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Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2013’

  • Probiotics and Your Gut

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    Share The human gut has an estimated surface area of a tennis court, and we have more than 100 trillion different bacteria living there. These can be split into three main groups; lactic acid bacterial group (which are used in probiotics), anaerobic group, and aerobic …

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  • Super Sesame Seeds

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    Share I mentioned in a post a couple of weeks ago that sesame seeds were a fantastic choice. I thought it was time to expand on why. There have been various studies done in animals and test tubes that have indicated that consumption of sesame …

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  • Legumes

    Legumes for Inflammation

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    Share For nearly any of you who have spent much time with me, you would have heard me bang on about how great legumes are, especially legumes for inflammation, so I figured it was time that I wrote a post about it! This is the …

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  • Anti inflammatory foods

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    Share I was lucky enough to speak to our team this week about anti inflammatory foods, and the growing body of evidence there is around these. At the suggestion of Rob Russo, I created a quiz, that everyone then participated in, followed up by case …

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  • Runners Gut

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    Share That horrible feeling as you’re running. Cramping, bloating, and an undeniable urgency to find a bathroom. Also known as runners gut. Runners are twice as likely as other athletes to experience gastrointestinal discomfort, with some studies indicating that 25-50% of elite athletes experience gastrointestinal …

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