Sporting Bone Broths

Quite some time ago, I wrote a blog on the benefits of a hearty bone broth and how this age old tradition wholesomely nourishes your entire being. Now, very excitingly for us fitness enthusiasts, new research is starting to show the benefits of including bone broths in long distance races.

Rachel Jesson
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Having the guts to digest

High stomach acidity - isn’t that what you hear from your doctor when you have indigestion or reflux or heart burn? Well, I’m here to argue that in almost all cases of these digestive complaints, the problem is the exact opposite - i.e. our stomach acidity is too low…

Ian Craig
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Miraculous Honey

I just bought the most beautiful looking and tasting raw honey ever, so I decided to delve into the benefits of this beautiful, medicinal liquid gold.

Rachel Jesson
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Autoimmunity - Gut Bugs

I’ve had a lot of auto-immune patients coming to my clinic lately. Likely it’s a sign that the number of people succumbing to this health disorder is on the increase, although I do hope that it is also a sign that more of these individuals are not satisfied with standard medical treatment.

Ian Craig
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Overtraining in sport

I’ve just finished doing on online lecture on overtraining for the Centre for Nutrition Education (www.cnelm.co.uk) in the UK, so I thought I would share some of my thoughts with you. It’s a topic that is quite close to my heart because on reflection, I probably spent a large proportion of my athletics career in borderline overtraining - the recurrent injuries and infections were not by accident or ‘bad luck’ as some people might attribute them to….

Ian Craig
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