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    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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    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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    Q&A with Stina Quagebeur, English National Ballet Dancer & Choreographer

    Belgian born Stina Quagebeur is an artist and choreographer with the English National Ballet. Performing up to 12 times per week, we asked Stina a few questions about her training, her nutritional habits and what led her to become one of our very first clients after our 2016 launch. Stina, you’ve been ballet dancing and choreographing …

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    Human Optimisation: What to Eat in October for Optimal Health

    Welcome to the second episode in our monthly seasonal food picks. At Motion Nutrition, we believe in utilising fresh, local and organic produce, combined with functional supplements to reach optimal health. As a useful tool toward this, we share with you our picks of some of the most nutrient dense foods you’ll be able to …

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    Pregnancy & Breastfeeding: Should You Take Protein Powder When Pregnant?

    Protein powders and pregnancy: do they go hand in hand? We asked Nutritional Therapist Phoebe Liebling for a definitive answer. Pheobe is a highly respected, qualified Nutritional Therapist, BSc (Hons) DipNT mBANT mNNA CNHC GNC. Biological Process of Pregnancy Having a baby is one of the most natural things a woman can do. Saying this – it can …

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    Workout Q&A with 8 highly successful businesswomen

    In this article, we discuss the benefits of exercise with 8 successful businesswomen, from global leader at Gap to the President of the Commonwealth Games Federation. These business leaders run extremely busy lives, some with children to look after too. With such packed schedules, committing time to working out might seem like a luxury. And …

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    Is going Full Vegan really the Most Sustainable Diet?

    Is going vegan the best way to minimise our impact on the environment? Should we channel our inner Popeye and go full herbivore? Health considerations aside, we explore the efficiency of food production for a 100% plant-based diet. Research published in 2016 by the Elementa Science Journal compared 10 different eating styles. From our current …

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    From Competitive Swimming to Yoga: Finding Joy in Practise

    Sarah Eaglesham is a highly successful former international swimmer and Scottish record holder. But it turns out, Sarah didn’t enjoy competing. In this article she shares her journey to finding Yoga practice and how this has affected her life for the better post-competing. At the ripe old age of 20 l stepped away from the …

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    Executives Lifestyle: Maximising Efficiency with Elite Trainer Kemo Marriott

    Kemo Marriott is the go-to Trainer for the World’s top executives. In this article, we get an insight into how his clients maximise their physical and mental potential to achieve more. Kemo’s intellect combined with the use of technology enables him to craft the most tailored and bespoke training service possible, by providing what he …

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    3 steps for avoiding fake health & nutrition advice

    Cofounder Joe Welstead shares his tips to avoid falling for fake health and nutrition advice. The world of wellness: at its roots, a simple and wonderful desire to live a fulfilling, healthy lifestyle in mind, body and spirit. And yet, the landscape of health and nutrition can be incredibly difficult and frustrating to navigate. Who …

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    Can you overdose on supplements? A holistic approach to supplementation.

    What are supplements good for, if not to supplement a balanced and healthy diet? A recent BBC documentary has highlighted the dangers posed by over-consumption of protein powder. So as human beings in search for optimal health, we ask ourselves: how much is too much? Just like with anything, there are extremes. So when do …

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    Are Organic Supplements Better for You?

    Is Organic better? This is a long-lasting debate. And the way we see it, there will always be room for debate on this issue, only because the question is a little simplistic. Is organic maltodextrin any better than conventional maltodextrin? Both are highly refined carbohydrates with little nutritional value to offer, so in this particular case we’d …

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