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Navigating Exercise-Induced Gastrointestinal Syndrome

As a Nutritionist or Dietitian, regardless of whether you’re working mostly with developing athletes, fitness enthusiasts, or seasoned masters it’s highly probable that you’ll frequently meet clients who are grappling with Exercise-Induced Gastrointestinal Syndrome (EIGS). Research indicates that a striking 30-50% of endurance athletes face

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The Fool Proof Guide To Braving Difficult Conversations

As a nutrition professional, you may find yourself faced with difficult conversations with clients or colleagues. Moreover these conversations can be uncomfortable and overwhelming, but they are often necessary for positive change and to maintain healthy relationships. What’s more, tough conversations can trigger your flight,

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4 Ways to Empower Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

As a dietitian or nutritionist, have you noticed an increase in referrals for female health conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome? If you’re feeling unsure about how to support these clients, you’re not alone. But it’s great news that female health is finally getting the recognition


The Low FODMAP Diet – Your secret weapon!

As a nutrition professional, I am sure you are aware of the low FODMAP diet and FODMAPs, aka fermentable carbohydrates that are found in some foods which are resistant to digestion and instead of being absorbed, they go all the way down your intestine to

Women’s Health – An Overview

This week (5-11th September) marks Women’s Health week and we wanted to cover some pretty big topics on the matter. Women’s health is quite broad. Are we talking about periods? Fertility? Weight loss? Eating disorders? Menopause? Cis-Het females? Trans women? None of the above specifically,
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The State of Men’s Health

Health and Performance are More Than Just Visible Abs We need to change the conversation of Men’s Health into something so much bigger. The first part of this is to stop presenting numbers of mass or extremely low body fat % as the epitome of