Choosing a healthy snack product from the supermarket sure is much harder than it used to be. With so many different options on the shelves, and companies using clever marketing on the front of the packets, it can be super tricky to find a snack that is right for you and your family.
One of the most common questions that I get asked is "what kind of protein powder do I recommend?". There are now SO many different protein powders available to us so I totally understand how confusing it can be. To be honest, most protein powders are filled with a lot of unhealthy ingredients that really do not need to be in there at all and that we definitely shouldn’t be putting in our body.
In this blog post, I talk about the 3 main types of protein powdered and give you my top tips on how to choose a protein powder that is right for you.
I see so many people now making the switch from cow's milk to almond milk or another sort of non-dairy milk. If you find your body just doesn’t agree with dairy (which most of our bodies don’t) then it is a good idea to avoid it. However, the issue I have with almond milk and other non-dairy milk, is that so many big food companies are jumping on board with this whole dairy-free concept and there are now A LOT of options when it comes to dairy-free milk. So it can be quite tricky to know what is a good one and what is not.