Most Fitness Professionals aren’t qualified to write up Meal Plans – it is outside their “scope of practice”. However, some have the formal education, and others use software to circumvent the issue. What should you know about the information you receive regarding your Nutrition?
I’ve been meaning to write this for months, and just the other day I saw a friend’s Instagram post that showed a picture of a donut, and it said: ‘Treat the Donut, Not the Hole!’ Seemed like the perfect trigger to get to it and write about the Biopsychosocial Approach…
You should think of your Health as you would a Business Opportunity: it’s an Investment of both Time & Money! The only way to ensure a favourable outcome is to KNOW your numbers! That’s where Food Tracking comes into play…
First post back after a brief “sabbatical”. We’re looking at how Great Marketing AND a Great Product can possibly be conceived when you have the clout of global celebrity status behind your name. We’re looking at the rungs of the new Supplement Line: Ladder
Part Two of our Athlete’s Approach to Nutrition neatly stacks up the second component to this “Nutrition Strategy” and revolves around how we structure our meals throughout the day. While it is very simple, for many of us, it may not be *easy*.
Peering on the dark side of the Gut-Health-moon… so much consideration is given to what you *shouldn’t* consume in order to maintain an optimal microbiome. Let’s think about what you DO want to take, which can significantly improve your overall health as a result!
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!