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Embracing the 'omes - PART I: Genome and gut health

Embracing the 'omes - PART I: Genome and gut health

by Pia Winberg July 13, 2021

We all know that we are born with our own unique set of genes that will dictate a lot about us. In this blog we will demonstrate that it also depends on how we treat our genes through diet, exercise and sleep.
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Eat to heal

Eat to heal

by Pia Winberg April 25, 2021

Eating to heal from surgery can be life saving; fibre to prepare your gut to work properly, protein to heal, loading your energy stores with slow carbs, and keeping your micronutrients up.
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Collagen – boosting and protecting what your body already makes

Collagen – boosting and protecting what your body already makes

by Pia Winberg January 18, 2021

Contrary to a lot of marketing, you cannot eat collagen to deliver collagen to your skin and joints. Your body will decide where it wants the amino acids that you eat to go. You just have to make sure your diet is diverse and adequate enough to provide the building blocks, and that you care for and protect the collagen that you make with a good skin care regime. 
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Ageing well with protein

Ageing well with protein

by Pia Winberg August 02, 2020

From about the age of 30, we start to lose muscle mass at a rate of 3-8% each decade, and our immune system and brain function also rely a lot on different amino acids from protein. We found in the early days of our research, that our seaweed, due the species and the conditions in which we grow it, is particularly rich in protein and contains all of the essential amino acids. It also has B12 and bio-available trace elements like iron. 
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