“One person’s meat is another’s poison”, Titus Lucretius Carus coined this expression in the first century BC, “quod ali cibus est aliis fuat acre venenum” (what is food for one man may be bitter poison to others). This is surely ancient wisdom that seems to fit the current dilemma, which could be called the “DietaryContinue reading “NUTRITION DILEMMA – SO WHAT DO WE DO?”
The nutrition dilemma – common ground can be found, lets look
We are conflicted by the evidence for what to eat and experts cannot agree so what are we to do. 1st of several blogs to air the ideas.
BEMER and Mark a happy story
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Can Mark reevaluate his life at 72 and regain health before it is too late?
How to develop a Health care needs assessment for loved ones.
Wow! What a lot of great information by some excellent speakers. This seminar, put on by USATF as a level-3 Coaches seminar on women’s endurance running was a great success. Covering topics like biomechanics and form analysis, using latest tools like “Coaches Eye” http://www.coachseye.com/ to easily record video and quickly analyze. I will be tryingContinue reading “The Women’s Endurance Summit”
It’s the new year and a new you! Take care out there as we all set out on our quests to be better, stronger, faster and probably skinnier! I posted about the risks of under-eating and the risks for us all of RED-S (relative energy deficiency syndrome). Intake of sufficient nutrients is important for athleteContinue reading “NEW YEAR – Doing too much too soon”
Low Carbohydrate diets are not new having begun with the so called Banting Diet in London where a highly nutritious diet of offal, meat, fats and very little carbohydrates and sugars was found to reduce body fat in overweight subjects without reducing capacity to function or exercise. The idea that we need carbohydrates is beingContinue reading “LCHF Review some basics on this dietary latest”