If you’re toying with the idea of trying a vegan way of life, flexitarianism is a great place to start. It’ll give you a taste of what a vegan diet looks like, but with the flexibility of reverting back to meat / fish / dairy on certain days. You may choose to continue on a flexitarian diet for life – it’s not just a transition diet!
I think we can all agree that life is about balance. There’s no point in training hard seven days a week if you pay no attention at all to any other aspects of your life, like what you eat, how you sleep and how you manage your stress levels.
Making small changes in life, leads to awesome rewards. So rather than trying to win the lottery or shed 10 pounds in a week, try incorporating these small changes into your lifestyle and watch your health and happiness grow
We’re all aware that being active is key to a healthy life. What does this mean exactly? Maybe it’s getting our steps in, going out for a run (did you start doing this during lockdown and kept it going? If so, then awesome!), heading out on your bike or even getting a gym session in. All this is great. But how much attention are you paying to what you eat?
Cooking at home is a great way to get a healthy dinner that’s high in protein but low in calories. Unfortunately, there are some common bad habits that can turn an otherwise healthy evening meal into a major challenge for your metabolism.