Month: May 2016

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The importance of feeling connected and defining your purpose

I had the pleasure of meeting Dame Kelly Holmes a few weeks ago, and I really warmed to her. Her story is inspirational, and she is a very humble, funny person. Underneath that though lies a will of steel; she said despite the difficulties of her upbringing, all she focused on …

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I gave up dairy, carbs and grains for 30 days and this is what happened

Giving up so many food sources is quite unusual, so why did I decide to do this? There were four problems I wanted to understand and resolve. The first was my sugar addiction; I was eating two chocolate bars a day and could easily destroy a large bar of Cadbury’s …

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DNA and genetics for health and fitness

DNA & Genetics Human beings are 99.5% the same and 0.5% different. It’s that 0.5% difference that’s really important; that’s the 30 million letters in our genetic code that make each one of us unique. Within the 30 million letters, there are Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs, pronounced ‘SNIPS’), which are …

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Why the ‘move more and eat less’ theory is outdated for weight management

Ask 20 people to eat the same diet for 10 weeks and you’ll get 20 different results, despite everyone being under the same controlled conditions. This shouldn’t really be surprising. If we put 20 people in an environment where they are all taught to play a musical instrument, we wouldn’t expect …

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