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  1. New Study Finds Daily Probiotics Has Positive Effects On Anxiety, Relaxation And Brain Functioning In Footballers

    New Study Finds Daily Probiotics Has Positive Effects On Anxiety, Relaxation And Brain Functioning In Footballers
    The human gut is colonized by more than 100 trillion microbiotas, and these bacteria can provide benefits to the individuals. We have written many times about the positive effects of probiotic supplements, but a new study (1) has looked to see the effects of a daily probiotic supplementation on cognitive measures in competitive footballers. The researchers took measures of cognitive...
  2. Could this pill packed with good bacteria really fight your flab?

    Could this pill packed with good bacteria really fight your flab?
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  3. Learning and Maintaining Habits | PGA Golf Tour | Karl Morris

    Learning and Maintaining Habits | PGA Golf Tour | Karl Morris
    Karl Morris has worked with over 100 PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour players including six major winners including Louis Oosthuizen, Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke. He is the co-author of a number of books including; ’The Lost Art of Putting’ as well as previous books. ‘Attention –the secret to YOU playing great golf’ and...
  4. Thriving Through The Festive Period

    Thriving Through The Festive Period
    Don’t stop exercising With Christmas concert, Christmas shopping and office parties, it’s easy to get out of the habit of regular training. If you know you won’t have time to train in the evening, get up and get it done in the morning. Struggle to wake up in time? Take training clothes with you to the office. Commit to...
  5. Vitamin D And Anxiety

    Vitamin D And Anxiety
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  6. Magnesium And Sleep

    Magnesium And Sleep
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  7. Introducing Prof. Graeme Close of John Moores University, Liverpool

    Introducing Prof. Graeme Close of John Moores University, Liverpool
    Originally Prof. Graeme Close was a Professional rugby league player, Graeme is now a Professor in Human Physiology at Liverpool John Moores University where he combines his academic research with nutrition and physiology consultancy to some of the worlds leading sporting individuals and organisations. Graeme Close in Professional Sport As well as leading a masters degree in sport nutrition Graeme...

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