The Gut-Brain Axis
Gut feeling, gut instinct, go with your gut... We’ve all heard these sayings, but where and why did they originate? The gut-brain axis is the connection between your gut and your brain, which can be seen as a communication network between the two. “The gut-brain axis (GBA) consists of bidirectional...Read More
What’s The Best Protein For You? – Part 2
Here's part 2 of What's the Best Protein For You? Here are another few factors to consider when choosing your protein. 🔥 Anti-inflammatory To get a healthy bang for your buck out of the protein that you eat, consider trying some salmon (or most fatty fish). Salmon is high in...Read More
What’s The Best Protein For You? – Part 1
The best source of protein really does depend on what you want to get out of it! Different options can work best for different people with different focuses. 🧪 Bioavailability This is the extent to which we utilize the amino acids consumed in our meals for functional uses. Whey protein,...Read More
The Blurring Line Between Fitness and Life Coaching
The Rise of the Life Coach An American professor called Anthony Klotz coined the term ‘The Great Resignation’ to explain the ongoing trend (in the U.S. initially) of employees voluntarily leaving their jobs, from spring 2021 to the present, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been described as a sort...Read More
How to Tell If You’re Skinny Fat, and How to Beat It
There is a mountain of information and advice out there for people who feel they are overweight and for people who feel they are underweight. Perhaps you weigh yourself and seem to be at an acceptable weight, but simply aren’t happy with how you look and feel. This may be...Read More
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