Whey protein is probably the most well know type of protein on the market and it’s therefore no surprise that is has been around for years. ‘Whey’ is the bi-product that is derived when making cheese and was accidently discovered years ago when someone noticed that whey and curds separated naturally from goat’s milk. Most… View Article
You’re home from work, and you’re starving, so how do you make something that is really satisfying? And how do you stay full until the morning? We all know there is nothing worse than going to bed hungry. Protein is a great addition to all meals to leave you feeling full and satisfied. But when… View Article
For me, lunch is probably the least favourite of my three meals a day (of course I have snacks too) probably because it requires a lot of pre-thought effort and preparation the night/weekend before. I don’t always have time to pre-make lunch and I do tend to find it hard to find healthy shop bought… View Article
When we hear about protein powders, the most commons forms we might be aware of are Whey Protein and Soy protein. On the rise, and one of the newer proteins on the market, here we take a look at Pea Protein. What is pea protein? Pea protein is a vegetarian protein that is extracted from… View Article
What are Protein Muffins? The Protein Bread Co.’s Protein muffin mixes come in two varieties: sweet (original) and savoury. Both Protein Muffin mixes help you to essentially create guilt free versions of your favourite muffins that are both high in protein and low in carbs. How do I make these Protein Muffins? Both the sweet… View Article
Protein plays an integral role in our bodies – that’s why we rave about it so much and ensure we have lots of it in our products! From weight loss to muscle gain, protein is crucial in our diets. But there’s also more to protein than we might know so here are 7 fun facts… View Article
What is protein? Protein is one of three macro nutrients which provide energy to the body – the other two are carbohydrates and fats. Each gram of protein contains 4 calories, the same as each gram of carbohydrate where fats contain 9 calories to a gram.  A person’s body is made up of around 15-20g… View Article
It’s easy to overlook every day foods that actually are significantly high in protein and can provide our bodies with more fuel than we might at first think. There are many reasons why foods high in protein are good, namely because they keep us fuller for longer, they help us to achieve our goals in… View Article
Statistics show that more than half of Australians are exceeding the World Health Organisation’s recommended daily intake of added sugars every day. According to the Heart Association, the maximum amount of added sugars a person should eat per day is for men, 37.6g (or 9 teaspoons), and 25g (or 6 teaspoons) for women per day…. View Article
O . M . G ……… “What the (insert your own word here… mine looks a bit like this @#$*) have I done?!?!” This is my thought process before, during and after my first marathon training session. Have you ever felt like you’re going to spew, cry and collapse at the same time? Well my… View Article
You may have read my ‘How do I Stop Eating Sugar’ article and be looking to reduce your sugar intake with recipes that are fulfilling and tasty but have a low sugar content. If this is the case, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for a snack or inspiration for breakfast or… View Article