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Mental fatigue in sport- what is it and how do we recover from it?

January 12, 2020

Enhancing sleep through nutrition

January 12, 2020

Is game changers game changing or is it sensationalism?

November 6, 2019

Effects of dietary supplements on adaptations to endurance training

October 13, 2019

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December 1, 2016

Claims that ketogenic diets improve performance are not based on evidence. There may be adaptations that are interesting and there may be theories that require further study but this blog lists the facts and the studies we have at the moment.

January 8, 2016

There is a lot of debate about “training low”, low carb diets, Paleo diets, Atkins diets, fasted training, keto diets, etc. versus the more traditional high carbohydrate approach. It seems that people are in one of these two camps and there is little or no middle groun...

November 3, 2015

What’s the ‘best’ weight loss diet? Tough question right? I’ve been thinking a lot about this recently especially in light of some things I’ve read on twitter, blogs, Facebook, Tumblr… there are certainly a lot of opinions out there and everyone is convinced they’re ri...

July 13, 2015

Training low has received quite a bit of attention recently. It does not refer to training at low altitude, but it refers to training with low carbohydrate availability. Perhaps the most popular way is training without breakfast. However, there are many different ways...

April 15, 2015


What is better for performance: a high fat diet or a high carbohydrate? This is a questions that is discussed over and over. Let me state upfront that I believe that the answer is probably it depends and sometimes a diet should have a focus on carbohydrate and sometim...

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