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As with most high-protein foods, eggs promote the release of dopamine and norepinephrine, which are ‘feel-good’ chemicals that can heighten mood and bolster energy. Try this household staple poached on Sweet Potato toast (yes, it’s a thing) topped with creamy cashew hollandaise sauce – for a delicious gluten free brunch.   INGREDIENTS 1 medium sweet potato, […]

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Your relationship with food is personal. From the ice cream that soothes your sadness to the bliss balls that picks you up mid-morning. Food makes you feel something. In fact, numerous studies have shown that food has the power to change your brain’s chemical structure and alter your mood entirely. In the words of Sherry […]

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Whether your immune system is weak due to stress, lack of sleep or excessive training, these five foods can help boost your winter workout. ROLLED OATS This fibre-rich wholegrain does more than just tame cholesterol. The beta-glucan (a type of fibre) found in oats helps boost the activity of white blood cells that gobble up […]

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These crimson beauties pack a serious health punch with nine times the antioxidants and double the Vitamin A of navel oranges. The only citrus fruit to contain Anthocyanins – a potent antioxidant to help boost immunity and fight heart disease, try our No Bake Blood Orange tart while they’re in season.     INGREDIENTS: tart base […]

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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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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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Eat the rainbow with this nourishing and nutrient-dense Chicken and Quinoa Salad. It contains cancer fighting antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties to help protect your body against disease. Plus, it makes a great post-workout meal with plenty of protein and slow releasing (Low GI) carbohydrates for muscle regeneration and repair. Serves 4 INGREDIENTS 1 red capsicum, […]

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