If you’re anything like me then your a big fan of convenience when it comes to food, particularly breakfast! So when The Honestly Good Smoothie Company asked me to review their prepacked frozen smoothies I jumped at the chance!
It’s one of the food trends of 2018 that I definitely got on board with and with me it will be here to stay for 2019! I just love Kefir!
I was kindly sent an email by Batch Organics to ask whether I would be interested in trying out a range of their new smoothie and breakfast bowls to review. After reading about their products and them being 100% organic, gluten free and plant-based which were simply ready to mix with milk and off you go, I was more than keen.
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So i thought i would share with you all some of my favourite smoothies. Smoothies are such a great way to get in fruit and vegetables and when combined with a protein source they provide a great balance of macros. The best thing about smoothies is you can generally just see what you have in your cupboard and throw them in there. I tend to have a few key staples which you’ll see throughout my recipes.
So its been a while since I’ve added a post that isn’t all about food……..so thought i’d use this opportunity to update you all on where I am in my fitness journey, what my current macros split is and my style of training etc..
Choosing the right food and nutrients before exercising can make such a difference to your energy levels while working out. And what you eat after is just as important to help with muscle and energy recovery! I’ve compiled a few of my favourite foods to eat before and after exercise which will hopefully help supercharge your workout!
When it comes to Macros, the one Macro I’ve been confused about the most is CARBS. Do you try and cut carbs or embrace them in your diet? After reading various articles and learning through other peoples experiences on places like Instagram, I’ve definitely come to the conclusion that carbs are needed to fuel that muscle gain!!
I’ve tried to summarise what I’ve read and learnt to share with you all. I’m no dietitian or nutritionist but the information I’ve pulled together has come from those exact sources.