Tag: hydration

Christmas is just around the corner and, whilst it should be enjoyed, it can come with some, err…extra baggage come the New Year. Keeping your weight in check ...

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Water is your body’s principal chemical component and makes up about 60% of your body weight. Your body depends on it to survive. Every cell, tissue and organ ...

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Tamarind is a sticky, fleshy, pulpy fruit with a sweet and tangy taste that grows within brown pods. It’s been a widely used spice-condiment staple in the ...

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Perilla (aka, shiso, beefsteak plant, Chinese basil and purple mint) originally came from China until migrating to Japan in the 8th century, Perilla quickly ...

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We talk about health often, but did you know that the largest organ of your body, your skin, can weigh around 10kg? It's important to understand how you can ...

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With watermelon season nearly upon us, it’s time to acknowledge and share the numerous benefits of this incredible fruit. Known as 'Citrullus lanatus' from ...

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Cucumber is the 4th most cultivated fruit (yes, it’s actually a fruit! classed in the same family as melons and squash) in the world, and despite originating ...

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Mangoes are native to the South of Asia where the common or Indian mango (Mangifera indica) is exported worldwide as one of the most widely cultivated tropical ...

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Himalayan Salt is a form of salt that is hand mined from ancient sea beds and is untainted by modern environmental toxins.  It is believed to be the purest ...

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July saw the return of the CrossFit Games to the Stubhub Centre, Carson California, testing the world’s fittest athletes and watched by an increasing worldwide ...

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The three pillars of sport nutrition are to: a) maximise performance when it matters, b) maximise recovery and c) how to enhance physiological adaptations ...

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No matter what the level of your training be it professional, recreational or simply to keep fit, you may notice that you train better or worse at different ...

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