Magnesium is one of the most common nutrient insufficiencies, especially in those taking part in regular exercise. In this article we are going to look at the role of magnesium in exercise performance and recovery.
Posts Tagged ‘Nutrition’
In this article we are going to look at how you can increase the phytonutrient levels in your diet.
In this article we discuss the far-reaching effects of phytonutrients, the compounds found natural in foods that can have a powerful impact on your health. We look at different phytonutrients, their benefits and how the colour of your food can help guide you, when trying to increase certain phytonutrients in your diet.
Chronic inflammation plays a significant role in almost all disease conditions in some way or another. Anything from diabetes, Alzheimer’s, cancer, eczema, arthritis, psoriasis and more are all influenced by inflammation. In this article we take a look at how to control inflammation with foods and botanicals.
In this article we are going to look at how nutrition can help optimize recovery from a bone fracture. We have used similar tactics outlined in this article to help stunt performers recover well from injury when the unexpected happens.
We all know someone, (or perhaps we are that someone), who says they want something – yet they never come through with the goods. How long are you going to say you want something, yet you never commit the time and dedication to get it?
Protein is always a contentious subject with varying opinion on how much and what forms of protein we can or should be eating. In this article we are going to look at why protein is important and giving you some guidance on how much protein might be right for you.
Following on from the previous article Protein: Understanding the Importance and establishing your protein goal. In this article we are going to look at some of the common myths that surround protein, in particular the common physiological arguments for meat vs plant-based protein.
In previous articles on protein we looked at understanding the importance of protein and establishing a protein goal, then covered some of the common myths & questions associated with protein. All of that is great, but what does this mean on a practical level? What protein should you be eating?