Optimal macros for fat loss, maintenance and bulking

What if you could harness the power of your chronobiology to optimise your diet for fat loss (spring), bulking (autumn) or maintenance (winter/summer)?   Our analysis of half a million days of MyFitnessPal data provides some fascinating insights into how you can dial in your macro ranges to help you optimise your diet to suit […]

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What makes Nutrient Optimiser different?

Participants from the first Nutrient Optimiser Challenge were asked what made the Nutrient Optimiser different from other things they had tried before. Here’s what they said: Overall, this was far easier than anything I’d tried.  The only other thing I had done seriously was LCHF keto, which worked but very slowly due to the enormous […]

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How much salt do you need?

Are you getting enough (or too much) salt?   And do you know what is optimal anyway?   This article looks at the latest research and some novel insights about optimal sodium.   While we’re at it, we’ll look at some other essential minerals that you are likely missing out on. Why is sodium important? […]

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Systematising Satiety – Low Carb Down Under Presentation

It has been a real honour to have the opportunity over the years to present at Low Carb Down Under and have them shared on their YouTube channel! Without further ado, here’s my latest presentation on satiety from the last meeting on the Gold Coast in Australia. Satiety is a fascinating and multi-factorial parameter of […]

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237 Nutrient Dense Recipes [Photos]

Beyond all the words and numbers on Optimising Nutrition, it was great to see nutrient dense recipes people created in response to the Nutrient Optimiser challenge when they focused on improving their micronutrient profile on the first Nutrient Optimiser Challenge.   Do you want the exact food lists that empowered thousands of Nutrient Optimisers to […]

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The biggest trends in nutrition

This article analyses the most significant trends in nutrition over the last hundred years. No!  Not, short-term dietary trends like the keto diet, vegan, paleo, carnivore or low carb, but rather the long-term trends that have been influenced by: world wars and depressions, politics and government subsidies, paradigm shifts in food processing, fossil fuel based […]

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