How Is Bacon Healthy?! An Introduction to the Keto Diet

Like many of you, I have been on-off dieting for years. I am a big believer in the Keto diet and highly recommend it to anyone looking for weight loss. I have pulled some sciencey things together to better explain why this diet is brilliant. I’m starting this diet today and always use it to kick start weight loss when I feel I’ve gone too far and want to drop some pounds fast without feeling restricted. Here’s how it works…

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10 Ways to Avoid The Office Temptations

Working in an office environment is hard on your healthy lifestyle. It’s always someones birthday – which means cake. Or the Office Mum has baked cookies for everyone just cause. Or perhaps the boss has brought in some cupcakes to say thank you for staying late last week. Here are my top tips for avoiding those office temptations….

Why You’re Failing On Your ‘Diet’

Most people perceive diets as short-term ways to drop a dress size before an event. I’ve done these before and they are 100% a diet – which is both it’s success and it’s failure. Read below for my thoughts and feelings for why diet’s suck…

Nutrition Explained: Proteins

Protein plays a heavy role in energy, weight loss, building muscle tissue, mood and overall brain function. Proteins are also used to make enzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters and various tiny molecules that serve important functions. You’ve heard of protein, but have you ever read further into what it does and why we need it? Below is a beginners guide to the world of protein…

Nutrition Explained: Carbohydrates

Not all carbs are created equal and you shouldn’t just cut out a group. You should understand the basics so you can better make choices such as opting for complex carbohydrates and why that’s actually good for you. I’ve broken down the basis into bitesize bubbles to help you digest the  information easy (pun totally intended)…

Let’s Talk About Water

Water is a very valuable thing for our bodies. Every cell, tissue and organ in your body needs water to work properly. Water gets rid of wastes through urination, perspiration and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints and protects sensitive tissues – MayoClinic Are You Actually Thirsty When You’re ‘Hungry’? The body…