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Chandan Kumar
How To Slow Down the Ageing Process

How To Slow Down the Ageing Process

Hormones and Ageing This blog started from a question about hormones and ageing, but unfortunately, this is an incredibly complex area that needs to be dealt with on an individual level. Sorry team. If you are concerned, here’s what I’d do: speak to your GP, schedule some tests, and if you think there’s something serious going on, get a referral to an endocrinologist. Once you’ve done that, you can have a look at the various nutritional and lifestyle strategies you can implement that can help support your specific situation. Please don’t just go blindly follow some hormone fixing pill/powder/juice/supplement cleanse...

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Chandan Kumar
Let’s Talk Hunger...

Let’s Talk Hunger...

If we are aiming to lose weight, it’s likely that that period of time is going to include moments of hunger. Just to be clear, this is not what we are saying: - The more you starve yourself, the better your results - It’s ok to be hungry all the time, suck it up - The goal is to eat as little as possible If you are 'hangry' all hours of the day, if you feel sluggish or low in energy, or you have found yourself overconsuming food one day and then compensating the next, then this blog IS NOT FOR...

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Matt Boyce
What can we do with our nutrition to be running at optimal health?

What can we do with our nutrition to be running at optimal health?

This week’s blog is inspired by a question from Tayla Lamerton, thanks for your great question Tayla! “Would love to know more about male/female differences! Have read a few different articles about particular patterns of eating (e.g., low carb high protein, high carb low fat, intermittent fasting) and the different male/female outcomes (e.g., hormone levels -> performance) but I would love to hear more!!” Although an in-depth answer to this question could probably take up a textbook or two, I’ll cover a few diet and lifestyle factors that can affect our hormone levels and give you some food for thought...

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Matt Boyce
You've got Your Prep ordered, now, when to eat it?

You've got Your Prep ordered, now, when to eat it?

Meal timing, also commonly referred to as ‘nutrient timing’, is a concept focussing on the importance of when you have your meals in relation to each other and your activity throughout the day. Now, if your food across the day isn’t appropriate for your needs and goals, no amount of perfect meal timing is going to save you. But if we’ve got that side of things in order, there are times where tweaking our meal timing can help improve our progress and performance.  Pre-Training If you’re doing any kind of intense exercise, you NEED to eat beforehand. I’ve seen too...

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