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I’ve been looking for something like this for a while. I’ve tried what seems like hundreds of different low sugar yoghurts and finally I’ve found one that tastes pretty alright!!! Introducing YoPRO Protein Yoghurt. Fruit yoghurts have copped a lot of bad press in recent years and it’s little wonder why. Some varieties available in major… View Article
Stepping into the gym for the very first time can be extremely daunting and intimidating. All the grunting, sweating, weights dropping, complicated-looking equipment and copious amounts of protein shakes/supplements can have you hiding in the cardio corner on a treadmill for 30 minutes and then leaving – this sums up my first experience anyway.  What’s… View Article
I still remember it clearly today, the apprehension and fear of the unknown. The feelings of ‘what if I’m the slowest in the group’ … ‘what if I embarrass myself’ … ‘maybe I should get into shape a bit first’. Starting any new public exercise can be a bit scary, for me it was Bootcamp… View Article
The holiday season bring lots of surprises; great presents, terrible presents, exciting news and inappropriate things your drunk uncle says haha. One thing is certain though amongst most households – a boat load of left over food! It often leaves you wondering: what to do with leftover Christmas Ham! The great thing about ham is… View Article
Sugar is a type of carbohydrate. Carbohydrate is a macronutrient present in a vast range of foods. There are many different carbohydrates; the major types are outlined below. Sugars are considered simple carbohydrates; they include fructose found naturally in fruit and lactose in milk. There are also refined sugars such a table sugar and glucose… View Article
It’s that time of year again. Time to wrap up the year that was, and celebrate with friends, family and work functions. Here are some tips and tricks to get us through the silly season, without compromising our goals. 11. Never go to a social event hungry! A boiled egg or two, some vegetable sticks… View Article
Sometimes in business, and in life, you need to make tough decisions… Late this year (2017) we identified that in order reach our ambitious goal of helping 2M Australians to Eat Well and Feel Great by 2020, we really needed to simplify our business and focus our collective energy on what we’re best at, and… View Article
Those on a Keto diet eat foods high in fat, moderate in protein and low in carbs in order to get the process of Ketosis to kick into place. When Do I Know If I’m In Ketosis? Ketosis occurs when you stop burning carbs as fuel and you start burning ‘ketones’. Click here to read… View Article
Hey guys, I don’t know about you but at least once a week I find myself asking “I wonder how I go about finding another ‘me’ to help out”. The thought is quickly dismissed as a whimsical notion reserved for a B-rate movie, mostly likely starring Danny DeVito – but I digress… About 5 months ago I started… View Article
The Keto Diet is a diet that focuses on eating foods high in fat, moderate in protein and low in carbs. The diet is said to help with rapid weight loss by forcing your body into a deprived state which gets it burning this fat for energy. Click to read more on the Keto Diet…. View Article
I found these Primo Chicken Roasties Protein Snacks on sale at Woolworths the other day for $2 (normally $3) and thought I’d give them a try. I’m always dubious about anything labelled as a Protein Snack – usually for two reasons; 1. They’re always too damn small!!! It’s like they’re made for kids. 2. They’re usually filled with… View Article
Not everyone enjoys the flavoured mineral water, and prefer something a little closer to ‘soft drinks’, and what can be better than low carb soft drinks? We chose not to include the standard “Diet” drinks (Coke, Pepsi, Fanta, Sprite, Diet Rite drinks etc) as most people are aware of these. **Some of these include artificial… View Article