Athletes take their Nutrition seriously, and in recent years there has been plenty of research done to find out what Nutrients an Athlete should be getting (in what combinations, ratios, etc) and results show an intriguing “technique” that you can *easily* apply to your eating habits today!
Getting it right when it comes to micronutrients is not only a balancing act, but a matter of timing, dosing and knowing which ones “play well together” and which ones don’t! We’re going to analyze three super important minerals that you have to get right in order to optimize your health and your performance!
Iodine Possibly one of the most overlooked micronutrients out there, Iodine is absolutely crucial when it comes to maintaining a healthy and normal functioning thyroid (this is where over half of the iodine found in the human body can be found). Why is thyroid function so important? Well, for several reasons… but the biggest factor…… Continue reading 4 Common Deficiencies and How to Increase Your Intake
As you’ll [hopefully] have read in my last post – Training While Travelling: Keeping Fit On My Honeymoon – I had the privilege of being able to spend part of my Christmas holidays soaking up rays and getting my sweat on in the Caribbean. While I was determined to get in a workout at least every other…… Continue reading Eating While Travelling: Making Smart Food Choices Abroad