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whey protein

31/08/2016
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Coconut Lime Protein Banana Bread

This delicious recipe contains 10g of protein, 12 grams of carbohydrates and only 1 gram of fat per slice. You can make your own Coconut and Lime protein bread by following the instructions below. Ingredients Makes 12 slices 90g Oats 90g Coconut Lime Whey 2 Ripe Bananas 200g 0% Greek Yoghurt 3 Egg Whites 85g Apple Sauce/Puree 4 Tsp Stevia 2 Tsp Vanilla Extract 1 Tsp Baking Soda Method Blend Oats to make oat flour (or use already ground oats) Mash bananas until smooth Add all ingredients into a bowl/blender/processor... Read More

30/08/2016
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Coconut & Lime Limited Edition whey protein flavour

Summer may be over but we are not willing to let go yet ! Clinging to the last few rays we are introducing a tropical new taste with our Coconut and Lime limited edition Whey Protein. Inspired by the two refreshing tropical flavours, our Coconut and Lime whey protein will whisk you away to a hot beach overlooking the cool sea breeze. Our limited edition flavour perfectly blends together smooth coconut with the citrus flavour of lime making it the perfect refreshing post -workout supplement.  As with all Kinetica whey proteins... Read More

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Find Your Workout Partner

With a wide range of products to choose from such as whey protein, pre-workouts or ready to drink shakes, it can be quite daunting picking a nutritional supplement and also knowing whether if the product is right for your goals. Whether you’re a beginner or have been using supplements for a while now, it never hurts to have a guide to direct you to the right product.     Agree with the result? Why don’t you browse our products and pick the right workout partner for you.

http://www.kineticasports.com/whey-protein-c1/kinetica-thermo-whey-protein-powder-wild-raspberry-1-8kg-p222 12/01/2016
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TeamKinetica: Charlie Allen Q&A

  Rugby and judo fanatic turned gym instructor Charlie Allen gives us five to talk about his training, love of sports and the necessity of correct nutrition.   Sporting background: The first sport I tried was karate when I was around 6 years old, though I was unfortunately diagnosed with a rare form of arthritis which put me out of action for a few years. I then started playing rugby after watching England win the World Cup in 2003 which kick started my career as an athlete. Since then I’ve had the privilege of playing... Read More

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Protein intakes and timing

The Case for Quality Protein Supplements: Timing, Trauma and Quality To summarise the following article, The following considerations should be accounted for when considering protein intakes: 1) Timing is the most important determinant on sporting performance gains, rather than total intake. This highlights a useful role for supplementation. 2) Not all protein is equal: Protein quality determines the effect of protein 3) Sports where trauma, strength and endurance are considered in combination would theoretically increase protein demands further One of the major influences of protein metabolism is timing of dietary... Read More

Protein – Are you getting enough to get big?

‘How much protein should I be eating if I want to build muscle?’ It’ss one of the most common questions I get asked and the area where most people are going wrong in their attempts to build extra mass. In all probability you’re not eating as much as I would recommend. In all the years of working with over 500 professional rugby players I’ve only come across a handful who were eating as much as I advise. There are lots of MYTHS and UNTRUTH’s surrounding protein consumption one of the... Read More

Part 2 Blood Sugar Control – so what do I eat then?

Carbohydrate considerations The information in these articles is designed for educational purposes only and is not intended to serve as medical advice. The information provided on this site should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. It is not a substitute for professional care. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, you should consult your health care provider. Good and bad foods As we are going on to discuss choices of food there often become a hierarchy of foods normally we... Read More

Muscle building article for Men’s fitness

Total per day = 2750 kcal per day 2.2g protein per kg/body weight based on 85kg man: 187g per day 4-5g carbs per kg/body weight based on 85kg man: 340g per day* 1g fat per kg/body weight based on a 85kg man: 85g per day 6 meals per day Some days we have come in below this suggested guideline as it is high considering that most people struggle to do the amount of exercise needed to burn this type of amount of carbohydrate. So if fat loss is your goal... Read More

Magnesium : dietary sources

Food Name Magnesium per 100 g Seeds – Pumpkin/Squash – Dried 535 mg Cereal – 100% Bran 473 mg Seeds – Sunflower – Dried 353 mg Seeds – Sesame – Dried – Whole 351 mg Cereal – Wheat Germ – Toasted 320 mg Nuts – Almonds – Shelled – Chopped 296 mg Nuts – Filbert/Hazel – Dried – Chopped 285 mg Nuts – Cashews – Dry Roasted 260 mg Nuts – Brazil – Dried – Shelled 225 mg Seaweed -Spirulina – Dried 195 mg Nuts – Peanuts – Spanish –... Read More

Muscle Building Nutritional Plan

Total per day = 2750 kcal per day 2.2g protein per kg/body weight based on 85kg man: 187g per day 4-5g carbs per kg/body weight based on 85kg man: 340g per day* 1g fat per kg/body weight based on a 85kg man: 85g per day 6 meals per day Some days we have come in below this suggested guideline. The amount of carbohydrate we’ve recommended is high considering that most people struggle to do the amount of exercise needed to burn this type of amount of carbohydrate. You’ll need to... Read More