Make your own tasty and filling granola bars, with just
112 calories each. This recipe is good for adding, removing and substituting
different ingredients, so you can play around and customise it to suit your
tastes and preferences!
Whip up a big batch and keep them for when you need a
healthy, no-fuss snack…
Chia seeds are a great addition to your
diet plan, helping you to lose weight more efficiently by providing you with
essential nutrients, protein, soluble fibre, vitamins and minerals. And they’ll
fill you up and give you plenty of energy- so you’ll be able to get through
your fitness plan with no trouble.
Have you ever noticed that you feel more hungry when you’re
tired? Getting a good night’s sleep might just be the key element missing from
your weight loss program. Recent studies have shown that there is a link
between the amount of sleep we get and the hormones that impact our hunger
levels. So better sleep means less cravings and more energy, helping you to
stay on track with your goals. To really see results in your weight loss
efforts, what you need is a good balance of healthy eating, regular exercise,
and restful, re-energising sleep.
low-fat banana muffins make a delicious afternoon snack when you need a little
energy boost- without ruining you weight loss efforts. Full of flavour and low
in carbs, these are a healthy alternative to store-bought muffins and other
recipe makes 12 banana muffins. Each one contains only 79.5 calories, with 17.1
grams of carbs and 0.6 grams of fat. And best of all, they’re quick and easy to
make. Here’s how you can make these yummy muffins at home…
Losing weight can be a daunting task, especially when there are so many diets out there to choose from. How do you know what is the best diet for you, which you can stick to, lose weight successfully and most importantly, safely? With so many ‘fad diets’ and false promises out there, make sure you read on so you won’t fall for any scams and chose a diet that firstly, becomes a healthy lifestyle, and secondly, is suitable for your individual needs.
Dietary guidelines recommend eating 20-35 grams of fibre each day, but studies show that most of us only get half that amount. Luckily, there are plenty of ways you can add more fibre into your regular diet,. Here’s why you should be filling up on fibre rich foods, and what you should be eating…