Protein for Brain Health

I was just speaking with a client the other day, who was genuinely surprised to learn that adequate protein intake is seriously important for brain function. Whether for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, infants, toddlers, children or adults — protein and the 9 essential amino acids that our bodies can’t make by themselves, is needed for…

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Nutrition for Models

Professional models are a unique breed of human beings, who have to have their bodies in a very specific type of look and weight to continue being hired for jobs and advance in their careers. Depending on the type of work and contracts, many models also have frequent travelling, which adds to the inconvenience of…

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Health Problems in Athletic Women

You may not realise it but athletic women could experience a variety of health concerns, ranging from digestive issues, skin problems, to irregular menstruation. Oftentimes the body is using up nutrients at such an intense level of uptake for performance and muscle repair, that it could be in a deficient state for nourishing other metabolic…

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Women and Weight Management

Women are usually the more self-conscious gender when it comes to issues of weight, and it is a hidden self-shaming that can often happen, yet may not even be factually accurate in terms of “weight” range and “health”. As women reach their late 20s and early 30s, the metabolism is naturally slowing down, gradually, as…

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