With the summer fast approaching so begins the scramble to get in shape.
Protein is one of the three main macronutrients, or macros, that make up you diet, the others being carbohydrates and fats.
First things first you need to be in a calorie deficit to achieve fat loss. This is fundamental.
If you want to lose weight, you need to be in a calorie deficit. Diets that deliver a calorie deficit work.
Consuming the right nutrients is incredibly important for meeting your health and fitness goals. Not eating the right balance of nutrients can lead to fat gain, muscle loss and reduced athletic performance.
If you want to get fit, lose fat or gain muscle, training intensity is potentially the most crucial factor in your training.
Last month the government unveiled plans to cut 20% of calories in many popular foods by 2024. This is part of a wider plan by the government to tackle serious health problems in our country, not least of all being obesity.
Why do we need to set goals? They give you a clear target. It’s progress can be measured and tracked if you know what your focus is. It makes you less. likely to give up early
You might have seen an article in the paper last month claiming that a third of UK adults underestimate their calorie intake. Is this true, and is it a problem?