Julia Rucklidge is a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Canterbury. She has published many peer reviewed scholarly articles on nutrition as it relates to psychiatric symptom reduction. For more than a decade, Dr. Rucklidge has played a key role in forefront nutrition-mental health research, including extensive research using micronutrients.
We interviewed her so you could get a bit of insight into why Julia does what she does.
Dr Lara Briden is a naturopathic doctor and the period revolutionary—leading the change to better periods.
She first worked as a researcher and evolutionary biologist at the University of Calgary. She then went on to graduate as a naturopathic doctor from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM).
Her mission is to empower women to have easy, symptomless periods and join the worldwide "period revolution."
We interviewed her so that you can get some insight into what she does.
Sol Orwell is an entrepreneur and business developer, most known for his work as the co-founder of Examine.com. He was recognised as a 2014 Game Changer by Men’s Fitness and profiled by Forbes as a seven-figure entrepreneur. Most people "teaching" entrepreneurship are unqualified - a mixture of little success and little experience. Sol? He has lived it. 15+ years, 6 companies, over 8 figures generated.
We interviewed Sol so you can get a bit of insight into why he does what he does.
Post by Emily White
As the mornings get colder in New Zealand and winter looms on the horizon, many of us are booking warm holidays to escape the grips of the Southern Hemisphere winter. However with long-haul travel comes the inevitable dreaded jet lag. When we travel to a new time zone, our circadian rhythms are slow to adjust and remain on their original biological schedule for several days. Some individuals try taking over-the-counter or prescription pills to improve symptoms while others rely on coffee and adrenaline to get them through. Emerging research has discovered a game changing strategy to fight jet lag: fasting before and during the flight.
By Cliff Harvey
What does this have to do with nutrition?
Nada, nothing, not a bean.
BUT - I do know a little about training. Along with being a qualified trainer and having previously worked as a strength-coach for over a decade, I also won a few All-Round Weightlifting World Champs and set a few world strength records back in the day...
Nowadays I don't have the time to do much strength coaching at all, and hell, even my own training can suffer due to demands of writing, researching, speaking, and eating cookies with milk...
This program is a 'go to' for me. I hate (strong word I know) complicated, long training programs. Whenever I start adding too much to a plan, I lose interest, and find myself heading back to simplified, reduced volume plans. Sometimes I'd feel a bit guilty for that but at our recent HPN Conference our buddy 'The Glute Guy' Bret Contreras PhD gave a great keynote presentation on training program design, and one of the key 'take home' messages for me, was, do what you dig doing!
So, what's the 3-5 plan?
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Kirsten Beynon is a registered clinical nutritionist and health science geek who is passionate about helping people find and maintain their best possible health through sustainable diet and lifestyle changes.
She has many years of experience in the medical field, and has a broad and deep knowledge of medications and complex medical conditions that she can apply to my practice of nutrition.
Kirsten holds a BSc (Honours) in Biomedical Sciences, a Masters degree in Toxicology and a Diploma in Nutrition. These complement each other to provide great background knowledge of health and nutrition along with strong research and problem solving skills.
We interviewed Kirsten so you can get a bit of insight into why she does what she does.