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Fatigue

Tackling fatigue

We all get tired from time to time.  Late nights, long work hours or the kids keeping you up at ...
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nutrition gap

The nutrition gap  

The first call on nutrients by our body is for immediate and acute needs – those needed for short-term survival ...
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What are Food State and Wholefood Nutrients?

What are Food State and Wholefood Nutrients?

Since conception in 1990, Cytoplan’s philosophy has been that nutrients are best delivered to the body “in the same form as ...
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Protein and running

Protein powders – a useful supplement to everyday diets

There are many different types, shapes and sizes of protein powders. They can be a useful supplement to a balanced ...
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Probiotics first 1,000 days

Probiotics for the first 1,000 days

The more we uncover about the ecosystem of bacteria residing in us, the more it becomes evident that nurturing and ...
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emotional eating

Emotional eating: is there a role for nutrition?

Have you ever reached for a bar of chocolate when you are having a stressful day at work? Or perhaps ...
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A low carb Christmas

A low carb Christmas

Low-carb diets are low in carbohydrates, the food group that you find in ultra-processed sugary foods, pasta and bread. Those ...
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Migraine – more than ‘just a headache’

Migraine – more than ‘just a headache’

It is estimated that the UK population loses 25 million days from work or school each year because of migraine ...
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