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Made from a mix of nut butter, wholegrain oats, dates, coconut and a little honey, these peanut butter protein balls couldn’t be any easier to make. Perfect as a 3pm snack and for warding off hunger pains in between meals. INGREDIENTS 3/4 cup peanut or almond butter (additive free) 2 tbsp honey or desired sweetener 1 cup […]

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For the competitive runners amongst us, one of the biggest fears and frustrations is often the inability to complete a race or reach a PB. Despite training hard, it’s often a lack of knowledge surrounding the links between nutrition and running that can be the cause. Here are five ways to eat for your best race, […]

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You’ve heard it before: breakfast is the most important meal, helping to kickstart your metabolism, stabilise blood sugar levels and reduces the chance of making poor food choices throughout the rest of the day. But with our demanding lives we often find ourselves scratching our heads to think of quick and healthy bite to eat. […]

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The Mediterranean is a glamorous part of the world – synonymous with tanned bodies, rich foods and picturesque coastlines. It’s also home to some of the healthiest people in the world. As a result, their diet has been the source of much research. But calling it a diet isn’t really accurate. It’s a lifestyle, and […]

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These protein-packed stuffed portobello mushrooms are everyone’s favourite. A nourishing morsel filled with nutrient-rich nuts, beans and vitamins (especially vitamin D) makes them a perfect finger food or complementary side to fish or meat. Serves 2-3 as a main or 4 as a side. INGREDIENTS  8 large Portobello mushrooms, stems removed 200g can cannellini beans, rinsed, […]

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Are you getting the nutrients you need to power through your HIIT class? Or do you sometimes feel like you’re running on empty? Lookout for these 5 common signs you’re not eating enough to fuel your workout. 1. YOU TIRE QUICKLY Most people will experience fatigue at some stage in their workout which can bring […]

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