Category Archives: Nutrition

  • Ladies, you may be eating a well-rounded diet, but are you getting enough protein to support your performance and physique goals? Here’s what the latest research recommends! From hormones and enzymes to muscles and the immune system, every cell in …read more

  • A high stress lifestyle can ruin your fat loss goals. Read this article to learn how stress affects fat loss as well as 4 strategies to deal with stress. You’re looking in the mirror. You’re frustrated that your abs aren’t …read more

  • I took most of last year off from the gym which in turn did mean I had no real focus on any long term training or nutrition plan. Coming off the back of a serious bout of depression and anxiety, …read more

  • Proper nutrition and supplementation is an absolute necessity for athletic performance and optimum health. Put it in the most simplistic way: you cannot expect a high performance machine, or an athlete either, to perform at peak level on cheap fuel. …read more

  • The road to the Finals…. So as I look back this year I realise this is actually my 20th year competing!! That’s over 40 competitions along the way, including , one broken back, 2 herniated discs, one torn bicep, 2 …read more

  • Try this healthier twist on a classic family recipe. Turkey is traditionally leaner than chicken and using mince made with thigh meat helps to keep these meatballs really moist. Ingredients 4 tsp olive oil or sunflower oil 1 onion, finely …read more

  • So everything has been a bit hectic and crazy recently so apologies for having not written for some time. I had been busy prepping for competition and it has finally sunk in that I won the Muscletalk Championships in Bedford …read more

  • Nutritional Information Calories per serving: 234 Fat per serving: 17.4g Saturated fat per serving: 8.3g Monounsaturated fat per serving: 5.6g Polyunsaturated fat per serving: 2.2g Protein per serving: 16g Carbohydrates per serving: 2g Fiber per serving: 0.0g Cholesterol per serving: …read more

  • 17/06/2014

    Forget low-fat versus low-carb; protein is the nutrient most of us need more of to stay healthy, slim, and energized—especially at breakfast. That’s why eggs are our favorite way to start the day. They’re loaded with protein and vitamin D, …read more

  • An energy-boosting breakfast pot that makes a great alternative to cereal and will keep you full until lunch kcalories: 694 protein: 28g carbs: 53g fat: 41g saturates: 8g fibre: 6g sugar: 45g salt: 0.3g   Ingredients 1) 3 tbsp chopped …read more

  • Wheyhey Ice Cream

  • MVP Biotech

  • Gold Standard Whey

  • Grenade

  • Featured Advertisers