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Over the Easter holidays, it is near on impossible to avoid the lure of chocolate. Having kicked a pretty massive sugar (chocolate) addiction about a year ago, it seems like a weaknesses being pulled in the direction of a chocolate egg and not being able to resist. On one hand... Continue reading
Posted Mar 27, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
For the past two mornings, I've cooked and eaten four small rashers of bacon and two fried eggs in grapeseed oil. No bread! This has provided good sustained energy throughout the morning and maintained a good feeling in the stomach. This heavy protein meal is ideal in the morning if... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
I made a guest appearance at Anytime Fitness, St Kilda this morning. Not my usual gym so took a second to figure my way around. I was craving protein after the workout but left myself without too many options on a public holiday. I found a local cafe that was... Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
1.22pm I thought I could get away with a nice quality roll for lunch and not have it affect me. I was wrong. Only 10 minutes after consuming my lovely roll with a french style combination of ham, cheese, dijon mustard, and some cherry tomatoes the brain is starting to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
Insulin helps regulates the entry of nutrients into muscle cells. If insulin is rarely elevated, benefits related to muscle growth just won't happen. Eating a meal that is higher in carbohydrates when your body is more receptive to it, insulin levels will be stable and your body will function as... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
Chickpeas are nutrient dense and provide rich amounts (over 20% of RDI) of protein, dietry fibre, folate and dietary minerals such as iron and phosphorus as well as magnesium and zinc. From a vitamin point of view, chick peas are high in B1 and B6. In terms of amino acids,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
Small salads can be big on satisfying me all afternoon. Although I ate a late lunch at 1.30pm I didn't get hungry until 6.30pm. It wasn't one of those really starving hungers either... I could have waited longer. My salad today was a simple combination of cucumber, tomatoes, seed mix,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
The only way to maximise our day is to be loaded full of energy. Without energy, I get lethargic, lazy, and don't do much that is productive. My mind might be thinking of all the good things I could be doing but my body just does not want to move.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
First post! Hey - it's 4.33pm - Melbourne, Australia time. Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2016 at The Circadian Experiment
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