5 Protein sources suitable for vegetarians

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As a body building enthusiast, I am a big fan of eating protein because it’s a vital nutrient for our bodies. It all also helps keep you fuller for longer. But most people mistakenly think you can only get protein from meat. Luckily for vegetarians, burgers and steaks aren’t your only options. So, if you’re a vegetarian, or just fancy a break from meat, read on to discover some great non-protein sources to fuel your body. 

All you need to know about Protein Powder for women

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Getting into fitness but feel like you’re being bombarded by proteins and supplements and wondering if you do really need to be consuming them? In recent years protein shakes and bars have exploded on the market. And with so much misinformation out there, it’s hard to tell what’s true and what isn’t. Then, there is a myth that protein powder is just for men looking to bulk up for bodybuilding. To get more of an insight into the myths, I got in touch with uk.scitecnutrition.com to help explain the importance and need for protein as part of a healthy diet and fitness routine.

7 ways to be mindful without meditation

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Being healthy is more than just having a good body. It’s about the mind, body and spirit working in harmony. And one of the ways to look after your mental well-being is through being mindfulness. And while meditation is great for being mindful, they are actually not the same. You don’t have to meditate to be mindful. Mindfulness is more about awareness of thoughts, emotions and your surroundings. It’s about bringing your wandering mind back to the present moment. And to do that you don’t have to sit on a meditation cushion. You can do it every day by practising the following. 

Suffer from allergies and asthma? Breath cleaner and easier with Blueair

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It wasn’t until I developed asthma in my mid-20s did I start thinking about the air I breathe. I’ve always been sporty and I was concerned that the new diagnosis would affect my exercise regime. You see the air quality outdoor depends on things such as emissions from industries and traffic exhausts. So, you would assume the air quality indoors is much better. But I recently discovered that the air indoors can be two to five times more polluted than the air outside. So I started to look into air purifiers and came across Blueair and decided to sample one.