Category Archives: protein

A Reassessment: jumping on the omnivorous bandwagon and embracing saturated animal fats.

This is a post I’ve been weighing up in my mind for a while now, and I’m writing it even though I realise it seems to go against convictions and ideas about nutrition I’ve had in the past, it’s controversial, … Continue reading

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Dairy Revisited

I’ve said it before but I feel it warrants a repeat: Dairy does not healthy strong bones make!! If you’re going to drink pasteurized cow’s milk because it’s your favourite thing in the whole world, well… I don’t really take … Continue reading

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The protein myth debunked

I’ve been having a difficult time knowing what to post about over the last few days, and it’s not because I’m at a loss of what to write. Actually, I’ve been at a loss of what not to write! The … Continue reading

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