Intermittent Fasting with Flexible Eating

Intermittent Fasting (IF) may sound complex but this nutrition strategy is actually quite simple. In a nutshell, it involves following an eating pattern that cycles between feeding and fasting.

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5 tips for Flexible Eating Success

Avril Lavigne said it best, “Why d’you have to go and make things so complicated?” Being successful at anything in this world requires to key components. Simplicity and consistency. Whatever it is you’re trying to achieve, break it down into it’s most simplest components and then repeatedly do those things. With this model, here’s our thoughts on how to achieve flexible eating success.

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Own Your Eating – EP 5 – Mindset

Jason and Roz dive headlong into mindset. From mantras to the Reticular Activating System, mindset and positive talk plays a huge role in success on your nutrition journey.

To learn more about the Reticular Activating System, watch Jason discuss

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How To Stay On Track Whilst Eating Out

Eating out is often thought of as a quick, convenient and enjoyable experience. Restaurants provide an environment where you can relax in the company of good friends and appreciate a delicious meal. Despite this, eating out can be a major source of anxiety and discomfort for many of us. Why? Well a huge number of us struggle with keeping our weight in check. Because of this, many subscribe to a life-long dieting mindset and worry about staying on track when eating out. When faced with huge portion sizes, alcohol, peer pressure, overly salted or sugary foods, is it any wonder why?

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Race Day Nutrition – 5 easy breakfast ideas

People often underestimate how critical a role nutrition plays in fitness. Proper nutrition can increase or diminish the effect of your training efforts. Strategies such as carbohydrate-loading are widely used by endurance athletes (find out more in the Low-Down on Carb-Loading) but a good athlete knows their nutrition plan doesn’t finish the night before their race. Race day nutrition, usually starting with the pre-race breakfast is just as important, as it helps to replenish your liver glycogen stores that have depleted during the night. Liver glycogen keeps your blood-sugar levels steady during exercise and helps stave off fatigue.

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