Visceral adipose tissue (VAT) is the ‘bad fat’ around the internal organs and an identified culprit in cardio-metabolic diseases, hence an important target of exercise programmes and nutrition. Can exercise target VAT reduction? This article is based on a research review (See the link… Continue Reading “Exercise training v calorie deficit diets: which is best to improve body weight & VAT fat?”
Meal prep is definitely the ‘in’ thing right now. Eating well is a priority – but a challenge. Many people cite lack of time as a reason for eating poorly, and understandably so – we all lead busy lives, and getting creative and healthy… Continue Reading “7 tips to develop healthy eating habits”
Sound familiar? Well have a look at this picture then. This person has just run 3.1miles, which is just over 5km. They did it at quite a decent pace: 9:15 minute miles which is just over 5 minute / km. that’s around 30 mins… Continue Reading “I’ll just work it off tomorrow, it’ll be ok..”
The Dietary Guidelines recommend consuming only moderate amounts of sugars and foods containing sugars. The recommendations suggest limiting our intake of soft drinks, cordials and juice drinks, warning that just 250ml of soft drink may contain up to 30g of added sugar.
This post was promted by a client who recently said to me ‘Theres only so much salad I can eat before I get sick of it!’. Salads don’t have to be boring, neither does healthy eating!