As an avid buyer of myprotein products, I try different snacks and tell you what’s worth buying and what’s worth saving your calories for. I even tell you my top 5 picks, and describe the taste, texture and macros for you. Ready to find out more? Let’s go!
As an Asian, whether you’re Chinese, Malay or Indonesian, you probably remember a childhood combination of rice, egg and soy sauce. This recipe allowed me to enjoy all of those, and still meet my nutritional needs. I hope it meets yours too!
Dealing with good nutrition is challenging, especially with all the information out there, which can often be very confusing, but here’s how you can approach nutrition in a more sustainable manner. 1. Start Slow We’re typically in the biggest pain and want to rush to “work” when we discover how we look and feel. After…
We all know that diets usually fail, but follow them anyway. After all, it’s the first solution that pops up to our mind, no matter how hard a diet is. That said, this article explores why diets suck, and how to make it better for you.
Instant noodles are often seen as highly processed, unhealthy and downright junk. But with recent advancement in technology, can they help us in our pursue to a better diet and nutrition?
Here’s the truth: Females are not the same as males physiologically speaking, and in sports, that is important. Whether you are talking about sports performance, body composition, health or overall well-being, understanding how being a female affects you in sports and play can be a big game changer. What Makes A Female So Different? The…
Due to different circumstances (Busy at work, Family Commitments, A Freaking PANDEMIC), we might choose be forced to stay away from training for weeks, sometimes months.
Thankfully, time from training is not forever, and we will be able to train again. As we head back to training, here are some considerations to make, and how to use nutrition to support them.
It’s an article about ice cream from a nutritionist. I feel like our title nailed the post. Go ahead, read it!
Pop in to any major fitness organization like the well respected American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and you will notice a training guide for cardiovascular fitness using heart rate zones. This has sparked the question: “Can running in the fat burning zone really help me to burn fat?” To help answer that, we need…
Unfortunately, research with regards to protein and running is not as comprehensive compared to other strength and hypertrophy sports, leaving runners to quite a bit of guesswork. This article aims to shed some light on current research, along with practical recommendation.
One of the hardest, but most important things to do in life is to manage our time, and unfortunately, as we face new transitions in life, so will how we manage our time. Thankfully, the food industry has advanced to a point where we can spend as little as 30 seconds to prepare a full meal, allowing us to stay healthy and still deal with the important things in life.
We have all been there. 6 days a week, training at least an hour a day, joining fitness classes, doing lots of cardio, or burning your training at hardcore HIIT sessions, hoping to burn the calories and look amazing. Alas, after all the hard work, it feels as if nothing has changed. You step on…
One of my favorite ways to enjoy pumpkin is to blend it into soup, giving it a nice, creamy flavor without the calories. Not only is pumpkin a great source of bulk for very little calories, it also provides a good amount of vitamin A, which is helpful for eye health. While pumpkin soup taste…
The running community often ask to clarify if they should fuel their run using carbohydrates or fats. Some of these debates have even caused friendships to end and relationships to sour. I attempt to provide some insights for this question with evidence based nutrition today to hopefully help some of you get better answers!
As somebody starting out on your fitness journey, you might hear a lot about protein, and have questions, but nobody to answer you. I have compiled some of the common questions received on protein and posted it into one big FAQ so you can find all your protein related questions answered here.
With the entire world going on various methods of stay home protocol to practice physical distancing, many of us have been taught and encouraged to stay home as much as possible.Unfortunately, this also means that the supermarket is now one of the potential hotspots where a cluster may form. To avoid becoming part of the cluster, you need to learn how to shop in the supermarket fast, and leave faster. Here’s how.
High in protein, low in carbs, and taste just like pancakes. Here’s how you make these delicious breakfast treats!
I love a good burger, but society believes burgers to be unhealthy, fattening, or mainly for the high calorie. Find out how I make this delightful burger a little healthier!
While other athletes can stop and grab their nutrients in between rest period, endurance athletes are constantly on the go. Not only does this increase their energy output, it also means the amount of fuel they carry may have a direct effect on their performance – carry too many fuels and you’ll slow down. This means that an endurance nutrition plan before race must be properly strategized beforehand, or the athlete may risk performing poorly. Here are 5 ways a solid nutrition strategy will help endurance athletes improve their performance.
Changing your eating behavior can drastically help you reduce the amount of calories you end up putting into your mouth, creating a direct effect on your weight loss. Here are 4 ways you can change how you eat!