1200 Calories, Why Is It Wrong?

1200 Calories, Why Is It Wrong?

In this article we’ll examine the down sides of a low caloric intake showing why it's not the way to go from both a physiological and psychological perspective as supported by science and our own experience.
Macros VS Healthy: The 80/20 Rule

Macros VS Healthy: The 80/20 Rule

As both the awareness and practice of flexible dieting rises there has also become a lack of clarity and more confusion surrounding how to maintain good health, how to know what it is your body needs in terms of nutrients and how to ensure whether flexible dieting can satisfying those rules of thumb. 
Is The Weekend Letting You Down?

Is The Weekend Letting You Down?

For many people adhering to their fat loss plans and keeping mindful of their goals during the week isn’t the issue, it’s the weekends that are the real flies in the ointment. With some get thrown with the out of routine circumstances others are caught in a trap of overdoing it during the week and being highly restricted that the weekends are hard to control.
Paleo Diet 101: The Pros & Cons

Paleo Diet 101: The Pros & Cons

A paleo diet is a high protein, high fat, low carbohydrate diet with no dairy products or grains. Given the consumption of lots of nutrient dense foods and the fat loss successes that have come from adherence to a paleo diet, it has made the method a questionable success. So at what cost does adhering to these methods come at? Is paleo ‘good’ or ‘bad’... and if you ‘went paleo’, would it be possible to sustain it?
Should I Count My Calories?

Should I Count My Calories?

When embarking on a body transformation journey what you need to do exactly and a step by step set of instructions are what everyone looks for. In finding the fastest most effective way to fat loss amongst all the things old and new that have graced the fitness industry ‘calorie counting’ has forever been around.
The Perfect Diet

The Perfect Diet

As body transformation specialists we’re quite often asked what the BEST way to lose body fat OR transform your body is. We’re pleased to say we have the answer, and the good news is science supports our answer which in turn means - your body agrees! 
Transforming Your Body in a Relationship

Transforming Your Body in a Relationship

Just as your family and support team play an integral role in your transformation so too does your partner seeing as though your changes in some way or another will affect them. While your partner can be your biggest cheerleader as you embark on your body transformation on the flip side managing both your fat loss and relationship can come with difficulties.
I'm Bored... So I Eat

I'm Bored... So I Eat

For most people mindless eating or eating out of boredom is a common cause for extra food or caloric intake which can cause mini binges, overeating and even resulting in weight gain. 
Tips of Our Most Successful Clients

Tips of Our Most Successful Clients

In facilitating body transformations around the globe to thousands of different people for many many years, we’ve instilled and seen some common trends in good practice amongst those that are most successful. Our most successful clients are not only those that reach their goals but also sustain their results too. 
Tips To Beating Cravings & Hunger

Tips To Beating Cravings & Hunger

When you're on a fat loss journey if you're eating according to the correct intake needs of your body you shouldn't be on aggressively low calories. Your metabolic capacity is far greater than the 1200 calorie allowance the diet industry preaches is 'right for you'. 
Diet Starts Tomorrow...

Diet Starts Tomorrow...

How many times have you promised yourself that you would begin your diet ‘tomorrow’? How often do you derail worse than ever before under the proviso that tomorrow will be different? Do you rely on a new day or Monday’s to inflict a change in your attitude and commitment to your health and fitness goals?
Why You're Bloated

Why You're Bloated

The vast majority of people suffer with some degree of bloating at some point in time whether it be severely or mildly depending on the cause. More times than not the wrong reasons get the blame based on stigma, stereotypes and misinformation.