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Fermented Foods and How They Positively Effect Recovery Post-Training

Fermented Foods and How They Positively Effect Recovery Post-Training

Most people think protein or carbohydrates when considering a recovery ale. Protein has sufficiently demonstrated to be a good idea to promote muscular recovery and adaptation to training. Carbohydrates, less so, unless you are competing in the Tour de France...

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Timing - When Do I Take The Shake?

Timing - When Do I Take The Shake?

Dr Oliver Witard, Senior Lecturer in Health and Exercise Sciences, University of Stirling, SCOTLAND, kindly clarified one other oft asked questions for us too... How critical is the timing of protein intake in relation to exercise for the stimulation of muscle...

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Meat or Plant-Based Proteins! Which is best?

Meat or Plant-Based Proteins! Which is best?

Dr Oliver Witard, Senior Lecturer in Health and Exercise Sciences, University of Stirling, SCOTLAND, recently answered one of the most frequently asked questions around 'type of protein' for the IOC. What are the best protein sources for stimulating a maximal response of muscle...

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Ketosis - Interview With Tony Boutagy Part 2

Ketosis - Interview With Tony Boutagy Part 2

So you've nailed the fasting after our previous blog post interview with Tony Boutagy! But how are you putting together your carbohydrate restricted diets on the other days? Are you punching in the protein & fats and ramping up your ketones? Should...

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How to Train High & Train Low for Endurance Athletes

How to Train High & Train Low for Endurance Athletes

Endurance athletes are primarily concerned about either performance, or getting the most out of every training session (adaptation). Sports nutrition research has highlighted the need for a twin approach to both of these outcomes.              ...

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