Nutrition

Everyday & sports performance hydration

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Staying well hydrated is incredibly important for recreational and elite athletes, as well as non-exercise goers. The body is made up of approximately 72% water and this water assists with a wide range of chemical reactions that occur throughout the body including those that regulate body temperature, lubricate joints, support metabolism, promote fat burning and most importantly transport nutrients to cells to give you energy.

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Immune Boosting Foods

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We can all benefit (particularly now) from increasing foods in our diet that help boost immune function. Our good gut bacteria makes up close to 70% of our immune system, and includes many different strains that are fed and strengthened by different coloured polyphenol and fibre rich foods. To ensure we have a wide variety and high amounts of our good gut bacteria in our digestive tracts, it is important to make sure we are eating a variety of polyphenol/ fibre rich foods which can be found in this article.

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Warm Lemon Water: Is it worth the hype?

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Clinical Nutritionist Bec Stone finds a common question she gets from clients is “is having warm lemon water in the morning actually any good for you? Or is it all just hype?” Read on to find out.

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Meal Plan for an Active Individual

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Question to Clinical Nutritionist Bec Stone: I come to a fitness class at Evado 6 days a week. What is a sample day on a meal plan for someone who is very active?

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Good Gut Bacteria

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Our digestive tract (mainly our colon) contains trillions of friendly and beneficial gut bacteria, known as good gut bacteria. Read WHY and HOW to feed the good gut bacteria.

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