Smart Snacking 🍇

While snack foods might be convenient, the packaged and processed options tend to encourage more snacking while not adding much nutrient-wise. Next time you’re hungry in between meals or need a quick pre- or post-training snack, opt for one of these.   198g Greek yogurt + half-cup fresh blueberries (200 calories) High in protein, natural fats […]

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Chicken Curry with Coconut Rice

Enjoy a big protein boost with this healthy winter warmer This is a really good winter warmer, high in calories to replenish those glycogen stores and boost of protein for recovery on those big training days. It is also nutritious and filling. As well as a reasonable amount of protein and carbohydrate provided by the chicken and rice, this delicious dish has coconut milk which can […]

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Diets…. Cut the Junk.

Avoiding junk food is the way to go! There are a million ways you could change your diet to promote weight loss. The options include eating less carbohydrate or less fat, eating more protein, eating more frequently, eating smaller portions, eating more fiber, going vegetarian, and switching from processed to whole grains, to name a […]

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Is Coconut oil good for me?

I have been reading a lot about coconut oil recently. Is it good for me? how can i use it in my diet? what benefits does it give me? these are some of the questions i find are most relevant, and probably most commonly asked by anyone interested. Coconut oil is made up of about […]

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nutritional demands for triathlon

Demands of the Sport Triathlon is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK and combines the individual sports of swimming, cycling and running into a single, continuous race. Overall distances and the distances raced in each section can vary. A triathlon is split into élite and age-group competition. Elite racing is primarily for […]

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