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Nutrition Advent Calendar - Day 7

Making smarter food choices to prevent excess weight gain this Christmas

'Here's another blog saying what I shouldn't eat at Christmas'...
Wait, this is definitely not one of those. I never tell ANYBODY what they CAN NOT eat. Unless they are allergic of course.

Instead, this is to simply recommend a strategy that prioritises healthier food choices FIRST, then you can enjoy all the festive treats you want.

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Nutrition Advent Calendar - Day 6

Hydrate to prevent the dreaded hangovers this Christmas!

Enjoying a drink over Christmas is always part of the festive fun, but waking up with a sore head the following morning is never part of the plans!

This can be easily avoided and you can still enjoy a drink...or two! Just follow these SIMPLE tips and you'll make the most of the day after the night before, and you'll see how.

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Nutrition Advent Calendar - Day 5

Drink smarter this Christmas to reduce excess calories...

Everyone loves Christmas because it’s an opportunity to let your hair down, spend time with friends and family, eat great tasting food and enjoy a drink or two!

This is a very exciting time of year and people typically indulge a bit too much, which then leads to an attempt to ‘detox’ and go on a health kick in the new year.

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Nutrition Advent Calendar - Day 4

When people start diets, or attempting to just eat healthily, they can sometimes oversee the big picture, that is to create healthy eating habits that can be sustained in the long-term, not just the first week.

By overseeing the big picture, I mean that eating well 100% of the time is just unrealistic, and you will soon start to miss and crave a treat, whether it be some chocolate, crisps or alcohol.

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Nutrition Advent Calendar - Day 3

There are so many diets out there that claim to be better than all the rest for successful weight loss. However there's just one thing in common that's required to lose weight....a calorie deficit.

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Nutrition Advent Calendar - Day 2

Following on from yesterday's tip about how your diet should be seen more as a nutrition lifestyle, it's important to recognise how to go about making these changes, to create a long-lasting healthy diet.

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Nutrition Advent Calendar - Day 1

I thought I'd start the nutrition tips with an important message of lifestyle change as long-term health is the ultimate goal, not losing a few pounds for a special occasion.

Diets often fail as they target short-term goals and are not sustainable in the long-term. Instead, what you should aim to do is find a 'diet' or a 'nutrition lifestyle' that you can enjoy and can stick to for the rest of your life!

Winter Training | Webber Nutrition

It’s getting to that time of year that many of us dislike…winter. The cold, wet and windy weather is approaching and, for endurance athletes, this is never pleasant; knowing you’ll be training in the dark regardless of whether it’s 6am or 6pm. 

Meal before training

It’s a Saturday morning and my brother is getting ready for a 10km run in preparation for an upcoming race. My sister is going out for a light run as she wants to lose a few pounds before next month’s holiday. They both eat the same breakfast consisting of cereal and fruit juice because they want to have enough energy to get through their run.

This sets the tone for every training session they both do, but should they be eating the same thing based on their training? The simple answer is no.

There are 2 main factors that influence what to eat before you train. They are:

Glutamine is a naturally occurring nonessential amino acid meaning that the body can produce its own and is abundantly stored in skeletal muscle and blood. Glutamine plays a vital role in immune and intestinal health, glucose formation, acid-base regulation and acts as a precursor of nucleotides which are the building blocks of DNA formation [1].

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