A Focus On Gluten
Gluten is a group of proteins found in grains like wheat, rye, spelt, and barley. There are two primary reasons that gluten could be causing you health or digestive issues: The form you’re getting it in - white bread is a primary example. The flour is highly processed and hasn’t...Read More
The #1 Way to Improve Your Gut Health
Stop consuming foods and drinks that weren’t designed to be eaten. Firstly, the ingredients on the back of a food label should be the ingredients that you intend on eating. For example, if a snack bar contains oats, dates, cocoa, etc. all of these you would be happy to eat....Read More
Simplifying Probiotics & Prebiotics
Probiotics are good gut bacteria, and prebiotics are fibre that feed these good bacteria. Each strain of probiotic (bacteria) has a different function, meaning one supplement on the shelf will have a different effect to the one next to it - which is why it’s so important not to roll...Read More
What’s The Best Protein For You? – Part 2
Here's part 2 of What's the Best Protein For You? Here are another few factors to consider when choosing your protein. 🔥 Anti-inflammatory To get a healthy bang for your buck out of the protein that you eat, consider trying some salmon (or most fatty fish). Salmon is high in...Read More
What’s The Best Protein For You? – Part 1
The best source of protein really does depend on what you want to get out of it! Different options can work best for different people with different focuses. 🧪 Bioavailability This is the extent to which we utilize the amino acids consumed in our meals for functional uses. Whey protein,...Read More
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