Sport & Exercise

Good nutrition aids peak performance on and off the track.

Active young adults reap cardiovascular benefits later in life

Those who enter adulthood with a good level of cardiovascular fitness have been found to be least likely to develop cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes and even metabolic syndrome later in life. Read more »

Sports nutrition for triathletes

Ideally, experienced athletes will have started preparing months before their major event with an improvement in their baseline nutrition for body maintenance. Read more »

Exercise and increased antioxidant requirements

To provide additional energy needed during exercise, the oxygen used in the exercising muscles increase by about 10-20%. A bi-product of the increased oxygen use is increased production of free radicals and therefore increased oxidative stress Read more »

Exercise in pregnancy

Most pregnant women will benefit from aerobic and strength conditioning exercises, of moderate intensity, as part of a healthy lifestyle during their pregnancy. Read more »

Teenagers – they rove-eat-sleep and grow!

During adolescence feeding patterns change and often family mealtimes are interrupted by sporting events or after school work commitments. Read more »

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