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Whey protein has been long viewed as the king of proteins, but what is the difference between whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate? Find out more about how WPI can help you.
Micronutrients have been becoming bigger in stature with wide spread supplementation, in particular the antioxidant claims being of specific interest for both health and exercise. But is there any truth in antioxidant supplementation for exercise support and performance?
Ask around, either in the office or your friends, someone is on a 'diet'. As we get closer to the summer season and the thought for some people donning swimwear, is somewhat of a scary one.
A little knowledge is a dangerous thing! In the case of nutrition, no truer words have been said. Turning to the internet for answers, often only complicates and confuses nutritional information. Let our head nutritionist, Gareth Nicholas, share his wisdom on why calories are not the be-all and end-all.
It's on, it's off, it's postponed... The goverenment strategy in reducing childhood obesity is to tackle the location, promotion and advertising of high fat, sugary or salty (HFSS) foods. This potentially opens the door for the protein bar revolution to continue it's growth and popularity among shoppers. BUT are they a healthy alternative or just papering over the cracks?
We see people going into the gym nowadays with no structure to their workouts, they don’t follow a programme and therefore end up choosing a workout to do from YouTube or Instagram hoping to see results. This is not the best approach to take with your training; but this is progressive overload comes in.
No pain, no gain! Ever had that feeling, the muscle aches and pains 24-48 hours after a gym sessions. Chances are you are feeling the effects of DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness). A completely normal but painful inevitability of training. Here's Gareth Nicholas' top tips to help you get over DOMS and back to training.