There are a lot of benefits to getting Intravenous Multi-nutrient infusions – better absorption as it by-passes the digestive system, and you can taker larger doses that you wouldn’t normally be able to take orally. It’s great for people with nutrient deficiencies, as well as people who want to stay focused, energised, and feel 100%.
There are so many ‘ideal’ and ‘optimal’ diets and macronutrient splits, that it’s hard to know which one is going to be right, and work for you. Here Luke advises us on how to set that split, and adjust it accordingly.
There are a lot of detox marketing, especially with Teas and Shakes. But what is detox? How does the body detox? And is it something you should attempt if you don’t understand the process?
Insulin resistance is a pre-diabetic condition, which can often be caused by stress. Reducing and managing your stress can help get your more insulin sensitive, which means better blood sugar management among a host of other things.
There are so many different vitamins on the market, it can become quite difficult to determine which one is going to be the most effective, and do the best job, for you. Different varieties of supplements do different things – so here’s a quick video scraping the surface on some differences.
The food pyramid is responsible for a lot of the over consumption of carbohydrates. Plus the fact that they’re cheap, plentiful, and delicious. So how much carbs should people be consuming? Well as with everything, it depends…
Mushrooms have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. The cool thing is, it’s only been in the last century that they have been able to prove and understand how they work. Here Luke and Zoe talk about the health and performance benefits of mushrooms, especially cordyceps.
A standard ketogenic diet is very high fat (typically 75%), and next to no carbohydrates. There are a tonne of benefits to this diet, especially for people who suffer epilepsy. As a lot of people are starting to adopt this diet, it’s worth noting that there are ways in which you can modify the ketogenic …
Exogenous Ketones – What are they? How do they work? Is fat loss a by-product of Ketones, or are Ketones a by-product of fat loss?
Is the Calories in VS Calories Out as simple as that? Is there a place for it in your diet and lifestyle? Is it the be all or end all of nutritional program design, or are there other factors that should be considered?