We all love oatmeal, no matter if its quick oats, steel cut or rolled. Oatmeal is a diverse food that delivers a great source of fibre, iron, magnesium and energizing b-vitamins. Not too mention it’s also been shown to help with digestion, and have heart health benefits. The best part of oatmeal, you can add many different ingredients to add even more benefits, not to mention create many different flavours! Try these 8 healthy ingredients to help pump up your oatmeal!
You have probably heard that daily fibre intake is an important part of a healthy diet. What’s more foods high in fiber are not hard to find, in fact many can be found in the foods you are probably already familiar with! But despite this fact many of us still do not get enough fibre in our diet. In fact, most consume less than 50% of the recommended dietary fibre in-take needed for good health! So, what exactly are the health benefits of fibre? Keep reading to find out everything you have ever needed to know about your daily fibre intake, how much you need and how to get more of it!
For the past four weeks I’ve been using the Lumen device. The first device that apparently ‘hacks your metabolism’. I wanted to use Lumen, partly to see how the device works, but also to see if Lumen could help someone like me – a seasoned dieter, nutritionist, healthy eater and former athlete!
Over the years, I have collected, researched, and experimented on myself via years of competition dieting and training, as well with clients on what works for women and what doesn’t, so in this post, I’m sharing 8 key steps on how you can turbo charge your results to a lean body.
Do you know how many calories you actually need to reach your body goals? I’m talking about building sexy curves – an hourglass. And to get those curves, you need to eat a diet that is not in deficit, that means you need to eat more calories than you’re burning.
Traditional keto diets are centered on a diet that is made up of mostly fat – 75 to 80% of your calories; while 10 to 15% come from protein and the remaining 10 to 5% from carbs. This diet limits carbs so much, that it forces your body to use up any fat on the body as fuel in a process called ketosis.
Want a fit body? Simple use these five steps to fit meal planning! Contrary to popular belief you do not have to starve yourself to get a fit curvy body, it just takes following the right meal planning ahead of time!