Welcome to my nutrition Blog
My nutrition blog is all about the important things to help you live a healthier lifestyle. This includes educating you about macros and a calorie guide to different foods you love, including fast food.
This will help you on your journey to a healthier you. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments below. Or contact me directly!
When you’re new to nutritional foods, you might hear the term macros get thrown around a lot. This week on my social media I will be educating you about Macros.
We’re kick starting 2020 with a nutritional blog on what you should be thinking about. It’s not about how fast you run on the treadmill. It’s about what you put on your plate.
Find out about the calorie value of Naked, Innocent and your favourite fizzy canned drinks.
Every one is nuts about nuts, but do you know their nutritional value? Find out which nuts you should be putting in your meals.
We checked the nutritional value of mcDonalds so you don’t have to. Find out the calorie value of your favourite fast food.
Do you find it difficult to get your protein? We’ve looked at the protein vs calories in some popular foods.
In summer time and the weather is hot, what do you want? Ice Cream! Find out the nutritional value of popular Ice Cream.
Simple foods that are perfect in salads or snacking. Find out the nutritional value of these low cal foods.
Sometimes it’s easy to feel disheartened after eating a whole pizza. But it’s important to compare it to other foods. If you sauce it, count it. It’s easy to lose track of your macros by ignoring simple things like sauces.
We all love burgers, but do you know the nutritional value of your favourite burger? We’ve made a graphic to help you track your macros more easily.
Are you a bit of a cookie monster? We looked at the calories in your favourite cookies to help you track your macros more easily.
Did you most of the time dried fruit has more calories and sugar in it than many chocolate bars? It’s easy to assume it’s healthy. Find out the calories and sugar in your favourite fruits.
We all love to snack, especially on the weekend. Here is a graphic of popular snacks and their calories so you can keep track of your macros.
When your coffee has the same calories as a meal, it’s not really a coffee.
Meal plans can be great when you want structure in your life, but what happens when you have a special event, a birthday or a family meal to attend?
It’s easy to have the mentality that “just one” won’t hurt. But lets look at how that can add up throughout the month.
Find out the calorie value of your favourite KFC dishes including Bargain bucket and Zinger burger
We looked at low calorie alternatives to commonly consumed products include alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, meat and ice cream.
With a couple of different decisions you can cut your calorie intake when you snack out on pizza.
Cutting unhealthy food completely out your life can be unrealistic. That’s why I preach the 80/20 rule: a balanced diet.
Choose wisely when it comes to snacking. Here is an informative graphic to help you make the right decisions when it comes to your tea dunkers.
Choose wisely when it comes to sweets. Here is the perfect graphic to help you with your sweet treat decisions.
By eyeballing, you could be doubling your calories without even realising it. Here are examples popular foods on toast including avocado, cheese, Nutella and peanut butter.
Did you know the McDonalds Caesar salad has more calories in it than the big mac. Compare the nutritional value of these two popular Mcdonalds meals with this simple graphic.
This simple graphic will help you understand how you can have ice cream at a low calorie cost
Although protein shakes have their place in the world, they will never replace the value of nutritional whole foods.
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