Our Registered Dietitian has crafted a mouthwatering recipe just for you. Try out our Banana & Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe for a nutritious and delicious breakfast that will fuel your day whilst not compromising your health.
While there are numerous factors that contribute to a healthy lifestyle, two key pillars stand out as essential components: fitness and nutrition. Often discussed in isolation, the true power lies in the synergy that arises when these two elements come together.
By understanding and embracing the intrinsic connection between these two pillars, we can unlock a host of benefits that contribute to our overall health and quality of life including reduced risk of chronic diseases and mortality, more effective weight management, improved mental wellbeing and sleep.
Gender differences in metabolic rate, reproductive functions and body structures mean women have more complex nutritional needs than men do. Adult women differ from men in their nutritional requirements predominately for biological and physiological reasons such as their hormonal changes across lifespan, adiposity, their menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause (13). It is crucial to consider sex-specific differences in nutritional status for the impacts of diet, body weight, and energy balance on nutritional advice and dietary supplement use at different phases of life.
One of the most debated food groups in the media is carbs. Widely used terms such as “good carbs”, “bad carbs” and trends such as “carb-loading” and “carb-free diets” can be misleading, leaving us confused and anxious about what we are actually eating and whether it is good for us. In this Q&A session with a Uniquely Health dietitian we unravel the mysteries of carbohydrates together.
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