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14.06.2021
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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When following the Ketogenic diet your daily food intake would be made up of approximately 70% fat, 15-25% protein and the remaining 5% in low energy carbohydrates. The Keto diet is not zero carbohydrates which is a big mistake many people make when starting this type of eating plan. The goal of following the Keto diet is to get your body into Ketosis. This occurs when the body runs out of glycogen as its main source of fuel for energy and switches over to fat as its preferred source. There are many things you need to consider when undertaking this diet and this info-graphic provides you with very simple and clear illustrations of what to do.

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14.06.2021
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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I have shared many great articles over the past years showing how people simple ways to prevent or overcome various health problems. It is fair to say that a majority of these articles relate more to people aged in their 40s plus, as most of the health problems we see tend to become very obvious as we age. We tend to forget that people in their 20s face many different struggles, and in this modern age of technology advancing at an astonishingly rapid rate we can take for granted the health problems affecting them. In this article I asked our trainer Kim Logan who is in 25 to explore the big problems facing our young generation today.

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28.05.2021
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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We all know that losing weight is the most popular goal held by most people and we are constantly striving to shed the kilos and slim down in the belief it will make us happy and feel better about ourselves. Studies show that the average person will ty to lose weight 15 times throughout their life. Unfortunately, the very act of trying to lose weight for most people is a very unhappy experience and can even cause severe health problems. We believe that to be healthy we must strive to make our body suffer by starving our body of food and punishing it with exercise. Most of the plans for losing weight are still based upon the calorie deficit model which sounds simple in theory, but is ignorant to many health principles that we must abide by. We are constantly bombarded with advertising claiming to help people lose weight in a short amount of time. This unrealistic expectation along with the endless Instagram fitspiration images has many convinced this is what they have to do. Deep down we know these claims are false and that finding long lasting results takes considerable time and effort. Yet so many people take this route anyway hoping it all works out for them, which it rarely does. In this article, we are going to provide you with the right knowledge and tools to help you on your journey to improving your health and ultimately losing weight the right way. And most importantly, learning how to keep it off!

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