Wendy Martinson explains the role of supplementing type I and type III collagen in sports for maintenance and repair of connective tissues.
Training Advice: These are 6 foods that all athletes should have in their pantry or fridge to aid fuelling and recovery after training.
Video: All Blacks team doctor Dr. James McGarvey on the importance of immunity for the All Blacks and the steps he takes to support the players' immunity.
Dietary Advice: Nigel Mitchell, Leading Performance Nutritionist, explains the benefits of using cherry juice in sport.
Performance Nutritionist Nigel Mitchell takes a deep dive into energy gels to see how they can help an individual reach their sporting and exercise goals.
Nigel Mitchell, Performance Nutritionist, provides an overview of beta-alanine, including the history of the supplement and how it can benefit athletes.
In this video, Alek Gross, Southampton Football Club's Head of Sports Science, reveals how he helps the players maintain optimal nutrition whatever the circumstances.
Hannah Sheridan, Spurs Lead Nutritionist, on how food strategies change between training and matches, how diet affects recovery and the role of supplements.
Nutrient Guides: Find out about the potential benefits of quercetin: a flavonoid found in small amounts in sources including apples and onions.
Nutrient guide: Performance Nutritionist and author of The Plant-Based Cyclist, Nigel Mitchell, takes a closer look at the benefits of omega 3 for athletes.
Nigel Mitchell, Performance Nutritionist, shares his insight into how vitamin B and vitamin B12 are important for athletes.
Nutrient Guides: Wendy Martinson, performance nutritionist, explains how probiotics could be beneficial to the human gut and athletic performance.