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Protein: How Much Do You Really Need?

Protein is used by your body in numerous ways; immune function, to repaired muscular damage, teeth, hair, bone and skin. One of the most common issues when I do nutritional consultations with clients is too little protein. As a result the individual misses out on all of the benefits of this awesome macro nutrient. Today’s…

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Fish And Pepper Stir Fry

Ingredients                                                                                        Serves:2 2 Fish Fillets (use your preferred fish) 1 Yellow Capsicum 1 Red Capsicum 1 Sweet Capsicum 1 Stick of Celery 1 Large Brown Onion 2 cloves of garlic 3 Limes 2 Stalks Lemon Grass 3Tbs Vegetable Oil 100ml Sweet Chilli Sauce Himilayan Rock Salt Ground Black Pepper 1 1/2 Cups Rice Method Wash…

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Hearty Vegetable Soup

I know it’s summer in the northern hemisphere but I’m living in Melbourne and it’s friggin’ cold right now. This is exactly what I want after been out in the elements. Plus it’s super easy to make. I’ve been making big batches of this and freezing it. Enjoy! Ingredients                                                                                                    Serves: 2  1 Large Brown Onion…

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Crispy Skinned Chicken and Asian Inspired Vegetables

Ingredients                                                                                                    Serves: 2 440g packet Hokkein Noodles 2 Chicken Breast – Skin On (250g ea approx) 1/2 Yellow Capsicum 1/2 Red Capsicum 1 Onion 1/2 Leek 1 Tsp fresh crushed garlic 1 Tbs Cooking oil (not Olive Oil) 2 Tsp Yeo’s 100% Pure Sesame oil 3 Tbs Lee Kum Kee Oyster Sauce   Method  …

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Chicken Schnitzel and Garden Salad

I’ve teamed up with my friend Rob to bring you guys a nutritious and quick recipe each week. This week Rob has put together a delicious chicken schnitzel with garden salad. To find out more of Rob’s recipes you can follow him on Instagram @is_that_cake *Servings are for two Ingredients 1 Chicken Breast (250g approx) 1 Cos…

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9 Benefits of Fatloss

I know you’re hitting the gym to look better at the beach. In fact most fat loss advice is based around getting that beach ready body and looking good naked. While I don’t see anything wrong with the above motivations  there are much more benefits to losing fat than looking good with your top off. 1.…

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5 Ways To Help Form Healthy Habits And Behavior Changes In Your Clients

I‘M ALWAYS TRYING TO FIGURE OUT NEW WAYS TO IMPROVE MY RESULTS WITH CLIENTS. During my first two years as a trainer, I felt a little powerless with some clients. I told them all the right things. Reduce carbohydrates, eat more protein and veggies with every meal, strength train. The thing is, a lot of my clients…

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Eggs: The Hard Truth

Eggs, especially yolks have gotten a bad wrap over the last three decades. From causing heart disease to cancer to obesity, you name it, eggs have been blamed for it. It started during the “fat is bad” campaign in the 80s and was only made worse with shots of bodybuilders drinking glasses of raw eggs. This…

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8 Foods That Will Supercharge Your Brain

Whether it’s breezing through that work project or effortlessly finishing a university assignment, we all want to be more efficient and productive. We all have them days where you seem to be “on fire”. If you’re writing the words seem to write themselves. Ideas are plentiful and everything flows. Of course this doesn’t ever last…

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Free Online Coaching

I’m looking for 5 volunteers to undergo a 12-week online coaching program. I will write your workouts, provide nutrition advice and be available by e-mail as needed to guide you through. The workouts I create will be a mixture of strength training and yoga and designed to help you gain muscle and improve mobility. The nutrition…

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