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Tag Archives: nutrition


Our new nutrition plan is here!

  • by Rob Elton
  • March 11, 2016
We are very excited to launch our new 28 day nutrition plan and quite honestly believe it is the best product on the market, here’s why. For the last 10 years as a personal trainer I get asked the question that all trainers get that instantly gives us a nervous twitch. “Rob can you do […]Read More >>

Calorie counting

  • by loraelton
  • April 25, 2014
  Pffff, I don’t need to track my calories. I just eat really healthy I don’t need to. Of course you are, thats why you are over/under weight, feel like a bag of s++t and can’t hit your fitness related goals whatever they are. If you’ve ever followed an exercise plan you’ll know how much […]Read More >>

What is Clean Eating?

  • by loraelton
  • July 5, 2013
Every day we get requests from people who want to ‘sort their diet out’ and want to start eating healthy. How many times have you promised yourself you are going to start eating healthy and have all the best intentions yet fail to actually change anything for more than a day? It gets to the […]Read More >>

Why am I still wanting to compete?

  • by loraelton
  • May 26, 2013
There are quite a few things that come up when people speak to me about what I have been working towards and my fitness goals. I do find it amusing that people feel so free to comment and say ‘not to go too far’ and lose any more weight. I haven’t felt the need to tell […]Read More >>

Optimum Nutrition- What is it?

  • by loraelton
  • February 14, 2013
Optimum Nutrition is simply giving your body the highest nutrition in a balanced safe way taking into account individual needs. Rather than just eating a balanced diet it is more about learning how your body does and doesn’t work based on symptoms. Looking at nutrition scientifically allows you to feed your body and mind and […]Read More >>

Focus for 2013.. We should all be aiming for Optimum Nutrition

  • by loraelton
  • February 1, 2013
It’s been a busy year, the majority of my studying and training went into Olympic weightlifting and obtaining my bwl coach qualification. I have made a decision to focus this year on something very important-Optimum Nutritional Therapy. This was something I spent 4 years of working hard on case studies, seminars and exams to obtain my […]Read More >>

Recipe of the Week- Slow Cooker Vegetarian Tamale Pie

  • by loraelton
  • December 21, 2012
Recipe Of The Week This is such a healthy, easy to make dish that has a good kick and is perfect for a hearty meal to warm you up on these cold nights. It has a large amount of vegetables but you could quite easily add in some chicken or steak if you prefer to […]Read More >>

Babotie Burgers- Recipe of the Week

  • by loraelton
  • November 27, 2012
Babotie Burgers and Mango Chutney- Recipe of the Week These are really tasty and simple to do, they are also good for getting the kiddies involved with the cooking to and setting up their healthy eating habits for life. Everyone likes a burger occasionally and you can enjoy these guilt free with a fresh green […]Read More >>

Protein pancakes… Recipe of The Week

  • by loraelton
  • November 16, 2012
Recipe of the Week Protein Pancakes These pancakes make a great breakfast and are also good on the go as a snack. You don’t need to add powdered protein but if you do try and use a good quality one. You can also add a variety of different toppings and alternate the banana for other […]Read More >>

Recipie of The Week -Thai Coconut Saute

  • by loraelton
  • September 27, 2012
Recipe of the Week Thai Coconut Saute This is very tasty and perfect if you have friends over for dinner and are tempted to get a take away! It is easy to make but the infusion of ingredients makes it seem a lot more complex. This is also wheat, gluten and dairy free so fits […]Read More >>