This is a quick post about a clinical pearl I would like to share with you. We recently had the discussion with the icehockey performance staff of a professional team in Europe about body odour and how that relates to biochemistry and athletic performance.
Before you go into your next competitive season I highly recommend you get your bloodwork checked out. When all your bodily systems function right you will get more out of your training. This is the profile I recommend to evaluate if the body is in the best position to go through a hard competitive season.
Research showed that vegetables from today have up to 80% LESS nutrients than plants back in the 1970’s. Monocultures and fertilisers are the main reason for that. We can eat and eat all this nutrient-rich food, but there is actually up to 80% less nutrients in there than we think.
A deep inside look at how Magnesium acts on our brain to improve sleep quality. Magnesium biochemistry, sleep physiology, neurotransmitter interactions, and their implications on diagnosing and treating sleep impairments with Magnesium.