So to add a bit of value to the community and try to add to the ease of your food prep I have decided to give you my experience of Eezi Eggs. I had seen the Eezi Eggs page being liked and posts about the convenience of the product buzzing by on my timeline. After waking up early for the final time one morning cracking open 10 Eggs and separating the yolks (yes I do eat the yolks but not all the time) I decided to take the plunge. One of the first comments I get with regard to most "Health Food" is "It costs so much more!" So the first thing I did was do the math. My Formula as below: (Current Price I pay / 30 Eggs) vs (Price of 1 litre of Eezi Eggs/34 Eggs Including Delivery) R44/30 = R1,47 per egg vs R54.50 = R1,60 per egg OK so the price is ...

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Name: Sarah Ezzideen Age: 28 Weight: 65.4kg Day Job: Student Liaison at HFPA Q: Judging from your appearance you seem to have been training a while. Was powerlifting the way you initially got into weight lifting? A: It was actually the other way, I’ve always been training, I’ve been training for 10 years now but I’ve seriously started lifting like 4 years ago. I never thought of powerlifting, I never looked at it. It was only till last year when I was deadlifting and Henk (her coach) actually approached me and he was like “You look like you have a lot of potential. Let’s train you up and you’ve gotta compete” and I’m just like “Why not?” So I set new goals for myself, it’s a new challenge, it’s something different and yeah that’s how I ended up here! (Giggles shyly and shrugs shoulders) Q: Most forms of weightlifting is traditionally seen as a male thing. What has been ...

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This post is the first in a series of posts under the banner of “Expressions of Strength”. In these articles I wish to cover the different ways that the human body can express strength and the amazing feats that are achievable through the consistent application of technical know how, self belief and genetic talent or predisposition. The different aspects of strength tie in to bodybuilding and fitness, since we know without some measure of strength an athlete cannot progress or get into any kind of shape. While muscular stimulation and contraction does depend on the ability of an individual to mobilise muscle fibres to perform a movement without the application of resistance, in whatever form (weights, bodyweight, bands etc) forced adaption and change would either be very limited or near on impossible. The first Expression of Strength I will be looking at is Powerlifting as suggested by the title of this post. ...

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