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!
In my first ever CXP Nutrition article I poked the proverbial hornets nest when it came to discussing Carbs. Today, I’m doing the same with Protein. Everything you’re about to read is impartial, science-backed and simple truth! Learn more about why you should [probably] increase your Protein intake in a bid to better your Nutrition!
Today we’re tackling Type II Diabetes from the perspective of Nutrition. Specifically, we’re discussing how the Paleo (or Primal) Diet can help with this. You’ll come out the other end with the cogs turning – I promise!
We’re taking a look at three of the most abundant sources of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, where you can get them from in your diet, and how much you need to stay healthy.
In the longest CXP Nutrition post to date, you’re going to get an in-depth analysis of what the Ketogenic Diet is all about; we look at both the positives and negatives, and by the end, you should have a clear sense of whether “going keto” is for you.