Category Archives: Food and Nutrition
In recent years, people have begun to care more and more about the food they eat. Some people are switching to vegetarian or vegan diets, others are eating only organic foods, and others still have taken up growing their own food. And while reasons may vary from person to person, an awareness of food and its safety is definitely growing. If you're the type of person who doesn't give much thought to the food you eat, keep reading to find out why that should change. Some Food is Downright
In these times of economic hardship, it's not surprising many people are doing everything in their power to get by via the tightest of margins. With soaring energy bills, ever-rising fuel costs and the housing market becoming inflated, the cost of living crisis that has become the order of the day for the Labour Party is indeed much more real than simply existing as a piece of political schoolyard rhetoric. But rather than entering 'an all guns blazing' argument about just how hard-pushed ordinary
Whether you have been in the gym your entire life and you consider yourself an expert athlete or if you are someone who has only been training for a few months and are still relatively a novice trainer, it can be extremely frustrating when your body plateaus and you stop noticing improvements. After all, nobody wants to put all that effort and hard work in, only to maintain the same results. Luckily, there might be some things you can do to kick things into high gear. Here are five tools that will
As we bolt our doors and huddle around the fire this winter, it can be very heart-warming to look ahead to the summer and think about all of the things that we want to do once the nights get lighter and the temperatures start to pick up once more. One of the classic summer activities is the garden barbecue party. If you are looking for inspiration, you may need to look all the way on the other side of the world, but it will be worth it as the Aussies have made the BBQ part of their culture.
Generally, water is the best fluid for your body, hell you're made up of 75% of it! However, if you exercise for longer than an hour or in a hot/humid environment, you may need to supplement your hydration. In order to replace the carbohydrates used to fuel exercise and the electrolytes lost in sweat, sports drinks are optimal. They allow you to replenish your sources of vitamins, minerals, and carbohydrates. The additional nutrients will often stave off feelings of fatigue. It is also