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Meal replacement shakes also have a low glycemic index. The glycemic index (GI) is a measure of how quickly a food causes blood sugar levels to rise. Meal replacement shake, like other foods with a low glycemic index, release sugar into the blood more slowly and help control hunger.
Balancing a 9-5 job and taking care of your health can be a struggle to most. It’s hard to stay motivated to eat right, work out and get sufficient sleep each day. Naturally as humans, we tend to gravitate to what is easiest for us to achieve our goals. This is where protein shakes come into the picture.
In recent years, protein powder has steadily been gaining popularity especially among fitness enthusiasts. From smoothies or shakes to simple meal recipes, this mighty powder has become the top supplement people reach for, to include in their daily routine.
As we walk through the aisles of our local supermarkets these days, it’s becoming more and more common to see labels like “gluten-free”, “organic certified”, “100% natural” and “immune support”. Back in the days, the emphasis of food labels was more on the taste instead of nutritional benefits. However, since the pandemic, our society is evolving toindividuals are prioritisinge their health and being more aware ofpaying more attention to what they put in their body. Finally, the wake-up call we all needed!
Ever wonder why sometimes after a fun night out where you’ve indulged in countless amount of desserts and drinks, you wake up the next morning with pimples?
Today, dietary supplements have become an essential part of many consumers’ health and wellness regime. According to a global survey conducted by Herbalilfe Nutrition with the Council for Responsible Nutrition, average spending on vitamins, minerals, and other dietary supplements is about USD$286 per person per annum. On top of this, 24 percent of people consume more than three different supplements a week.
It goes without saying – good nutrition is the key to achieving good health and well-being. In an ideal world, we would all get this required nutrition fully from our diet. However, the reality is that often we neglect having nutritious food intake and practising a healthy lifestyle. Hence, diet intake alone may not be enough for your nutritional needs. This is where dietary supplements can come in and help fill the missing gaps.
Water is an essential component for a wide variety of bodily functions, ranging from regulating temperature to lubricating joints, organs and tissues, ensuring proper cell function and maintaining the immune system. But during an intense workout or sports activity, water alone may not be enough for our body to maintain optimal performance levels.
Today, it is common knowledge that athletes are big believers in protein – from any source – to build and maintain muscle mass. After all, muscles are made of protein and so augmenting your diet with extra protein would surely be beneficial for muscle growth.
While protein can be obtained from a various plant and animal sources, we still need to consistently provide our bodies with complete protein containing essential amino acids. These amino acids serve as building blocks and cannot be manufactured by our body.
Learning to control hunger is probably the biggest hurdle when you are on a weight loss plan. It is a complaint I hear more often than any other. Some people gripe about counting calories or keeping a food diary; others grumble about making time to exercise. But not a day goes by that someone does not tell me that they cannot stop feeling hungry and that they are “starving all the time!”
Our body needs The Big Three macronutrients – protein, carbs, and fats to carry out the day-to-day physical activities. While attaining a perfect balance between these macros is crucial to ensure your body receives wholesome nutrition, the intake proportion of the macronutrients varies depending on the type and intensity of the activity level that you are engaging in. The macro percentages for strength training, for example, differ somewhat from those for endurance runners. Hence, for athletes and active individuals, calculating the right balance of macronutrients is crucial as it can impact their training and sports performance.
Amino acids are the building blocks that our body uses to make all proteins. There are nine essential amino acids, three of which are the branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs): leucine, isoleucine, and valine. Together, they represent around 35to 40% of all essential amino acids present in the body, and 14 to 18% of those found in muscles.
All carbs are bad! - This common misconception has left people feeling confused about whether to consume carbs. People often opt for a low-carb diet without understanding that there are many healthy carbohydrate food sources to choose from, and that they are one of the Big Three macronutrients that our body needs.
The new year is an opportunity to rediscover a leaner, healthier and happier you. It is the time of the year when we take that extra effort to redefine our goals for the year to come, promising to maintain a healthy weight, taking a deeper look at our food choices, pledging to exercise regularly and paying attention to our skin.
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Those who exercise regularly need a balanced post-workout recovery routine, along with an active workout regime to train more efficiently. It not only helps prevent future injuries but also ensures you stay on track with your fitness journey. So, instead of dealing with fatigue and muscle pain, help your body feel better and recover faster with a post-workout nutrition plan.
We all want clear, well-nourished, radiant and healthy skin, but to achieve that, one must have the ability to distinguish facts from fiction. Thanks to social media and the constant buzz about new skincare fads, must-have products, anti-ageing treatments and tons of advice around from every corner, it becomes hard to separate the skincare myths from facts.
You are what you eat! Eating isn’t just about satisfying hunger. Nutrition is important for maintaining good health.
Choosing the right healthy breakfast can help boost energy, curb hunger, and affect how you feel and perform as you go about your day. A proper, healthy breakfast habit also sets the stage for healthier eating all day long and helps fuel your daily activities.
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