Nutrition Articles

How to use My Fitness Pal

Counting calories has been shown to be an extremely successful method of losing weight, it’s something that I have used with hundreds of my Online Personal Training clients. In order get results with it, you need to be able to use a calorie counting app, such as My Fitness Pal. In this article I show you how to use My Fitness Pal properly, so that you can lose weight effectively.

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5 Tips To Ensure You Don’t Wreck Your Diet At The Weekend

You’ve “been good” all week. You’ve stuck to your diet meticulously, exercised regularly and on the whole you’re feeling pretty good with how things are going.

Then the weekend sneaks up on you like a windshield on a bug and throws everything into disarray. 

 So, what do you do? Avoid social situations all together? Become a recluse? Lock yourself in the house with basic rations?

In this article, I’m going to tell you how you can deal with social situations and avoid binge eating your good work away, so that you can enjoy a glass of wine and still lose weight.

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Why I Hate Cheat Meals

I used to binge on food. I’d stick to a diet all week and then have a “cheat meal” at the weekend, which would turn into a cheat day, or even a cheat weekend. Then I’d “start again” on Monday. Sound familiar?

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3 Breakfast Smoothie Recipes

3 Breakfast Smoothie Recipes

Do you struggle with eating breakfast in the morning? Perhaps you don’t always have time to make it, or maybe you just can’t bring yourself to eat a breakfast high in protein? In this article I give you my 3 favourite breakfast smoothie recipes that are not only packed with protein, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals, but are also extremely quick to make.

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Meal Prepping 101

Meal Prepping 101

Being organised and prepping your food in advance is essential to getting in shape and eating healthier. But for many people, the idea of batch cooking can seem daunting. If you struggle to organise yourself well enough to prep your meals, then this article will show you how easy it is to start taking control in the kitchen.

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Health Foundations - Consume Plenty of Water

Health Foundations - Consume Plenty of Water

We all know that water is vital for life, you wouldn’t last too long if you were to go without water for more than a few days. But do you all know how important staying hydrated is to basic everyday functions?

70% of our body and 80% of our brain is made up of water, which in itself should serve to highlight how important water is. Vital organs such as your liver and kidneys require ample hydration in order to function. Go without water for a couple of days and these vital organs will begin to shut down completely, which is never going to be good!!

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3 Simple Tips for Better Nutritional Habits

3 Simple Tips for Better Nutritional Habits

When we conduct our initial consultations with clients, we often find that for many, food has become something that they see either as a chore, or something that takes a backseat in their day, with other, “more important” tasks taking precedence within their day. We immediately start to encourage clients to think more, not just about what they eat, but how they eat.

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A Guide to Carb Cycling for Fat Loss and Health

A Guide to Carb Cycling for Fat Loss and Health

Carb cycling is a method we at Body Solutions London have used for some time. It is my preferred method following the initial low carb phase that clients will often experience in the initial stages of a fat loss transformation. Carb cycling is not just a fat loss method though it is also a great health promoting protocol.

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Eating for Fat Loss on a Budget

Eating for Fat Loss on a Budget

Often we will get asked how you can eat healthy for fat loss on a budget. Whilst we truly believe the cleaner the food the better, i.e. organic fruits and vegetables, grass fed meats etc, this is not always possible for everyone’s budgets.

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How much should I eat to lose weight?

How much should I eat to lose weight?

In this article I’ll be answering that common question “How much should I eat to lose weight?” as well as provide you with 3 handy steps to help you work out exactly how much you personally should be eating, plus a breakdown of your macro-nutrients when trying to lose fat.

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How to win in the kitchen and boost your fat loss

How to win in the kitchen and boost your fat loss

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand that if you want to be in shape, then you have to eat well, and if you’re going to eat well, you need to know how to cook and prepare food. This seems to scare a lot of people, talking about a “diet” seems to stress people out, something that should be relatively easy, becomes an added stress to our already stress laden lives.

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Simple Nutrition Tricks For Long Term Success

Simple Nutrition Tricks For Long Term Success

Changing eating habits and maintaining them long term is key to ensuring that once you lose weight / body fat, it stays off. Many people will have a target weight or dress size in mind once they begin a more traditional diet. Upon reaching this goal it is normally a green light to return to old eating habits.

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3 Nutrition tips for whilst travelling with work

3 Nutrition tips for whilst travelling with work

Achieving the body we desire is as much about consistency than anything else. One of the biggest challenges with remaining consistent is being taken out of your normal daily routine, this is often demonstrated even with Monday – Friday food intake compared to Saturday and Sunday food intake.

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Are high potein diets safe, and how much is right for you?

Are high potein diets safe, and how much is right for you?

This is a question I get asked frequently, often someone has read somewhere that eating protein is bad for the kidneys, is bad for your bones and will cause dehydration, yet they have also read an article that says the opposite, such as a high protein diet can actually help increase bone mass and is not harmful to the kidneys. Government guidelines suggest aiming for around 0.8 grams per kg of body weight, in my view this is insufficient for most people, so how much should you aim for and what levels are safe?

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The Meat and Nut Breakfast: Why it works

The Meat and Nut Breakfast: Why it works

Why the Meat and Nut Concept Works

The meat and nut breakfast has been popularised by Canadian Strength and Conditioning Coach Charles Poliquin. Of all the things I have learnt from Charles and the Biosignature courses this concept of protein and fat in the morning for breakfast is probably the one I apply the most with great success. Whilst it is not for everyone, I have found that in around 95% of cases this is a great breakfast choice, especially if you are storing a little excess fat around your mid-section and on the side of the body, or for those that have poor morning energy or mental clarity.

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