Nutrition

  • Easy fish and chips

    Easy fish and chips

    22nd August 2016

    Nutrition expert Renee McGregor provides easy to follow performance boosting fish and chips

  • Probiotic drinks: Cure all or con?

    Probiotic drinks: Cure all or con?

    22nd August 2016

    Around the globe over £20 billion is spent on probiotics annually. But how effective are they for otherwise healthy people and are they useful for sporting performance?

  • Protein bars: Which to choose?

    Protein bars: Which to choose?

    8th July 2016

    Protein bars are a quick and simple way to get energy and refuel on the go. We look at three types available on the market

  • Recipe: Immunity boosting Beef Bughela

    Recipe: Immunity boosting Beef Bughela

    4th July 2016

    Yogurt contains probiotic bacteria, the ‘good’ bacteria that are a foundation of good gut function. Turmeric contains curcumin; an anti-inflammatory phytochemical found by research to improve gut health function and improve energy balance. The proper functioning of the gut is…

  • Recipe: Pumpkin seed and GoJi berry energy bars

    Recipe: Pumpkin seed and GoJi berry energy bars

    4th July 2016

    Rustle up your own energy bars! The bars are a quick, easy and convenient snack to eat on the go and full of slow releasing carbs for sustained energy, protein for muscle growth and immune boosting nutrients. Ingredients Makes 6-8…

  • Breakfast Recipe: Quinoa Porridge with mixed berries

    Breakfast Recipe: Quinoa Porridge with mixed berries

    4th July 2016

    By unleashing the power of foods such as quinoa, breakfasts can become a useful tool in helping you perform; whether that’s training or an event Ingredients Serves 2 100g quinoa 1 pinch ground cinnamon 1 pinch ground cardamom 240ml almond…

  • Recipe: Joint saving grilled ginger chicken

    Recipe: Joint saving grilled ginger chicken

    4th July 2016

    The active ingredient in chilli is called capsaicin. Capsaicin attaches to the TRPV-1 receptors in your mouth to give it that ‘hot’ feeling. Capsaicin acts on the neuroendocrine system as a mild stimulant, increasing the production of energy and even…