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Nutrition for the Injured Athlete

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There are a few nutrition considerations to think about if you’re recovering from an exercise-induced injury. These kind of injuries can range from being out of play for a few days, to weeks, months or even years of recovery time. What we’re going to focus on in today’s article is on the slightly more severe […]

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Muscle Cramps and Nutrition

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Preventing muscle cramping is a popular topic among the exercising community, and if you’ve ever experienced the discomfort of an unexpected cramp, it’s easy to understand why. If you have been lucky enough to evade muscle cramps, they are generally defined as a sudden, involuntary and painful contraction of a muscle. In the healthy adult […]

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Supplement Series #2 – Nitrates

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Last week I was lucky enough to listen to an amazing webinar from Professor Andrew Jones, about all the latest research surrounding Nitrates; or as it is more commonly known, beetroot juice. A lot of my clients are already using this supplement, particularly for endurance events, but it has now been shown to have benefits […]

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Intermittent Fasting

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Intermittent Fasting (IF) is one of the hottest trends hitting the health and fitness scene at the moment. There is a huge amount of interest in it’s application and benefits, so let’s take a closer look at these and hopefully answer some of the questions you might have around this topic! What is Intermittent Fasting? […]

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The best diet for weight loss

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A brand new study from Stanford University has recently been published and the results are hitting headlines everywhere. In the study, the authors compared a low fat diet to a low carb diet, to see which was more effective for weight loss, over a 12 month period. They also tested for genetics and insulin sensitivity […]