Food

Win £450 of Healthy, Delicious Food And Lose Weight!

We’re big fans of Gold Standard Nutrition. Their aim is to provide busy/CBA men and women with healthy, high protein, balanced meals which can help them control their weight. What’s not to love? Unusually for food companies selling over the web their recipes are spot on and the Pots of Gold (BBQ, always BBQ) are rapidly becoming something of a must-eat item in the office. And at 400ish calories for

Exclusive MAN v FAT Discount Code For Nuun Tablets

Oh Nuun Hydration Tablets, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. 1) You make water slightly less boring, meaning that 2 litres of H2O doesn’t become H2Ohno (I know, I know – I should write ads for a living).  2) A full Nuun tablet in a pint of water before bed when you’ve been out drinking and one in a pint of water in the morning seems

Share Your Best Recipes: Sweet Potato and Tomato Soup

Over on the forum Jaxom is a popular guy who’s always up for supporting other MAN v FAT members with their weight loss. He’s also a terrific cook, so we challenged him to put together a soup recipe after he claimed that he could make one better than a certain well-known soup brand’s tomato soup. Do you have a great healthy recipe? Share it with us! Creamy Tomato Soup Makes 4-6 servings (1200g

This Dieting Century: how we’ve lost weight in the last ten decades

For our ancestors dieting wasn’t really a concern, most people worried about not having enough to eat and being chased by dinosaurs [RESEARCH THIS LATER] rather than the reverse. It wasn’t until the twentieth century that this began to change, so here’s one hundred years worth of diet crazes that takes us from Fletcherism to 5:2 1910-20 Aside from the Great War, the most notable single event of the decade happened

Everything You Need To Know About Sirtuins and Sirtfoods

WARNING: There’s a new diet trend brewing and we think it’s only fair that we tell you everything you need to know about sirtfoods so you can be the one to go, “Oh yeah, sirtfoods, that’s last week’s news” the first time someone mentions them to you. Naturally, the Daily Mail has already described it as a “wonder food“. SPOILER: it’s not. So What The Heck Are Sirtfoods? Let’s turn