In this episode, I cover the benefits of a technique called myofasical release. Which is a form of rehab trigger point therapy for triathletes with sore bodies from too much training. Katrina Mills is back to do her Hot or Not diet segment. Today, she explores The Greengrocer’s diet. Hannah Brown our student dietitian, starts a new segment called Quirky Food Facts were she covers the benefits of carrots. If you liked todays show share it with your friends and don’t forget to rate the show on iTunes!
In this episode, the legendary Professor Tim Crowe joins me to talk aboutsports nutrition in marathon running. Jason Jarred has a common question to nut over, when is a meal plan a diet? And to finish up I review Creatine as a sports supplement, to help you decide if you need to be taking it. Don’t forget to rate the show on iTunes!
In this episode, we look at the stats on Australians and longevity. How should these health statistics influence the way we take care of ourselves now, to live happy and healthy lives into retirement. Katrina Mills reviews the Nordic diet, find out if it’s ‘hot or not’. AND I review a new supplement, L-Arginine; will L-Arginine, it give you the sports performance edge? Or is it a dead lead? Don’t forget to rate the show on iTunes!
In this episode, I meet with Lyndi Plovnick ika The Nude Nutritionist at Sydney's Art gallery, to discuss binge eating and body image. Lyndi explains how she is pro #nofilter and how she keeps it real online, as a way to help people accept themselves. Jason Jarred, the exercise physiologist does a review on the treatment and prevention of shin splints. This weeks supplement review is covered by me, on Beta-alaine and Hannah our student dietitian gives us an update on her clinical placement and has some snap questions prepared. Don't forget to rate the show on iTunes!