• are you ready to get (back) into it? Follow these willpower 5 tips to endorphin nirvana.

    5 Tips to Get Back Into Your Fitness Routine

     I have no other way of saying this: Willpower is just not going to cut it. Ah, willpower. I feel for him. Over-used and overrated. Picture this. It’s snowing outside. I feel warm and cosy sitting on my sofa. I dream of swapping my leggings and chunky turtle neck for my PJs. But I also …

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  • Why brain health should be your absolute priority

    Last week Joe took you through his mission to change the mind-set of the sports industry and inspire a shift from aesthetic and physical goals to holistic wellbeing and long-term brain health. In fact, this mission has much greater applications. Today we’re putting things in perspective. We are exploring the importance of brain health in …

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  • anti-ageing food to eat in march

    Anti-Ageing: What to Eat in March for Graceful, Healthy Ageing

    March. It may not feel like it right now, but spring is coming. When it comes to eating locally sourced, seasonal food, March could be the most interesting month of the year. You’ll find the tail-end of warming winter produce, and early signs of fresh spring goods. March is also the month when we will …

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  • sports nutrition improvement

    The Greatest Change in Sports Nutrition in Decades

    Joe Welstead, cofounder of Motion Nutrition, looks to the future of sports nutrition. Sports nutrition has evolved so much over the last decade. Just 4 years ago as an athlete preparing for Commonwealth Games, I found it incredibly frustrating that all supplements were full of cheap artificial ingredients. Clearly, these products were made with no …

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  • Vitamins and Minerals for Brain Health

    We often think of vitamins and minerals as essential for maintaining optimal health, being energetic and avoiding wintery colds. But have you ever considered the role that vitamins and minerals play in the functioning and development of your brain? If you haven’t, now’s the time to. Degenerative diseases and longevity go hand in hand. As …

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  • stevia

    The truth about stevia: wonder food or another artificial sweetener?

    Is stevia good or bad? What makes it so popular? How is stevia actually made? And why has the Soil Association refused to certify stevia or products that contain it as organic? Today, we’re unveiling the truth. What is Stevia? Stevia is currently having a hype moment. Both more and less ‘natural’ food producers increasingly …

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  • brain food february seasonal

    Brain Food: What to Eat in February for Optimal Health.

    Have you noticed? How January was all about getting in physical shape? That’s nice. But maybe it’s time we take care of our brain health just as much. Mens sana in corpore sano*, right? Lucky for us, February abounds with brain food perfectly in season right here in the UK. And with a couple tricks …

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  • balance your hormones with motion nutrition

    The ultimate guide to your hormonal balance for men and women

    Hormones are a mystery. We never see them. Yet, we feel their effects every single day. This is especially true for women who often experience various symptoms of hormonal imbalance. Think of mood swings, PMS, acne, low energy and adrenal fatigue. Men, however, also go through hormonal cycles. And they increasingly suffer from a number …

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  • creatine brain performance

    Complete Guide to Boosting Brain Health with Creatine for Non-Meat Eaters

    Are you familiar with creatine? If you are, creatine probably conjures images of elite athletes gaining incremental performance advantage. And if that’s the case, you are right. Creatine is, as Performance Nutritionist Matt Gardner puts it, “recognised as the most effective nutritional supplement in enhancing lean body mass, strength and exercise tolerance.” But can creatine …

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  • Forget stereotypes: Whey is a Superfood

    We all know the benefits of whey for increasing your intake of high-quality protein, weight loss and muscle growth. But did you know that whey protein has tremendous nutritional and therapeutic effects? The stereotypical view of whey protein Let’s be honest. Whey protein doesn’t have the best reputation. Thinking of a protein shake, you see …

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  • peanut mocha protein recipe

    Peanut Protein Mocha Frappe with Magic Peanut Sauce

    This Mocha Frappe recipe was created by Rachel Evans and originally posted on Nutri Ninja. Do you know what makes the difference between a homemade smoothie, and one you pay £7 for in a fancy cafe? Quite often, it comes down to a couple little twists. One is flavour balancing – this is pretty obvious. Two is texture. …

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  • january food venison

    Striving, not Dieting: What to Eat in January for Ultimate Health

    Image c/o Connor Mollison We won’t tell you to diet. We won’t make you feel guilty about certain foods. In fact, we won’t even ask whether you binged over the Christmas period. Because you know what? It’s irrelevant. Done and dusted. You and us, let’s focus on the present. Forget about restriction – how boring! Let’s …

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