Optimal foods and meals to support your immunity (includes free recipe book)

Nutritional Optimisation just became real. With a global pandemic on the rise and no vaccine in sight, having a well-nourished immune system, a healthy body composition and better than average metabolic health has suddenly become a priority for a LOT of people. People who haven’t run for years are taking to the streets to try …

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The eight nutrients you need for optimal immune function (and the foods and meals that actually contain them)

With Coronavirus (COVID-19) looming large, we are certainly living in interesting times!   With no vaccine on the horizon for many months or years, it’s more important than ever to prioritise foods that contain the nutrients that your immune system needs to fight off COVID-19 when you are exposed.  Data from China indicates that those who …

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The Optimal Nutrient Intake Score: Your ultimate measure of diet QUALITY (regardless of quantity)

Ever wished someone would create a single score to measure quality, ensure you are getting the essential nutrients you need (rather than just avoiding “bad foods”) and help you manage satiety, so you don’t need to worry so much about food quantity? I give you the Optimal Nutrient Score! Overview This article defines how we …

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Vitamins for weight loss and satiety: which one and how much do you actually need?

The dietary supplement industry is worth $125 billion per year and is set to reach a massive $210 billion by 2026.  Vitamins are big business, marketing to the hopes and dreams of people who want to improve their health, lose weight and compensate for a poor diet.   But which (if any) of these vitamins actually help? …

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