What To Eat After Your Covid-19 Vaccine
12 Jul 2021
Do you know how the vaccines work? Very briefly, they trigger an inflammatory immune response, producing proteins known as cytokines. That’s what lead to known side effects such as fever, body ache, fatigue, and headaches. Post-vaccination, the sensible thing to do would be avoid causing further inflammation. At the same time, nourish the gut as the microbiome found there makes up a large part of your immune system. Avoid processed junk, refined sugars (including artificial sweeteners), dairy, refined grains, vegetable oils, dairy, alcohol and fried foods. Instead, fill up on these 8 foods that are known to help the body fight inflammation.
Top 8 foods That Will Give You An Energy Boost
24 May 2021
Tired of feeling tired? It boils down to your diet and whether you’re eating the right kind of food. Sure, all food provides the body with energy one way or another but while some will help you last through the day, others may only give you a quick jolt. To enjoy sustainable supply of energy, incorporate these foods into your diet.
Don’t Diet, Eat Right
07 Feb 2022
You kickstart the year with every intention of eating better, healthier, more sensibly. You sign up for Veganuary, aim to go low-carb, plan to limit cakes and desserts to no more than once a week, and promise to choose caffeine-free tea over coffee … all of which you manage to do in the first week of the year.
The Food You Eat During the Festive Season May Actually Be Good For You
16 Dec 2019
Being presented with an array of tradition foods is the best part of the festive season. It could affect our health and overall fitness regime if not consumed in moderation. Not everything consumed during the happy occasion is actually ruinous to your health. Here are the food nutrition of some common festive foods which can be of benefit to your body.
Choosing just a healthy oil is not enough for a ‘fitter’ you, you need to know how to use it the right way!
28 Sep 2019
If you prefer cooking at home, you have definitely given some thought to what kind of oil would best suit you and your family. Whether you want to fry, sauté, or just drizzle, research proves that some oils are healthier than others and using the right oils for different types of cooking can benefit your health in more ways than one.
The Fitness First Breakfast Series
14 Mar 2019
How to eat like a champion