Extending the lifespan

This blog is gonna get a bit ‘sciencey’…bear with me… It’s about cells, or more precisely, the mitochondria – the powerhouse of our cells, providing most of our cellular energy requirements. They have bacterial origins that have become normal constituents of the cells in our body that produce the energy needed for cell growth and …

Changing the game?

The Netflix documentary ‘The Game Changers’ has generated a lot of interesting debate of late – with some strong opinions on the topic of vegan/vegetarian diets vs. meat-eaters. With high protein foods & beverages gaining more popularity in the health and wellbeing market in the last few years, knowing what you need – depending on …

How much is too much – overtraining

We’re all a little bit guilty of it right…? Pushing ourselves when something is ‘just a niggle’ in the knee, we’re feeling ‘a little run down’, we’re ‘just a bit tired’. We tell ourselves that if we push on we’ll feel better…right…we’ve got a comp to train for… Signs of over training: feeling overly tired/fatigued, …

Right type, right place – protein

Protein is vital for human physiology because it supplies the body with amino acids – the biochemical entities that make and repair body tissues including muscle, skin, bone, organs, nails and hair. Protein also assists in hormone production, regulation of metabolism, building of enzymes and making antibodies and immune system molecules. When training and in …