When considering treatment options for male performance support, as practitioners, we automatically think of traditional male tonics such as Tribulus terrestris (tribulus) and Turnera diffusa (damiana). Other herbs we should be considering for supporting male physiology include Panax ginseng (Korean ginseng) and Withania somnifera (withania). This article explores the traditional use of male tonic herbs and provides modern clinical relevance.
Manipulating dietary macronutrient ratios to maximise athletic performance is an evolving topic of research in sports nutrition. One area of increasing interest in recent years is the effect of a low carbohydrate, high fat diet in endurance sports.
Is rice protein as effective for muscle gain, body composition and power and strength as whey?
This podcast will answer many questions about the differences we see between holistic dietary interventions and performance-focussed sports nutrition.
Until recently, most studies conducted on the benefits of exercise have focused on benefits of endurance and aerobic exercise, lacking data on strength-based exercise.
Green tea is widely known for its potent antioxidant effects. This research highlights how this may be capitalised on for exercise-induced oxidative stress.
Study shows that amaranth, an extract of red spinach, can boost nitric oxide levels in the body for up to 8 hours.