Spring is almost here. Together with the first flowers in the fields and leaves on the trees, we start finding the first articles that tell us we should get ourselves ready for summer, not much time is left.
Many tell me that they pile on weight during New Year and Christmas, not the other way around, and they are partly right.
When we at Gift Diet say it’s important to eliminate sugar from your food we don’t just mean the sugar you put in your coffee, but all sources of sugar, including those hidden.
Endurance athletes often mistakenly think that they need a full stomach before starting a race or an intense training session. Some athletes have the bad habit of not drinking, or, at least, not drinking enough...
Our bone equilibrium is strongly influenced by what we eat during our three daily meals.
Many athletes, during training or races, can suffer to such an extent from nausea or vomit that this jeopardizes their performance. Understanding the causes, as taught by the medicine of signals, can help us effectively resolve these problems.
In the Gift diet the word “diet” does not mean depriving yourself of calories. It is a way of life to allow you to be healthy.
Our daily meals need to be balanced, normocaloric and normoproteic. We need to make sure every day that we eat what is necessary to maintain our base metabolism and to guarantee that we can carry out our daily activities and training.
Low-calorie diets focus on losing kilograms and lead to a rapid loss of muscle mass.
The basic principles of proper sports nutrition.