It is no secret that navigating nutrition during the Christmas season is harder than usual. This means that fat loss efforts become a bit more tricky too.
From Christmas foods to more alcohol. From socializing to less time for yourself and prepping. Things are not designed to be fat-loss-friendly during the holidays.
So what can you do?
In today’s blog, I share 12 ways or things you can do this festive season to help you navigate it better and improve your chances of staying on track with your fat loss.
5 Reasons Potatoes Are Actually Good For You (And Why You Should Start Eating Them) | Sports Dietitian Answers
“PO-TAY-TOES! Boil em. Mash em. Stick em in a stew.” - Samwise Gamgee
Hobbits know their food and they do that food game well…and they love their taters, precious.
Despite the information you may have been given in the past or the misconceptions you may unfortunately have about the humble potato...potatoes are actually awesome.
I eat potatoes all the time and I have had my clients freely include them in their diet without issues and they have still seen the best results they have ever had because they implemented the right flexible nutrition system.
In today’s blog post, I share 3 reasons that potatoes are ACTUALLY good for you!
There are many ways to achieve an outcome in the world of nutrition.
Fat loss is no different as there are various ways to achieve a result. As long as a caloric deficit is established in some way or another, you may achieve weight loss.
However, just like with anything, there are good ways and bad ways to go about things. It is both important to determine what you should do and just as importantly what NOT TO DO!
In today’s blog post, I share with you 5 crappy approaches to fat loss. In other words, a list of some of the commonly used but seldom effective strategies for weight loss nutrition.
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.