Although ensuring supplement safety is important for good health, supplements should only be used to correct nutrient deficiencies when dietary requirements cannot be met with food alone. With this in mind, everybody, especially elite/competitive athletes should always implement a food-first approach to optimise nutrient availability and sporting performance.
Carrot cake smoothie bowl recipe providing you with a good hit of protein, carbohydrates and fats and also helps keep that sweet tooth at bay.
Nutrition X is celebrating the 2016 Rio Olympics with a Summer of Sport. This week focuses on sports specific nutritional profiles for some of the Nutrition X Elite athletes! Performance Nutritionist Danny Webber has created top tips for this weeks Cricketer, Matt Fisher’s cricket season goals! Find out more…
Sports supplementation is a multi-billion pound industry that offers a multiplicity of products designed for dietary replacement and enhancing athletic performance and body composition.
Nutrition X expert Professor Don MacLaren shares his 2016 Rugby Union Six Nations top tips for Rugby players this season, with a specific focus on how to fuel ahead of the big game!
New Year, new you! That’s probably what the majority of people think as another year goes by, and more often than not, the first resolution is to transform your body by eating healthier and exercising more.
Find out what Super League club Castleford Tigers’ expectations & goals for the 2016 season are, how they prepare for games, and what role nutrition plays in their individual goals as we catch up with Head of S&C Ben Cooper & Players, Ben Crooks & Lee Jewitt.
Cheltenham Town are pleased to announce a new partnership with Gloucestershire based sports nutrition company, Nutrition X.