Sometimes it is not possible to eat a hearty, healthy meal, especially when you are on the move. We all lead busy lives and that means that we can sometimes make the wrong choices when it comes to what we eat. It doesn’t have to be fast food that is unhealthy and convenient because with the right planning, you can have healthy snacks on the go.
So, take a look at this list of low sugar snacks and high protein snacks that will really hit the spot.
Oats have been eaten for centuries and there are a number of reasons for this. They taste great, they are filling and they pack a real punch when it comes goodness. Oats are perfect for runners but why should they fit oats into their diet?
Protein has become the world’s most popular supplement, with seemingly everyone using or have used some kind of protein powder. But what is Protein? Why is it advantageous? Should you even take it? There is a lot of misinformation out there, so here is the one stop guide for all of your protein questions.
What you eat after you have been for a run can help you to get the most from exercise but it can also prepare you for your next running session.
Running is an intense form of exercise and as a result, it uses up a lot of energy while breaking down muscle fibres and cells. Don’t be alarmed though, this is natural but you can make it all good again by eating the right things. It is simple enough but being armed with the correct information can help you to make the right decisions.
Snacking, what a wonderful world. The downfall of many, snacking can leave even the healthiest of diets in the dust as you chomp down on your ninth chocolate chip cookie… I’m not alone here, right… guys?
It can sometimes feel like a gluten intolerance is a life sentence, with the list of foods you can’t eat longer than your arm, and stopping to read food labels in the supermarket taking up the majority of your time. But those with a gluten intolerance or celiac gluten sensitivity know there is a wide variety of naturally gluten free foods for you to enjoy as part of a gluten free diet.
Breakfast. The meal of the day where we break the fast of not eating for a number of hours while we sleep. However, we are told from a young age that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but is it?
Protein. What is it good for? Well building muscle obviously! That’s right protein, undoubtedly the most popular health supplement powder in the world, chances are even your mum has thought about trying some. But what about for those lovely vegans?
For years meat and milk protein have ruled the roost, with Whey being the undisputed king of proteins. But for vegans Whey, Casein, Beef, and Egg protein are all out of bounds. They need a plant based alternative. Vegan proteins have arrived with a bang, more and more are popping up all the time promising to transform your body, but can you see the same results as with meat or milk based proteins?
Keeping your body weight down is important for reducing the long term effects of being overweight or obese. Healthy eating and cutting down consumption of saturated fats can reduce the risk of heart disease, as well as lowering blood sugar and blood pressure.
Health and fitness is taking over the world, with more lose-weight gain-muscle-quick schemes, none of which actually work. But with good nutrition and hard work in the gym, you can lose weight.