body composition, Fitness & Exercise, Health, nutrition, Sport Nutrition, Weight Loss

Fake News and Nutrition – Bad Science 101

It seems like every day the newspapers print some rubbish about fitness or nutrition. The headline is more often than not scary and sensationalist. No surprises there then. I mean, the job of the press isn't to educate you (perhaps controversial nut unfortunately true) but to sell papers. Using click-bait headlines that evoke emotional responses from readers is the most tried and tested way of doing this.

body composition, Fitness & Exercise, Health, nutrition, Weight Loss

The Carbs Make You Fat Myth

I sat there as a young, impressionable, budding nutritionist, absorbing all the information I was being told by a nutrition guru I looked up to at the time. Information that I now know to be complete BS.

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Free ‘Fat Burning’ Training Plan

Below is a video outlining the program for you to follow. I decided to write this short blog to accompany the video to make the whole thing clearer for you. Let me just clarify a few things first.

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Calorie Counting Done Right

I’m a nutrition coach and it never ceases to amaze me how little people understand energy balance. I have explained this in some previous blogs like this one (HERE) or this one (HERE). I have also done numerous videos on this topic, one of which you can see lower down this article. So, to help you stop pissing in the wind here is a brief introduction to how Calories work and how to estimate and track your Calories.

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Why crash diets are almost always a bad idea

One day highly restrictive 1,200kcal diets will die and so too will juice cleanses, shake diets and any form of starvation diet. Why? Because they suck arse and WILL damage your health, and not just your physical health but your mental health.