Methods Of Intermittent Fasting

As intermittent fasting (IF) continues to grow in popularity, so are the methods of how to carry it out effectively. Each person and each body is different, so there are several methods to choose from to maximise the health benefits for any given individual. 6 popular methods of IF: The 16/8 Method: This method involves fasting every da...
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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting. We’ve been hearing the words float around fitness and nutrition and it’s now commonly known as ‘I.F.’ What is it? A new fad, a new diet trend? Can it actually help with health, fitness and nutrition goals? What is it? IF (intermittent fasting) is an eating pattern that rotates between periods of fasting and eating. There’s ...
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Soul Food: Chocolate Protein Bliss Balls

This is the perfect sugar-free snack that's super easy to make and can be stored for when you need a little pick-me-up.  Ingredients 45ml coconut milk  1 tbsp almond buter  20g Free Soul vegan chocolate protein  50g ground almonds  50g desiccated coconut 1 1/2 tsp cacao  1/2 tsp stevia  Recipe Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mi...
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Soul Food: Dark Chocolate Coconut Cookies by @amycousins1

Deliciously chocolatey, these coconut cookies are perfect for a snack and easy to make.  Ingredients 60g Free Soul Chocolate Protein Powder6 tbsp Coconut Flour 4 tbsp Sweetener 1/2 tsp Baking Powder 55ml Fry Light 1 Egg 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract 2 tbsp Water (or Milk) 28g Dark Chocolate Chips Recipe1. Preheat oven to 160°C, line and grease a baki...
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Soul Food: Birthday Cake Truffles by @amycousins1

An easy recipe for a guilt-less snack or dessert to satisfy that sweet tooth!    Ingredients 120g Free Soul Vanilla protein powder 4 tbsp sweetener 32g coconut flour 30g coconut oil 2 tbsp almond milk 1 tsp vanilla extract Toppings  1 tbsp greek yoghurt 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 tsp sweetener Drizzle of choc shot Sprinkles (optional) Recipe 1...
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The Benefits Of Drinking Herbal Tea

Notwithstanding our love for our traditional cuppa made with English Breakfast tea, milk and sugar, people are now often seen sipping on a variety of herbal teas. Herbal tea, despite the name, isn’t necessarily made from the tea plant itself. It’s usually made by steeping diverse herbs, roots and flowers. Made popular in ancient times because of...
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