Health & Nutrition


Crispy Sweet Potato Paleo Nachos

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 17 August 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Sage is a great herb for flavouring meat, especially white meat. You can use fresh or dried and get the taste and health benefits from both. Sage has been proven to boost memory! Training Tip: Accessory work ...

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Primal BBQ Chicken Wings

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 10 August 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Turmeric is a super food that has been getting a heap of attention recently... And so it should. There are thousands of studies being done on turmeric that are proving just how damn good it is for the body! For instance turm...

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Paleo Beef Stew

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 3 August 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Before roasting, microwave all root vegetables. This will pre-cook the vegetable and make roasting a hell of a lot faster as well as making the final product crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Depending on the siz...

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Mushroom, Leek & Thyme Soup

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 27 July 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: When selecting decaffeinated coffee be sure togo for the Swiss Water Decaf... The method of stripping the caffein from the bean is a healthy, chemical free process. Training Tip: Warm ups should be short, sharp and to th...

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Stuffed Pumpkin with Mince and Apple

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 20 July 2017

With this recipe, you don’t really need a side dish, since there are already plenty of vegetables in the stuffing, and in the squash itself. It would be a great recipe to try out now and then...

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Kickin' BBQ Shredded Chicken

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 6 July 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Raw buckwheat kernels are a great alternative to oats , dates and other highly carb dense foods. Try swapping your oats in your smoothie for some buckwheat kernels. It adds an extra crunch and a new flavour to the final prod...

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Prosciutto & Apple Crusted Salmon with Whittled Asparagus

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 29 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Use cooked quinoa in your smoothies! It thickens the smoothie and is a great carbohydrate to accompany fruit and protein flavours. Training Tip: Does your back round in heavy squats and deadlifts? This is generally from...

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Garlic Ginger Chicken

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 22 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Add chunks of fresh ginger to your tea. The fresh ginger adds a spice/kick to the tea as well as having loads of health benefits. It has many medicinal benefits, can decrease nausea, reduce muscle soreness, decrease inflamma...

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Dark Chocolate Chia Pudding

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 16 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: To remove the bitterness of certain greens such as kale, let them sit in a bowl of ice cold water. Let them sit for about an hour before removing for the best outcome! Training Tip: If you don't already place stretching p...

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BLT Bites

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 15 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: After your weekly food preparation cook up, be sure to let your cooked food temperature drop before placing in the fridge. Even with a good container it will drop the temperature of the fridge which promotes mold.... Yuc...

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Bang Bang Shrimp

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 8 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: When sautéing onions, add a pinch of baking soda. It will bring the browning on faster and literally half the cooking time. On a side note, baking soda is also great for neutralising stomach acids. We recommend adding into y...

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Crispy Vegetable Cakes

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 1 June 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Massage kale before using it in your salads. Massaging the kale leaf before eating it gives it a rich,full taste. It also softens the leaves up making them less rubbery and nicer to have in the salad. Training Tip: Scale ...

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Cottage Pie

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 18 May 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Store fresh herbs as you would a bunch of flowers. Place in a vase on the bench. Replace the water daily and prune any dying leaves/strands. This will make your fresh herbs last 2-3 times longer then if left in the fridge. ...

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Paleo Italian Meatballs

By: Stacey and Matty   On: 12 May 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Avoid making a purple sticky, stained, mess when trying to separate the fruit from the skin with a pomegranate. Simply cut the fruit in half and leave it to soak in a bowl of water. The fruit will rise while the skin sinks. ...

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Coffee Cake Banana Bread

By: Juli Bauer   On: 4 May 2017

Say what?? I want to eat this all day. No seriously. I almost did yesterday. After the boyfriend and I found out we couldn’t come to a conclusion (on buying a couch), we headed to brunch. Around 3. I was starving. Hangry. After a couple mimosas, I ...

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Chicken and Leek Pie with Cauliflower and Crust

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 20 April 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Start your day off with a large glass of filtered water with half a lemon and a pinch of Himalayan rock salt. This will alkalise your body and help to reduce inflammation. Training Tip: Plateauing with your lifts? Try u...

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Tomato Sauce and Poached Egg Tapas Style

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 6 April 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Fire up the fry pan to a medium heat & with no oil throw your dry herbs in (obviously one flavour at a time). This wakes the dry herbs up and releases there natural oils. In short it makes your paprika taste more paprika-y. ...

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Balsamic Braised Lamb Shanks

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 23 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tip: Fire up the fry pan to a medium heat & with no oil throw your dry herbs in (obviously one flavour at a time). This wakes the dry herbs up and releases there natural oils. In short it makes your paprika taste more paprika-y. ...

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Breakfast Paleo Pizza

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 16 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tips: To get the most out of your kiwi fruit, chop the end with the stem off (Only chop as far as you need to as you don't want to lose too much flesh. Take a teaspoon and push it down the side of the kiwi, between the skin and the...

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Beef Bone Broth

By: Stacy and Macy   On: 9 March 2017

CHIEF TIPS Cooking Tips: Stock up on cheap cuts of meat and bones and create your own bone broth. Turkey and chicken necks and boney beef cuts are perfect! Roast and freeze then use as and when needed! Training Tip: Strengthen your obliques! These...

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