Over-egging the evidence by Prof Andy Lane

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As a practitioner, I want to be able to find interventions that are useful for the athletes I work with. I want to be able to see the effects and know how to achieve them. For example, when using a sport psychology intervention, I want to know how much of a difference it should make.

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Enhancing body and mind performance: it all starts in the gut! by Ryre Lee Cornish

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In this blog article, Ryre from Move Nourish Change (MNC) and lecturer on module 2 of the Certificate of Integrative Sports Nutrition, interviews an amateur cyclist, looking to improve her body and mind performance. The demands of her job and exercise routine require her to be in top shape. Since her recent coeliac diagnosis, she sought out support from MNC to improve her flagging performance in all areas of life.

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Eating to podium while saving the planet

Posted by Simone do Carmo

Food is a major contributor towards greenhouse gas emissions and environmental pollution, a link that we often don’t realise. And athletes eat more than the average person due to their higher energy demands. 

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Nourish your thyroid for better performance

Posted by Ian Craig

You will rarely find the thyroid gland discussed within sports nutrition circles, but it absolutely should be… Not only are thyroid issues absolutely accepted as ‘real’ within sports medicine and exercise endocrinology, but we choose to nourish our thyroid gland via the foods we eat and supplements we take, plus our thyroid gland is heavily affected by our training and lifestyle load/stress.

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