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Nutrition / Performance nutrition workshops

Held for allied fitness / health professionals (Performance gyms, coaches, personal trainers, therapists…) whose job nature requires, or could benefit to the very least, form extra knowledge in the field of nutrition. Fitness industry is highly competitive (as is every…

Corporate workshops / seminars

Nutrition is becoming increasingly recognized as one of the most important factors for overall health and longevity.Unfortunately, the right information is hard to find and general population, for the most part lacks education in the area. Many corporations, on the…

Weight Management

Nutrition for weight management is specific in it’s nature in that it is constantly going to be changing, as client’s body composition changes. It’s very important that weight loss / gain is tracked and structured, so that best results are…

Performance Nutrition

Performance nutrition is very different than nutrition for general health and wellbeing. If you are an athlete, or a recreational trainee seeking to optimise your performance, your nutrition is going to play a crucial role in achieving this. As such,…

Fat and Inflammation

There is a trend these days where many people seem to be advocating against the ‘skinny’ or ‘model’ kind of look, and that is absolutely fine – it is both unhealthy and unrealistic for most. However, the opposite is just…

Plant VS Animal based protein

Not all protein is the same. If you go to a supermarket, you will be able to read the breakdown of fats and carbohydrate on a typical nutritional label – but for protein you won’t. It just says – protein…

Public health issues and sugar metabolism

Never before have we had these levels of metabolic syndrome (obesity, diabetes, hypertension, high triglycerides) as we have today. Back in the 70s there has been a strong propaganda against dietary fat. People have been led to believe that dietary…

Hypertrophy

What determines how much muscle will you gain / maintain?  A lot of factors come into play. 1)The natural level of testosterone a person has. Testosterone is without question strongly related to muscular size. One of the more relevant studies…