Tag Archives: "Nutrition + Health"

Plant based sources of protein

In recent months I’ve seen a huge rise in the number of people choosing to adopt plant based diets. Their top concerns are how to ensure you get enough protein from plants and questions on what are the best plant based sources of protein when following …

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Small changes = big results

How many things are you currently trying to overhaul in your life? Maybe it’s getting more sleep, stretching, strength, exercise or nutrition habits you want to work on. How many are you trying to change all at once? All too often I see people trying t …

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Off-season nutrition for cyclists workshop

Planning your 2020 season already? Get ahead of the game by using your off season to make smart nutrition choices that make the difference and get you performing better than before. Wondering how to juggle lower training loads, optimise your body compo …

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2 ways female athletes can improve bone health

As a female athlete it’s important to consider what we eat before and after training to protect our bone health, reduce risk of injury and time off training and competition. Here’s two easy ways female athletes can improve bone health with diet.     Pr …

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Fuelling an Everesting attempt

Deciding to climb 8848m on the bike in one ride is no mean feat. Beyond the mental and physical challenge, ensuring that you are well fuelled and hydrated to support your efforts is a key factor in your success. Here’s an insight into the planning that …

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What makes a cyclist?

What makes a cyclist? Is it the kit you wear? The height of your socks? The number of miles you accumulate on Strava? The number of bikes you own? Earlier this year someone told me that I’m “not a cyclist”. As someone who rides my bike more days than n …

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Does your mental health need a check up?

What’s the state of your mental health right now? Could you do with a bit of a mental health check up? Until a few years ago, I’d never really thought much about my mental health. Then I went through a rather messy relationship break up that damaged my …

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10 reflections working as a dietitian

This week marks the 10 year anniversary working as a dietitian. How time flies! I’ve taken a moment to reflect upon some of the key things I have learnt over the years as a dietitian, personally and professionally. I studied Nutrition and Dietetics at …

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Vanilla chia pudding

Chia pudding has got to be one of the simplest and easiest snacks to ‘cook’. They literally take minutes to stir together to create a wholesome snack to keep you fuelled between training sessions. Two or three ingredients, a jar and a spoon and off you …

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Are you drinking enough on the bike?

More than just replacing the fluids we lose as sweat, drinking enough on the bike and being well hydrated on a ride can improve your cycling performance. Are you drinking enough on your rides? Europe is experiencing a bit of a heatwave at the moment, w …

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