Posted 170 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Introducing Nutrichondria

Definition: Pre-occupation with negative details of one’s diet and a propensity to self-diagnose food intolerances or allergies based on supposition or flawed evidence.

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Posted 171 Days Ago in: Nutrition

A Review of the Healthiest Nuts

Nuts are extremely nutrient-dense, no matter which ones you have: Unsaturated fats, omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, vitamin E and plant sterols to name a few. We investigate all the nuts individually to help you decide which one is for you!

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Posted 177 Days Ago in: Training

Overcoming Gym Intimidation

The gym doesn't have to be an intimidating place, in fact, it's not what you think it is at all. Here's a few tips to gain the confidence to reach your goals in the gym.

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Posted 179 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Health Food Hacks for Picky Eaters

Picky eating is not always about, but normally involves an aversion to healthier foods. We delve into what healthy foods really are and help make them tastier than ever!

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Posted 184 Days Ago in: Training

Improving your posture for a fitter life

Incorrect posture is the reason for a number of health complications and pain for everyone, and it's easy to fix even if you work at a desk or don't have time to be very active. We check out the best ways for you to improve your posture in order to live healthier.

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Posted 186 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Bloating - what it is and how to prevent it

Bloating is one of the most common symptoms of discomfort for people all over the world and of all ages. We investigate why it happens and what we can do to prevent it and live healthier.

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Posted 191 Days Ago in: Training

Getting to Grips with Plyometric Exercises

Plyometric exercises can be crucial for people who want to improve their strength and explosive power, as well as athletes who play sports that require quick bursts of pace, for instance. We investigate what they are, why you should do them, and different ways you can incorporate them into your regular training schedule.

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Posted 192 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Traffic Light Food Labels

Understanding what foods you should be eating is only part of the picture when you aren't sure of what the foods on the shelves of stores contains. Enter traffic light food labels, that make it easier to see what certain foods contain and what you should be choosing.

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Posted 197 Days Ago in: Training

How To Burn Calories By Walking

Walking is for everybody, and is beneficial to your health, wellbeing and lifestyle. It can be done anywhere and doesn't require much skill, which makes it the perfect low intensity exercise for you to do daily!

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Posted 198 Days Ago in: Nutrition

The rise and rise of quinoa

Quinoa is a popular nutrient dense substitute for rice and pasta that should be a part of everyone's diet. We explore what makes it so special and how you can include it in your diet.

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