Why Calories do Count

Why Calories do Count

25/07/2016

By Troy Martin

When it comes to weight management we can be in no doubt that 24hr energy balance is the single most important factor. In other words, if the energy that you absorb from the food you digest exceeds the energy you use through activity your body will store the excess, mostly in the form of bodyfat.

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Is fruit bad for you?

Is fruit bad for you?

19/07/2016

By Ben Coomber

Fruit has been demonised in many circles for many years, as the story goes that ‘fruit is nature’s candy’...

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Nitrates

Nitrates

05/07/2016

By Viktor Strom

Im very interested in optimising performance in unique ways and that's why I’m introducing myself with a blog detailing the use of dietary nitrates.

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Should you eat the cookie? The 2 most common flexible dieting misconceptions

Should you eat the cookie? The 2 most common flexible dieting misconceptions

14/06/2016

By Tommy Cole

Tell me I'm not allowed to eat cookies... and I'm gonna eat a cookie.

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Protein

Protein

07/06/2016

By Carl Greenslade

Protein comes from the Greek word 'protos' which means 'first', and is an essential nutrient (we really can't live without this bad boy). We can find protein in foods such as animal products, nuts and beans and it also contains 4 calories per gram.

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Is the WAY you eat making you fat?

Is the WAY you eat making you fat?

26/04/2016

By Polly Thng

Thanks to the internet, courses such as the BTN Academy and a rising national interest in health and nutrition, we are all pretty educated these days...

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Gluten – what the gut is going on?

Gluten – what the gut is going on?

19/04/2016

By Troy Martin

Much has been written about gluten over the years, especially since the rise of the Paleo Diet which has infiltrated not only the health and fitness realm but the general population, too.

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The Bruce Lee approach to dieting

The Bruce Lee approach to dieting

05/04/2016

By Tom Bainbridge

Bruce Lee is probably one of the most iconic figures of our time. His movies are legendary and he is credited with bridging some of the cultural gap which existed in America by being the first person to openly accept white Americans into his martial arts classes.

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Like a drink??

Like a drink??

01/03/2016

By Tom Bainbridge

When I’m coaching one of the main obstacles I find a lot of my clients face is that they enjoy drinking alcohol.

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Nutrition Science: Who’s laughing now?

Nutrition Science: Who’s laughing now?

08/08/2017

By Tom Bainbridge

I first got into nutrition just before the IIFYM movement managed to develop some real sway. This means that I joined this industry when people still HAD to eat six meals per day

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