The Nutritional Blueprint blog represents our thoughts and feelings about nutrition today. We want to provide honest, trustworthy information that bucks the trend of traditional health and fitness blogs that are simply advertising products in return for exposure or cash. We won’t do that. Our goal is to help you reduce the amount you spend on nutrition. We will try and keep it lighthearted and fun, but also informative and useful. We will post our favourite recipes, thought leadership around nutrition and improving better eating habits and the latest topics we think you would like to hear about. We will also feature guest blogs from people we look up to as well as example lessons from our coaching programs. I hope there is something for everyone in here. Add to your news feed so that you get each post as they are released.
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Your Nutritional Blueprint Superquick Recipes Here at Your Nutritional Blueprint we recommend that every client tries to perfect 5 or so go-to meals that they can create from scratch, perhaps in future without the recipe to hand. Family favourites, hand-me-down...read more
At Your Nutritional Blueprint, we encourage exercise. But not in the way that most health programs do. See this post here. For those that don't like traditional exercise we simply encourage more movement. So this post from our 12-month program lightheartedly looks...read more
12 Month Nutrition Coaching Program: Transform your body, your health, and your fitness. Four times every year, through our 12-month Nutrition Coaching program, we help men and women lose weight, gain strength, and transform their health and fitness. On Wednesday,...read more
We teach our clients more about how our gut is a “second brain”: the enteric nervous system. This nervous system uses all the same neurotransmitters as our upstairs brain. We really do get “gut feelings”. Today, we'll look at how these "gut feelings" work and the...read more
if you have ever caught a Xmas episode of South Park, you might remember a certain Mr Hanky, the Christmas poo. Whilst this may appear vulgar to some,our family have always found him amusing so I am using a comedy theme to introduce how you can be more aware of your...read more
This one is for the guys, although the message applies to women, its written for a mens point of view.... OK guys, it’s time to get a little touchy-feely. Sure, we know that like Chuck Norris, you don’t cry tears, you cry Tabasco sauce. But despite your gritty, macho...read more
7 ways to know if your nutrition plan is working: 1. You feel satisfied after meals Do you ever just feel hungry all the time? Like, you know you need to “get control”, but you can’t seem to “find the willpower” to close the bag of M&Ms or stop picking at your...read more
We will expand on this piece in more detail shortly as there are lots of recipes for fantastic on-the-go snacks that won't bust your belt... Yes, planning is the key to dietary success. Yet, life happens. Sometimes, we have to grab a quick bite. People always ask me...read more
Why add chia seeds to your food?! These are tiny black seeds from the plant Salvia Hispanica, which is related to the mint. This plant grows natively in South America. mmm, food mileage anyone? Chia seeds were an important food for the Aztecs and Mayans back in the...read more
You can't always control how much or how well you actually sleep. Whether it's kids, shift work, hormonal issues, sleep apnea, or those foxes mating in the garden at 3 a.m, other factors can play a role. But you can take charge of your sleep routine and control your...read more