Creatine…one of the most popular sports and performance supplements around (and for good reason).
There is strong evidence backed by extensive research that shows us that Creatine is one of the few supplements that actually works and is also generally safe to use.
With this comes the issue of more and more types and forms of creatine supplements popping up on the market to grab a slice of the marketplace and your hard earned money.
Creatine this and creatine that…one can see why it is easy to get confused and not know which creatine supplement you should buy.
So what is the best Creatine supplement on the market?
And as many of you would be asking, “What is the best Creatine for muscle growth?”.
In this blog, I answer this question for you with no B.S.
To bulk or to cut?
For that is the question!
As a Sports Dietitian and Nutritionist, I have helped countless people over the years work on their body composition. With this has come many different questions I commonly get asked but one particular one that is popular is: should I first build muscle (bulking) or drop bodyfat?
The answer to this question is honestly more nuanced and contextual than I can answer without knowing your unique situation but there is some best practice perspective and guidance I can share.
Time to get some more insight into your body composition goals so you can choose if your currency priority is fat loss or muscle gain (aka should I bulk or cut). .
In this blog, I share 2 easy peasy ways that you can help make a more educated decision on which goal you should focus on first. So should you cut or bulk first? Time to get more informed!
If you have tried dieting for fat loss and done meal prep, then you know just how useful it is having the right sauces on hand.
Quite simply, sauces can really come up clutch when it comes to making meal prepping more versatile and fun while restricting calories to lose weight.
However, many sauces are high in calories which means you have to use only small amounts or restrict it’s use more than you want to.
That is why low calorie sauces are good to mix things up and allow you times to have more saucy meals without the caloric impact.
In this blog, I share 3 low calorie sauces that you can use to make your meals more macro and calorie friendly. In my opinion these are some of the best sauces for weight loss due to the balance of flavour, macros, and being versatile.
Hi there! My name's Aleksa Gagic - i'm a Brisbane Sports Dietitian & Brisbane Sports Nutritionist. I have 7+ years experience in providing professional nutrition consulting and want to help you learn about the power of flexible nutrition.