Month: May 2018

What I’ve learnt recently about the importance of gut health

Digestion is a fascinating topic, and there is a lot of science around this now. It’s probably the greatest area of exploration in terms of health. If you listened to a couple of our recent podcast episodes with Dr Tamsin Lewis and Dr Christine Rosche, you’ll have heard all about …

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Strong Not Skinny: Why Fitness Is More Important Than Weight with Hollie Grant

What makes a successful health transformation? Award-winning Pilates instructor and personal trainer, Hollie Grant, talks about her mission to change women’s perception of exercise and their relationship with their bodies to help them become healthier individuals. Topics Discussed in this Episode: The challenges that women face with fitness and strength …

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Intersecting Health, Medicine, Science and Technology with Ex-professional Athlete and the Sportie Doc, Dr Tamsin Lewis

We all want to be healthy, but how should we go about it? Dr. Tamsin Lewis shares her integrative approach and the steps we need to take in pursuit of good health. Topics Discussed in this Episode: What is RED-S or female athlete triad What is hormesis The move towards …

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The importance of body composition

This week’s blog is all about body composition; the ratio of bone to muscle to fat and water that you have in your body. We like to remove the guesswork in everything that we do at Bodyshot, and DNA testing is a key part of how we do that.  Many …

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The surprising results of my recent gut test – and why I will be regularly testing from now on – with Dr Christine Rosche

I was recently introduced to Dr Christine Rosche, a Board Certified Nutrition Specialist and Digestive health expert, by Ryan Munsey when I interviewed him for my podcast. I set up a call with Dr Rosche and she sent me a stool test via Fedex, which I did. (Trust me, it’s …

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What to do when your energy is low

We all have moments when we don’t feel as energised or inspired as we’d like, and we feel a little disconnected from everything. However, there are many things you can do when your energy is low.   Here are my top five tips. Move: As human beings we were designed to …

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The Gut Brain Connection and Why Health Starts with Your Microbiome with Dr. Christine Rosche

  Did you know that the root cause of all health issues is in the gut? Board certified nutrition specialist and digestive health expert Dr. Christine Rosche talks to us about the gut/brain connection and being healthy by keeping our gut healthy. In this episode you will learn: Why is …

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Getting into your discomfort zone with adventurer and Tough Girl Challenges founder Sarah Williams

Do you want to see what women are really capable of when we put our minds to it? Listen to Sarah Williams talk about how we can build resilience and confidence by getting into our discomfort zone, and a whole lot more! In this episode you will learn: What is …

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Top five supplements recommended for mental health

Here are my five top supplements that I recommend for mental health. Krill or fish oil contains omega-3 fatty acids such as EPA and DHA that are really good for the memory and brain. We can’t actually synthesise these omega-3s ourselves. We can synthesise omega-6s, but we need to get …

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Eating for hormonal balance with Ximena de la Serna

Ximena de la Serna is a nutritional therapist who specialises in women’s health. At age 13 she was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), which despite its name has very little to do with cysts or ovaries, but is actually a metabolic condition caused by elevated insulin levels and testosterone. …

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