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    Research Review: Nutrition guidelines for strength sports: Sprinting, weightlifting, throwing events, and bodybuilding – by Slater & Phillips (2011)

    December 3, 2018
    Well, this is an old paper! 2011! It’s nice to know that a lot more nutrition research has been done in the space of strength sports since this time, as one of the key highlighted factors in this paper was
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    Product Review: Bounce Protein Energy Balls

    November 26, 2018
    I keep seeing these everywhere (and they seem to have stuck around for a while) – in supermarkets, news agencies, airports, sports stores…. so it was time to take a proper look and let ya’ll know what I think! Per
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    Product Review: YoPRO Yoghurt

    November 20, 2018
    There are 10,000 different yoghurts. How to choose???? Well, a low fat/high protein natural or plain yoghurt is a good place to start! Natural and plain yoghurts usually do not have added sugar (to find out if they do: read
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    Product Review: English Muffins

    October 30, 2018
    I personally haven’t bought English Muffins (until now) since, well, ever. I used to have them for breakfast when I was in school (therefore Mum bought them!) But here I am, many years removed from school, feeling compelled to take
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    Product Review: Vegemite

    October 16, 2018
    Australia’s favourite spread! How does it stack up? Well, per serve (5g, which is about 1 tsp), it contains: – 8 calories – 1.3g protein – <1g fat (<1g saturated fat) – <1g carbohydrate (<1g sugar) – 0.4g fibre –
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    Product Review: Jordans Low Sugar Granola

    October 2, 2018
    The good news: this product really IS low in sugar! Granted, we have fairly strict product labelling laws in Australia, but it is still wonderful to see TRUTH plastered across the front of a product, rather than the alternative!! Per
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    Product Review: Quest Bars

    August 7, 2018
    One of the most popular protein bars on the planet… or THE most popular? Either way, these bars deserve a comment, if only for their popularity. Per Quest bar, they contain: 214 calories, 20g protein, 9g total fat (3g saturated),
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    Product Review: Special K

    June 6, 2018
    People are often on the hunt for a ‘healthier’ cereal, but what does a healthy cereal look like? Special K is one that leans towards being a ‘better option’ than most other cereals available. How so? Well, Special K is

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