Why aren't there more posts? Why is the content on the blog as it is. Because nothing has changed in nutrition in the last few months. Actually, in terms of the human body's nutritional requirements things have been pretty much the same for tens of thousands of years. We still need all three macronutrient groups … Continue reading The Fit Life
Hello guys, here's a sample meal from my everyday diet. It is a balanced plate with a strong presence of protein - red meat in this case, small quantity of carbs - the greens and the bread (rusk), and fats - the cheese and the sauce. What you see on the plate are components, which … Continue reading A sample meal
Saturated, unsaturated, polyunsaturated, Omega-3, Omega-6... Are you lost already? There are tons of information on the various fats and their sources but I'll try to talk about this macro nutrient from a different point of view. Before we get down to the greasy details, let's just get to know the basics. Lately all the fuss … Continue reading Fats – the moderate view
Carbs or carbohydrates are often depicted as the root of all evil when it comes to our dietary habits. But of course that is only a temporary fad, which will eventually go away. Just like the no-fat craze of the 80's and 90's. Carbs are one of the three macro nutrients, which comprise our food … Continue reading Why carbs are not the root of all evil
Aren't you tired of all the fad diets? The low-carb, the high-fat, the all-protein one? I have known vegans, who want to be on a low carbohydrate diet, yet all plant-based food is mostly rich in carbohydrates. I have known people who eat only cheese and fats and are hoping to burn their belly fat … Continue reading What’s in our food?