Category Archives: Nutrition

SierraSil Pain Free Topical Spray & Joint Formula 14

Pain Free Topical Spray They Say – A natural alternative for minor aches and pains. If you are one of the millions who suffer from minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with simple backache, arthritis strains, bruises and sprains, SierraSil Pain Relief Topical Spray offers a natural alternative. The unique combination of SierraSil patent pending technology, U.S. Patent #6,444,238 B1, provide clinically tested, non-prescription topical pain relief. Unlike other topical pain relievers, SierraSil Pain Relief Topical Spray uses no binders or artificial ingredients so it is readily absorbed into…

James Haskell, Wasps and England International Rugby Player

We don’t have many interviews on here nowadays but when we do, they’re big ones. James Haskell plays for London Wasps and has appeared over 70 times for England. Here he talks a little about Rugby, and gives us some sterling snack recipes. If you’d like to make them vegan, and why not, I’ve put substitute ingredients in brackets. Q: Who was your sporting role model growing up? A: A few people, but probably Lawrence Dallagio from Wasps and Joe Worsley as well, and then globally someone like Muhammad Ali….

LQ Liquid Health Joint Care

As a long distance runner and triathlete, one of the most common questions I’m asked is ‘aren’t you worried about doing your body damage with all that exercise?‘ and to be totally honest, yes I often am as these questions aren’t always unjustified! When running, cycling and swimming we put our bodies, and especially our joints, through a huge deal of punishment and I’ve watched as close friends have had to take breaks, or in some cases give up exercise completely, due to joint related injuries such as joint fatigue and depleted cartilidge. As someone who’d love to keep chasing personal bests for as long…

The Athlete and Salba Chia

It’s the start of my running season and along with getting my training regime underway I’ve also been looking around for ways to improve my diet. I’ve interviewed many athletes the past few years and most of them have made it clear that they don’t care too much about nutrition, they just eat what sits well with them regardless of if that’s kebabs, chocolate, beer, McDonalds, etc. Some of them flourish with such an attitude – perhaps because they’re young – but others don’t seem to be achieving as much…