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Protein plays an integral role in our bodies – that’s why we rave about it so much and ensure we have lots of it in our products! From weight loss to muscle gain, protein is crucial in our diets. But there’s also more to protein than we might know so here are 7 fun facts… View Article
What is protein? Protein is one of three macro nutrients which provide energy to the body – the other two are carbohydrates and fats. Each gram of protein contains 4 calories, the same as each gram of carbohydrate where fats contain 9 calories to a gram.  A person’s body is made up of around 15-20g… View Article
It’s easy to overlook every day foods that actually are significantly high in protein and can provide our bodies with more fuel than we might at first think. There are many reasons why foods high in protein are good, namely because they keep us fuller for longer, they help us to achieve our goals in… View Article
Statistics show that more than half of Australians are exceeding the World Health Organisation’s recommended daily intake of added sugars every day. According to the Heart Association, the maximum amount of added sugars a person should eat per day is for men, 37.6g (or 9 teaspoons), and 25g (or 6 teaspoons) for women per day…. View Article
O . M . G ……… “What the (insert your own word here… mine looks a bit like this @#$*) have I done?!?!” This is my thought process before, during and after my first marathon training session. Have you ever felt like you’re going to spew, cry and collapse at the same time? Well my… View Article
Dietary advice is varied, but if there is one thing most of us can agree on, it is to steer away from highly processed foods in favour of eating fresh produce such as meat (or other protein sources), eggs, nuts, dairy, fruit and vegetables. But while “eating clean”, we still like our occasional sweet treats!… View Article
You may have read my ‘How do I Stop Eating Sugar’ article and be looking to reduce your sugar intake with recipes that are fulfilling and tasty but have a low sugar content. If this is the case, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for a snack or inspiration for breakfast or… View Article
Can we really stop eating sugar altogether? And what would this mean? There have been books published, articles written and diets created in order to help us to stop us eating sugar full stop. But how easy is it in reality? Like any type of food or ingredients, everything is ok in moderation and this… View Article
When it comes to making lunch, it’s easy to get stuck in your ways and make the same boring salad, or have the same uninspiring meat and veg combination. Lunch should be an exciting way to split up your work day and it should be something that you look forward to eating. Here are 6… View Article
Sugar – the buzzword of the year and present in a high number of everyday shop bought foods that we consume. Whether it’s disguised in your claimed ‘natural’ Greek yoghurt or in your herbs and spice mix, it’s hard to escape it but what we’ve all learnt, is that we should probably be consuming less… View Article
We were recently featured in an article on MyDeal.com.au It’s an old saying, but it has a lot of truth to it; summer bodies are made in winter. Winter is a lovely season to get all snuggly, turn up the heater and order takeout food with Netflix on, but as fun as that sounds, you… View Article
The winter is in full swing, the sun’s starting to come out and summer doesn’t feel too far away. Perhaps you’re starting to think about how to eat well pre-summer or you’re eating well but getting side-tracked. Either way, we know that eating well makes us feel not only good on the inside but also… View Article
When I think about making a low carb meal, the first question I ask myself, is what do I fancy to eat? For me, eating is about enjoyment and satisfaction. You have to enjoy eating something and feel satisfied afterwards, or for me, I end up eating rubbish and feeling disappointed. Food is what I… View Article