Crucera-SGS

Crucera-SGS

Crucera-SGS   The compound in Crucera-SGS, sulforophane glucosinolate is an antioxidant extract from broccoli seed. When ingested, an enzyme found in the gut, myrosinase, converts the glucosinolate to its active form, sulforophane. Sulforophane activates ARE, the...
Food is Fuel

Food is Fuel

Food is fuel Food is fuel, but it’s also more. This is going to be a bit of a trip down memory lane and involve some stories so if you just want straight science and results, sorry but this one is a bit deeper. “To look at any food as “cheating” takes the joy out of...
How to make nutrition easy

How to make nutrition easy

How to make Nutrition Easy Keep things simple until they need to be complex. In my experience, the most successful eaters start initially with limited variety, and they build variety over time, once they grow momentum and get a good understanding of how food fuels...
Building Muscle in a Deficit

Building Muscle in a Deficit

Building Muscle in a Deficit Building muscle while burning fat. Muscle GAINZ while in a deficit. The holy grail. Sounds impossible, doesn’t it? In fact, we’ve been told that it’s impossible for decades. What if I told you that it’s in fact NOT impossible and that...
Incorporating Carbohydrates into a Ketogenic Diet

Incorporating Carbohydrates into a Ketogenic Diet

Incorporating Carbohydrates Into a Ketogenic Diet 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...
Recommended Daily Allowance: Is it Enough?

Recommended Daily Allowance: Is it Enough?

Recommended daily allowance of vitamins & minerals: Is it Enough? Most vitamin and mineral supplements come with an RDA – a recommended daily allowance.  Is this a good dosage to go off, or should you be taking more or less? As with everything – it depends, and a...