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Welcome to the blog

Hey everybody, This blog is long overdue, but you are all welcome nonetheless! This blog will contain articles on everything related to sports nutrition and weight loss, and the occasional issue or topic that presents itself in my practice. If you have any topics you would like to see covered in the realm of nutrition, … Continue reading Welcome to the blog

Does your milk contain dangerous chemicals and hormones?

The answer may or may not surprise you, read on to uncover the answer. No. God no. No way, José. Not a trace, Grace. Don't believe me, read the law. https://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2006:364:0005:0024:EN:PDF

How to use the low carb approach in your training.

Spoiler alert: You don't need to drink bulletproof coffee, you don't need to shovel carbs down your throat and you don't need to "convert" to ketogenesis. The key to maximizing endurance performance, or performance in general, is getting the required adaptations from ALL sessions, you could be shooting yourself in the foot, unwittingly, read on … Continue reading How to use the low carb approach in your training.

Practical grocery workshop

The gap between knowledge & success is application It has become inherently evident to me that there are many things that do not work when it comes to giving out nutrition advice, and having people interact accordingly with it. One such factor was giving people overwhelming amounts of information, which I was privy to doing, … Continue reading Practical grocery workshop

Practical application nutrition series: Supplements

Practical application series INTRODUCTION             Supplements and ergogenic aids are all the rage at present, and represent a multi-billion-dollar industry that sits on a house of cards and is fuelled by one thing; hope. When we reach for a supplement, what we are looking for is a better outcome, an improvement, a shortcut to a … Continue reading Practical application nutrition series: Supplements

Practical application nutrition series: Travel, jet-lag and catering

INTRODUCTION             I want to cover this topic as part of what I am calling the practical application series for athletes, as oftentimes, the link between knowledge, perfect plans and actual results is the application and execution. We are often overexcited and overly ambitious in the planning stage, that we sometimes forget that all we … Continue reading Practical application nutrition series: Travel, jet-lag and catering