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The Importance of Sleep for Rowers
Its 6am most of the population are tucked up in bed,
meanwhile the average rower has already started the warm up for their morning
training session.  Success in rowing
requires an almost unparalleled level of hard work, determination and
self-discipline.  E...
The Importance of Sleep for Rowers
The Importance of Sleep for Rowers
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Coffee and Health Part 1 – What is in coffee and how does it work
It’s one of the most sought after commodities in the world
right up there with crude oil and natural gas. 
Whilst the former products are used to power cars, planes and industrial
factories the humble coffee bean powers us human beings through the latest
de...
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The Future of Meat
I recently attended the Nutrition Society Summer conference
entitled “The future of animal products in the diet.”  The conference was fantastic there was a huge
diversity of speakers, coming at the issue’s from a myriad of perspectives.  The combination of ...
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Indulgence
Indulgence and
Binging At one point or another we’ve all indulged in some less than
ideal food choices, or in some cases gone on an all-out food binge devouring
everything insight until a state of food coma is reached.   The food we indulge in will vary bet...
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Breakfast - The Most Important Meal of the Day
Breakfast has always been revered as the
most important meal of the day.   Yet in
the UK it doesn't always get the time and
love it deserves.   There is evidence that
skipping breakfast can be detrimental in terms of weight gain and other markers
of health....
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Insulin
In an
earlier article  I talked about
the importance of focusing on nutrient density and quality and not just
calories.  The first law of
thermodynamics essentially boils down to: Energy in (from food)-energy burned (physical
activity and other metabolic pr...
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Nutritional Supplements
Nutritional science has come a long way in the last few
decades.  Researchers are constantly
finding new patterns and mechanisms, in the pursuit of improving and optimising
health.  Coinciding with the advances in
the field, the supplement industry has expl...
Nutritional Supplements
Nutritional Supplements
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The Saturated Fat Debate
Recently as part of a nutritional science
module I was given several options of essay subjects, and one of them really
jumped out at me. 1)          Nutrition science continues to evolve
and we should always challenge the accepted view when new evidence eme...
The Saturated Fat Debate
The Saturated Fat Debate
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Food Addiction is it real?
Is Food Addiction Real? My  apologies  guys, its been a while since I have posted anything due to university work. This post is written by a friend of mine Sirine.  Sirine has a  bachelors  degree in biomedical science, and is currently doing her masters de...
Food Addiction is it real?
Food Addiction is it real?
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Why Everyone Should Do Some Resistance Training
Why Everyone Should Do Some
Resistance Training Today I’m
breaking away from the nutrition stuff again, and writing more about self-improvement
and training.  This piece is going to be
on why, in my opinion, everyone should give resistance or weight trainin...
Why Everyone Should Do Some Resistance Training
Why Everyone Should Do Some Resistance Training
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