high-protein diet. Participants were overfed for 56 days by consuming 40% more calories than usually. The increase […] More

  • Is Your Snack Really a Healthy One?

    Is Your Snack Really a Healthy One?

    Time for a healthy snack! If you are a real fitness enthusiast, you’ll probably avoid chocolate bars and rather reach for a healthier alternative, but how sure you are that cereal bar, fat-free yogurt or dried mango is really a healthy choice? Well, you’ve kicked that nasty sugar habit to keep you going between meals […] More

  • Pre-Exercise Food Combinations

    Pre-Exercise Food Combinations

    Here are some ideas for pre-exercise food combinations that fulfill the demands for protein, fats and carbohydrates. Protein and fats: 3 slices lean ham and ½ avocado 1 slice of frittata with mushrooms and spring onions Prawns and ½ avocado Handful of nuts Protein and carbs: Low-fat cottage cheese and a handful of berries Small […] More

  • Tips for Preventing Injuries During a Workout

    Tips for Preventing Injuries During Workouts

    There’s always a risk of getting injured while exercising. Here’s some advice how you can prevent injuries during workouts. Eating food rich in carbohydrates and healthy fats, which are your body’s two primary sources of fuel, can prevent exercise-related injuries caused by tiredness or fatigue. You should increase your intake of slow release (low GI) carbohydrates, such as whole grains, sweet […] More

  • 3 Tips to Properly Fuel Your Cycling

    3 Tips to Properly Fuel Your Cycling

    Right nutrition is of great importance for boosting cycling performance. These three golden rules to properly fuel your cycling. Adjust your pre-exercise fuelling to suit the ride. If you’re planning a low-intensity session, carbohydrate loading could lead to weight gain, as your body is primarily using fat as a fuel source. High-intensity interval training, on the […] More

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