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How can nootropics help you on your quest for bigger biceps, a more defined six-pack, or a faster 5k?

Stress is a problem that affects many people. There are different causes of stress, and it’s becoming more prevalent in the modern day. We are constantly bombarded with external factors that will increase stress levels. Ironically, inventions that are designed to make life easier are causing more stress. Now that we have become accustomed to these external factors, they are extremely difficult to remove. People are now becoming more aware of the fact that stress can be a direct link to causing weight gain.

For many people, alcohol is one of life’s pleasures. Its consumption is associated with celebration, relaxation, and socialising. Some people believe that alcohol in moderation can be healthy, or even reduce your risk of heart disease or heart attack. Other research suggests that even irregular alcohol consumption could be unhealthy.

Do our food choices really impact the environment? Believe it or not, for most people, the food we eat is the largest contributor to our personal carbon footprint. It contributes more personal greenhouse gases than electricity or transport.

When you begin lifting weights, chances are high that in the first few weeks you will see some serious results. Body fat % will be dropping, muscle growth will begin and the momentum will be at a high! Because even when you are starting off at the gym, generally simple workouts will trigger noticeable muscle growth and body transformations.

Losing weight is 80% diet and 20% exercise. Regardless of how hard you go in the gym, you can't out train a poor diet. But what about losing body fat %? Keep it simple to begin with, you need to consume less calories than you expend. This will put you into calorie deficit. Calorie deficit, combined with exercising regularly will also boost your metabolism, and preserve muscle mass…. So, what are the best exercises for fat loss?

29th Mar 2019

A Year of Being Blessed

Blessed is turning 1! We cannot believe it! The year has flown by, filled with countless wonderful highs, and to celebrate we are bringing you an all new Blessed Protein flavor…..

Depending on what your end goal is, your nutritional approach will vary. What works for a heavy-class weightlifter, might not work for a triathlete! However, there are same basic principles that can be applied to everyone for improved performance.

How do you split your training sessions? This has to be one of the most frequently debated topics in the muscle building community. Part of the reason this is such a controversial subject is that there are so many options to choose from. A lot of people automatically go for the so-called “bro split”. This structure is where muscle groups are isolated and trained once per week.

Training and nutrition should go hand in hand. If you want to get the most from your workouts, your diet should support your efforts in the gym and mirror your goals. After all, what training takes out of your body, the food you eat puts back in. Training without considering nutrition could severely undermine your progress, and can even negatively impact your health.