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  • 18.09.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Grass-fed meatballs and green beans fettuccine

     

     

     

    Eatology makes cooking fun and easy. We'll provide you with all the ingredients that you need to make a delicious meal in exactly the right proportions.

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  • 17.09.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    weight loss meals

     

     

     

    The most basic principle of losing weight is to intake fewer calories than you spend. But is it also a good strategy for dropping the pounds? Probably not.

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  • 04.09.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Coconut water

     

     

     

    Coconut water has long been marketed as a health-drink that is chock full of electrolytes, but is it really your best best for rehydration after a tough workout?

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  • 27.08.17 0 Posted By Eatology

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    Artificial sweeteners, also known as sugar substitutes, are commonly used as lower-calorie replacements for sugar in a variety of diet foods and drinks.

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  • 02.08.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Gluten_Free_food

     

     

     

    From going sugar free, dairy free, soy free etc, gluten is another item that’s been added to the growing list of food ingredients that we should be ‘free’ of.

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  • 31.07.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    Eatology Nutrition Consultation

     

     

     

    With such an overload of nutritional information out there from the media, it can be difficult to navigate what’s accurate and what’s not.

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  • 27.07.17 0 Posted By Eatology

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    Getting enough carbohydrates in your diet can ensure that you glycogen stores are adequate to provide you with the energy you need.

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  • 20.07.17 1 Posted By Eatology

    sports_nutrition

     

     

     

    Whether you are a professional atheletes or someone who regularly does exercise, eating well can improve your performance and help you recover quickly.

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  • 18.07.17 0 Posted By Eatology

    GI

     

     

     

    You might have noticed a number of food proudly displaying the “Low GI” label on its packaging. What exactly are low GI foods?

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  • 27.06.17 0 Posted By Eatology

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    There’s this big ol’ myth out there that refuses to die, and it goes something like “eating fat makes me fat”. Does it really tip the scale upwards?

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