A favourite of ours! Quinoa Tabouli

Quinoa Tabouli with Yoghurt Dressing Ingredients Serves 4 2 cup cooked quinoa 1/2 bunch flat leaf parsley 4 kale leaves, finely chopped 3 Tbsp finely chopped mint 3 Tbsp finely chopped coriander 8 cherry tomatoes, quartered 6 spring onion tops, green part, finely chopped 1/4 cup olive oil Juice of one lemon 1/2 tsp paprika […]

Are you working out your bowel muscles?

So you go to the gym or keep active for your health. What about keeping your bowels healthy and fit. Why is it Important? Dietary fibre is important for good health. It plays an important part in bowel health assisting in: keeping your bowel habits regular shown to reduce the risk of bowel cancer helps […]

Protein & Muscle – what, when, how much

Protein comes from a range of dietary sources such as animal based products, meat, chicken, fish, yoghurt, milk, eggs and vegetarian alternatives legumes, lentils, quorn, tempeh, tofu, nuts, seeds. Some of these proteins provide a complete source of amino acids (building blocks of protein) and others don’t. To help optimise on your recovery and body […]

Cacao Hemp Seed Milk Recipe. Bircher and Porridge Recipe.

Cacao Hemp Seed Milk  1 cup hemp seeds, shelled 3 cups water Pinch of sea salt 6 x pitted dates Vanilla pod 2 tbsp cacao powder Bircher Methods Add 1 cup cacao hemp seed milk and 1/4 cup yoghurt through 2 cups untoasted muesli – http://www.nutritionstrategies.com.au/untoasted-homemade-m…/ and place in fridge overnight. Serve with a handful or […]

What exactly is gluten free and who needs to strictly follow this diet?

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and oats. Food such as barley, rye and wheat breads and wheat pastas, wheat and oat based cereal, biscuits, cakes, pastries as well some processed foods, dressing, sauces and yeast extract contain gluten. Those with coeliac disease have an adverse immune response to gluten resulting in […]

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Pain, can affect both males and females. And much like other chronic diseases, cannot be managed effectively with surgery and/or medications alone. There are several different allied-health care professionals with special interests in pelvic pain who can be involved in the management of controlling the pain and other aspects associated with the sometimes debilitating […]

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a common inflammatory condition which affects 1 in 10 women in their reproductive years. Symptoms of endometriosis can vary, however the most common (and distressing) symptoms is pain; pelvic pain, painful periods, pain during sex, pain during ovulation, pain in the legs and back. Endometriosis can also cause infertility.   Endometriosis occurs when […]

Triathlon Webinars

Webinars/Recordings for Triathletes & Coaches Greg Shaw Senior AIS Sports Dietitian & Researcher – Nutrition for Injury Management and Application to Triathletes DATE: Weds 16 August @ 7:30pm, Australian Central Standard Time. Nutrition and connective tissue growth and repair – how can you take your nutrition to the next level to help manage your injury and optimise on […]

Online Triathlon Nutrition Program

We are very excited to launch our very first online triathlon nutrition program, details on how this can take your triathlon performance to the next level here: TriTrainingArsenal-5MustDos If you are interested in this program and want to chat more about it please call me on  0417 122 070 If you don’t have questions and wish […]

Pickle Juice – is this the new superfood for athletes?

Many athletes are trying a new “juice”. It is green, smells funny and is acidic with a vinegary dill like taste. Could it be the new superfood for athletes with exercise associated muscle cramps (EAMC)? As we all know EAMC are common in athletes and can stop an athlete from performing at their best and even finishing their event. Unfortunately the cause […]