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23 October 2017


  • headache, coughing, and fever

    by - Oct 15, 2015
      If I had symptoms such as a headache, coughing, and fever I would probably make a tea with sage, feverfew, lavender and horehound. The sage can be made simply by pouring 1 pint of boiling...
  • 7 Fat Loss Myths Debunked

    by - Sep 16, 2015
    7 Fat Loss Myths Debunked Everywhere you turn there’s another headline about how to lose weight and shave off fat. Many of these eye-catching headlines are myths, plain and simple. And if you’re not careful, they...
  • Protein & Fats for Exercise

    by - Sep 6, 2015
      Protein Structure  Essential amino acids: These can’t be made in the body and therefore it is vital that we get them in our food  Conditionally Essential amino acids: these amino acids are not...
  • Carbohydrates as fuel for exercise

    by - Sep 1, 2015
    Guidelines for daily CHO intake    Type of Athlete Training Frequency (days/week) Training Intensity Training Duration (hours/day) Daily CHO intake Range (g/kg) Recreational 3-4 Light-Moderate <1.0 3-5 Competitive 5-6 Moderate 1.0-2.0 6-8 Competitive 6-7 Moderate to...
  • What is sports nutrition?

    by - Aug 27, 2015
    What is sports nutrition? The World health organisation defines nutrition as the intake of food, considered in relation to the body’s dietary needs. Sports Nutrition is the specialized branch of nutrition that studies food with relevance...
  • Combatting Disease with Optimal Nutrition and Exercise

    by - Aug 13, 2015
    Physical Activity: ‘Any bodily movement that works your muscles and requires more energy than resting’ Exercise: ‘Physical activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive for the purpose of conditioning any part of the body. Exercise is...
  • What is Nutrition?

    by - Jul 27, 2015
      – What is Nutrition? Nutrition is the intake of food, considered in relation to the body’s dietary needs (WHO) or the process of nourishing or being nourished Nutrition is important for everyone and is a...
  • Osteoporosis

    by - Jul 9, 2015
    Osteoporosis You have noticed recently that your grandmother seems to be walking with a slight stoop to her posture. She mentioned that at her last doctor visit, he told her she had the beginning stages of...
  • Healing Crisis

    by - Jun 20, 2015
    Healing Crisis Once you have embarked on a healthier more positive lifestyle, you may find you experience more illness than previously. This can lead to some serious doubts about your healthy way of life but, generally,...
  • Cholesterol

    by - May 28, 2015
    Cholesterol   Cholesterol is often thought of as “bad” and to be avoided. However, the body requires cholesterol for nerve and cell function, including liver function, the production of the steroid hormones, including vitamin D, and...

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