If you’re a regular to this blog you’ll know about my love affair with low calorie products, here’s my view on the latest additions to MyProtein’s product line
The Actifry is reasonably priced, but not the cheapest on the market, so I did a fair amount of research before I paid my pounds.
The Tefal Actifry is one of my most cherished kitchen gadgets. Without this little babe there is no way I would be able to stick to my diet and healthy eating regime.
If you’ve ever been on a diet you will have definitely been in this position at some point. In fact I’d go as far as to say this happens to the majority of dieters regardless of your end goal!
Apple cider vinegar is now widely available in a number of UK shops. Many people feel that the vinegar helps them to control their weight whilst others feel it helps their digestion.
As I’ve mentioned previously, sometimes MyProtein products completely hit the mark and I’m always a little dubious of “special” flavours of anything as I generally speaking they tend to be a bit naff.
If you’re anything like me imma bet you love a little chocolate treat every now and again! Thing is though, your average chocolate bar lingers around the 200 to 300 calories mark.
With so many to choose from it’s hard to know which is the BEST flavour MyProtein powder. I give you my run down here!
I have an ongoing life-long love affair with red meat but I also LOVE trying new foods. It dawned on me that to my knowledge I’ve never knowingly had Quorn so it seemed like a good place to start.
I’ve tried many sugar free syrups in my time like Waldens, Skinny Syrups, Starbucks and random own brands I come across so I’m interested to see how MyProtein stacks up.