There is a perception that you can’t become a professional athlete or perform in sporting events to a high standard if you follow a vegetarian diet. Hundreds of vegetarian athletes across the globe have proven this is nothing but a myth; with a well-balanced diet and a smart training plan, you can achieve great results in any sport.
In an effort to be healthier and look and feel better, we see too many people resort to extreme diets or overly intense exercise regimes and then ‘fall off the band wagon’ and wonder why they can’t keep it up for more than a couple of weeks. We see the most effective results in our members when they decide to make incremental lifestyle changes that are sustainable long-term.
Fibre lowers your blood sugar levels, makes your intestines move faster, reduces your chance of contracting colon cancer and helps keep you regular. Read on to find out which foods contain high amounts of fibre that you can incorporate into your diet.
Studies have proven time and time again that exercise is crucial to living a healthy lifestyle. Regardless, the statistics surrounding exercise in the UK show that more than 20 million people are physically inactive. The Department of Health even goes as far to say an inactive lifestyle is a ‘silent killer’, reinforcing just how effective exercise can be.
BCAAs stands for “Branched Chain Amino Acids.” Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. In total, there are nine essential amino acids, but leucine, isoleucine, and valine are the three that are key to helping you maintain muscle. You can buy these in powder form as a dietary supplement.