Overtraining revisited

FUNCTIONAL SPORTS NUTRITION - MARCH/APRIL 2018

Overtraining is a well-studied phenomenon in sports medicine, but it may also be viewed as adrenal fatigue in integrative health practices. Ian Craig pulls together a few physiological models and considerations to help us understand this term better. 

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Exercise-induced gastrointestinal dysfunction in endurance athletes   

FUNCTIONAL SPORTS NUTRITION - JULY/AUGUST 2018

Having just completed her dissertation research project as a final year student at CNELM, Katherine Caris-Harris shares her mechanism review, incorporating the functional medicine model, that investigates the role of exercise-induced endotoxemia in lower GI dysfunction in endurance athletes.

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A FOCUS ON: COCONUT WATER

FUNCTIONAL SPORTS NUTRITION - NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018

Over the past few years, coconut water has gained immense popularity within the sport and fitness world. It is viewed as a ‘natural’ low-calorie drink and athletes have been using it as a replacement for typical sports drinks due to its high electrolyte content.

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The Connectivity of Injuries

TOTAL SPORTS NUTRITION – OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2012

Muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints are often viewed as mechanical structures and if injury occurs, it’s just unlucky. Ian Craig looks at how to nourish our injuries.

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