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It’s one of the most difficult components when it comes to health and fitness. Finding motivation generally comes first and then setting some goals is the fun part. Figuring out where to actually start can be one of the biggest barriers. So for the sake of this article we will be using the Spartan Race… View Article
Now I’ll preface this review by saying that I don’t really like white chocolate… well at least I didn’t – that is until I tried this White Choc Coconut Rough by VITAWERX that my sister, Anna told me about. I’ve never been a big chocolate person, preferring more savoury flavours. If I was going to have… View Article
Jo’s success story with weight loss, training, her personal training career, obstacle course racing and Spartan Race. What I’ve learnt I first started training in 2010. I weighed 107kg and I had a goal of reaching 60kg. It took 3 years for me to hit that goal. In that time, I learned how to persist, to… View Article
Spartan Race for those that don’t know is an Obstacle Course Racing event. A combination of trail running and military inspired obstacles. The biggest misconception of what this is all about seems to be the idea that these courses are designed to kill you, almost like stepping into a fiery fitness hell never to return… View Article
It’s an understatement to say Italian food is delicious. Famous for its pizzas and pastas, it may feel like a low carb diet won’t work with this cuisine. When friends suggest heading to the nearby Italian restaurant for dinner, you start to worry about what to order without blowing the carb count. This is a… View Article
“Life is like Spartan racing, it’s a challenge. Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses you just must use it to your advantage. When things get tough cope it and move on because the next challenge maybe easier than the last.” Client: Gabi Day Age: 23 Sport: Obstacle Racer – Spartan Race Having a background as… View Article
Almonds are a versatile tree nut. They come whole, blanched, slivered, flaked and ground, so make a useful ingredient adding texture and taste to meals. Plus, like fruit and vegetables, almonds are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals beneficial to health. Enjoying a healthy serving of nuts regularly as part of a healthy diet… View Article
Have you noticed that when we spy sugar-based foods such as ice cream, cake, chocolate and sweets that our mouths begin to produce saliva in anticipation of eating it? Have you heard people refer to themselves as “emotional eaters” – where they eat to lift their mood? Do you suffer from a mid-afternoon slump that… View Article
Erythritol is in a group of foods called sugar alcohols that taste sweet but don’t contain as many calories and have a lower impact on blood glucose. Sugar alcohols should not be confused with artificial sweeteners because although they both reduce calories and glycemic index, sugar alcohols come from natural sources like fruits and vegetables!… View Article
What is Rice Flour and why should we use them in our baking? Rice flour is made from finely milled rice. It is different from rice starch, which is usually produced by steeping rice in lye. Rice flour is a particularly good substitute for wheat flour, which some people believe irritates their digestive system. It… View Article
Low carb beers have been available in Australia for over 10 years now – maybe even longer. Now I haven’t gone back and checked the beer archives but I think it was probably Carlton Dry which kicked off the craze, at least that’s how I remember it. Since then, there’s been a huge amount of… View Article
Now I can’t speak on behalf of every bodybuilder out there. Everyone is different and will have different diets, training plans, and ideas on how to achieve their goals. I’ve been competing for a few years now and every year gets more intense and I get more focused as I get closer to my BHAG… View Article
Welcome (back) to our series where we look into how you can eat low carb when dining out at different restaurants and cuisines! Check out our Dining Out Low Carb page for other guides. Today, we will be taking a dive into one of my all-time favourites, Japanese cuisine. When most people think about Japanese… View Article
A first timer is someone who has never run before but would like to learn the basics. ⬇ Download your running program HERE ▶ Watch The Protein Bread Co team demonstrate all the skills, across each level VIEW HERE A complete 3 week program (15 days)  to help improve your running skills. Learn “to move as efficiently… View Article