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Be healthy, B12

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble nutrient important for our overall health. It has a number of functions in our body including DNA production Red Blood Cells Nerve repair Since B12 isn’t made in our bodies, it is important we obtain it from animal-based foods, or supplements on a regular basis. Vitamin B12 can’t be stored.Continue reading “Be healthy, B12”

Rest and Recovery

I do not consider myself to be a pro athlete by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, at an appointment with a rheumatologist a few days after I returned from my Toubkal adventure, I laughed out loud as she pointed out that a problem I had with the bursa in my knee was ‘commonContinue reading “Rest and Recovery”

Keto what?

Ketogenic is the term given to a low-carb diet. When we consider traditional dietary guidelines, for example the Eatwell Guide (below), we are advised that a third of our intake should be from carbohydrates: bread, potatoes, cereals, wheat, pasta, flour. Another third of our intake should consist of fruit and vegetables, and the final thirdContinue reading “Keto what?”

Helping ourselves through the winter months (Part 2)

Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin. This means that it is not actually stored within our bodies, so we must consume it daily.  This important vitamin plays a major role in: Helping to protect cells and keep them healthy Producing collagen, therefore maintaining healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage Supporting wound healing HelpingContinue reading “Helping ourselves through the winter months (Part 2)”

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