A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be sent a pair of Proskins leggings. After hearing multiple blogger/social media superstars rave about the tummy-flattering, bottom hugging compression leggings, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on a pair. Continue reading
Yup, you heard right. Healthy Millionaire’s Shortbread. These little squares of heaven contain just a few ingredients and take 20 minutes to make. The perfect weekend treat! Just try not to eat them all at once… Continue reading
It’s 9pm on one of the warmest Saturdays of the year. As I write this, all I want is to down an ice-cold glass (bottle) of Prosecco. Instead, I am chowing down on a big bowl of carbs, planning out my 26.2 mile route around all (yes, all) of London’s parks tomorrow. Why would I be torturing myself in this way you may ask? Just keep on reading, and you might find out… Continue reading
Everyone talks about carb loading, but how important really is that XXL bowl of pasta the night before your first marathon? Knowing what to eat before a long run can be confusing. The internet is full of info on running nutrition and hydration, with so much detail that it can leave you feeling overwhelmed and even more confused than you were to begin with. This post will keep things as simple as possible and hopefully help you work out a pre-run meal plan that suits you whilst maximising race-day performance. Continue reading
Anyone who knows me, knows I love a good protein bar. They’re the easiest “grab and go” snack and can be found in nearly every supermarket these days. However, a daily Grenade Bar could end up costing you £60 a month which is equivalent to a whopping £700 a year!! The bars are also often packed full of artificial sweeteners and other weird ingredients (yup, that’s why they taste so yum), so much so that you may actually be better off eating a bar of Dairy Milk and having a shake! So I’m here to solve all of your problems. These delicious homemade protein bars contain no artificial sweeteners and the recipe can be adapted to your individual taste. Triple choc chip? PB with Crunchie spread topping? You name it. The best thing? The basic recipe works at out under 70p per bar. DREAMY. Keep on readin’ for the full recipe.
Unless you’ve been living in a deep dark hole for the past few weeks, you would know that the first ever Balance Festival was taking place this weekend. Whether you’re a complete newbie to the ever-growing London fitness fanatic army or had to make one of life’s hardest decisions this weekend (Body Power? What’s Body Power?), this 3 day celebration of food, fitness and wellness has something for everyone. Whether you’re planning on heading to The Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane today, or just want to get excited for next year (363 day to go!), keep on reading for a full review of my ideal, jam-packed Saturday. Don’t worry if you haven’t got pre-purchased festival tickets as they are available on the door for £35. Continue reading
It’s 3 o’ clock. Lunch seems like an eternity ago and there’s absolutely no way you’ll survive a gym sesh and the tube home without feeding that little monster inside your STARVING belly that just will. not. shut. up. Cue: The 3pm Snaccident, Episode 2. Continue reading
As some of you may have read in my previous most, I have decided to experiment with my macros. I won’t ramble on about why I have decided to start tracking my calorie and protein intake in this post, but if you want to find out more about my reasoning, head on over to https://mybusinessbody.com/2017/02/14/why-ive-decided-to-track-my-macros/.
In this post, I’m going to clear up all those confusions. Bulking? Cutting? “IIFYM”? These are all buzz words we don’t hear the end of these days, and until recently, I had no idea what 99% of them meant. If you’re like me and think “TDEE” is some sort of medical disease, carry on readin’. In 5 minutes time, you’ll be a complete macro pro.
Nope, I’m not entering into a bikini comp and nope, I’m not “shredding” or looking to gain muscle. The reason I’ve decided to experiment with calorie intake and macro composition is to learn more about my body, what I fuel it with and what a “balanced diet” really is. I have never been someone who counts calories or tries to pack as much protein as physically possible into every meal but at the same time, I am very aware of what I put into my body but generally I eat what I want, how much I want and when I want. Continue reading
So I’m that girl who, the second I finish my last mouthful of lunch, I’m thinking about what to eat next. Sat at a desk for 11-12 hours a day and eating every meal out of gross stained tupperware does, unsurprisngly get boring. No matter how hard I try and how many different recipes I experiment with, eating the same chickpea and lentil curry for lunch and dinner 4 days in a row just. isn’t. fun. However, I still don’t want to spend 95% of my evenings cooking up the latest Madeleine Shaw recipe, eating it at 9:30pm (lukewarm post insta photo) and getting into bed on a overly-stuffed belly because I was that hungry. So, I keep on doing it and have now eaten chilli for lunch 5 days this week and never, ever want to see a kidney bean again in my life. Continue reading