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Lab4 Probiotics – The Basics

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Tips To Help Travellers Diarrhoea

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What is Inulin?

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Can Probiotics Help Hay Fever and Other Allergic Conditions?

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CBD Oil – What’s The Big Deal?

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Is Baby Brain Real? This Is Why Fish Oil Is Important During Pregnancy

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Spring Marathon or Triathlon? Avoid Gut Issues During Race Day

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GI (Gastrointestinal) Symptoms During Exercise

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PhD Study Timeline – Probiotics and Performance

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Lab4 Probiotic Study Timeline

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7 Ways On How To Help Keep a Healthy Heart

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The Italian Diet – The Next Big Diet for Weight Loss?

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Marathon’s Gastrointestinal Symptoms And How to Avoid Them

Gastrointestinal symptoms have long been known to be a common occurrence in endurance sports. “Runner’s trots” is something most runners will be all too familiar with, while other symptoms including bloating, nausea, stomach cramps, and vomiting are also regularly reported. Symptoms occur for a number of reasons including; the up-and-down jostling from running, a reduction […]

Recovery From Training

As soon as you have finished training, it is time to recover. When it comes to nutrition, this is something that people get confused about, or often overlook. In general, there are three components of recovery that you need to know. You need to give the muscles protein because it’s the protein that helps the […]

Probiotics And The Gut Microbiome As We Age

Our intestinal system contains around 1.5kg of microbes (bacteria) and, in recent decades If you like this article, you might like these: Colds, Sniffles, Sneezing & Flu Bravo Avocado – By Dr Mercola Nutrition ‘Must be a Global Priority’ Say Researchers Watermelons Can Help Muscle Recovery

PhD – Jamie Pugh Joins The Team

After 3 years of research and studies, it’s great to be approaching the final stages of my PhD at Liverpool John Moores University. If you like this article, you might like these: Bravo Avocado – By Dr Mercola Omega-3 Q&A – Part One Nutrition ‘Must be a Global Priority’ Say Researchers Aliment’s Phd Student Studying the Effects […]

Aliment’s Phd Student Studying the Effects of Probiotics During Exercise

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Probiotics on the Track!

  As part of my most recent study to look at the effects of probiotic supplementation on gastrointestinal damage and symptoms during endurance exercise, we recruited 26 participants to run an entire marathon race around the athletics track (just over 105 laps). If you like this article, you might like these: Probiotics and Intense Exercise […]

A week in the life of Susie Woffenden

  It’s the start of a new week and I always endeavour to start how I mean to go on… reset, calm and If you like this article, you might like these: Trust me, I’m (nearly) a doctor – Looking into Omega-3 deficiency Allergies and Modern Life (BBC Horizon) Brilliantly Boosting Coconut Bars! Pre-Workout Nutrition […]

Probiotics and Intense Exercise Part 2: Close to the Finishing Line

  As well as ensuring all of our products are made to the highest manufacturing standards, If you like this article, you might like these: Probiotics and Intense Exercise Study Probiotics with Dr Nigel Plummer Probiotics on the Track! GI (Gastrointestinal) Symptoms During Exercise

CoQ10 – The Energy Factory!

  A  lot of research has been taken into the health benefits of Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 as it is commonly known as. There are clinical trials investigating its value for a number of health problems. If you like this article, you might like these: Antioxidants: Why ‘Five a Day’? Pre-Workout Nutrition – Part One Pre-Workout […]

Trust me, I’m (nearly) a doctor – Looking into Omega-3 deficiency

  Here is a blog post from our PhD student, Jamie Pugh. Jamie is involved in the BBC TV series, Trust Me, I’m a Doctor and is looking into omega-3 deficiency. Please read below: As well as the research that I am currently carrying out, looking at whether probiotics can help with digestion during intense […]

Brilliantly Boosting Coconut Bars!

  Give yourself a boost with these great tasting, quick and easy to make coconut bars. These coconut bars contain all natural ingredients, are gluten and dairy free and contain no added sugar. If you like this article, you might like these: Nutrition ‘Must be a Global Priority’ Say Researchers A week in the life […]

Probiotics and Intense Exercise Study

  As well as ensuring all of our products are made to the highest manufacturing standards, it is also important to us to be at the front of the latest research and knowledge of different supplements. Our Proven Probiotics range has previously been used in UK studies performed in Cambridge and Sheffield have shown that 2 […]

We All Need to Supplement Vitamin D Daily

  On 21st July 2016, the UK government published recommendations based on a review by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) stating that everybody in the UK should supplement 10μg (micrograms) of vitamin D every day throughout the Autumn and Winter months. In addition, the government stated that people who do not spend substantial time […]

Nutrition ‘Must be a Global Priority’ Say Researchers

  Poor nutrition leads to the deaths of about 3.1 million under-fives annually, it says. An international team reviewed different causes of malnutrition in pregnancy and childhood.They say the first 1,000 days of life – from conception to two years – have lasting consequences for health. Malnutrition – which includes being overweight or obese as […]

Watermelons Can Help Muscle Recovery

  Drinking a watermelons juice can relieve muscle soreness after exercise, new research suggests. The amino acid L-citrulline in watermelons can cut an athlete’s recovery time and boost their performance The chemical speeds up the process of lactic acid removal from the muscles which reduces soreness   If you like this article, you might like […]

Big Brother, Big Mouth!

  •  The Smart Tooth device, which looks like a tooth, also monitors coughing and chewing. •  It could be used by doctors and dentists to assess a patient’s habits. •  It works by monitoring the way in which the jaw is moving. •  A computer then analyses the data to work out what a […]

Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Dementia Risk

  Eating a Mediterranean diet is good for the mind, research has concluded.   The research, by the University of Exeter’s Medical School, is the first systematic review of previous studies into the diet’s benefits to the brain. It comes after research last month showed the same diet could help counteract a genetic risk of […]

Allergies and Modern Life (BBC Horizon)

Series exploring topical scientific issues. Horizon follows two allergic families to investigate claims that the modern western lifestyle is responsible for the ‘allergy epidemic’. If you like this article, you might like these: Bravo Avocado – By Dr Mercola Nutrition For Exam Periods – Stressful Times! Pre-Workout Nutrition – Part Two Higher Levels of Omega-3 […]

Probiotics with Dr Nigel Plummer

In the 3rd part of our video series we ask Dr Nigel Plummer to tell us about probiotics – What are they? What are their benefits? What makes a good probiotic?   If you like this article, you might like these: Probiotics and Intense Exercise Study Colds, Sniffles, Sneezing & Flu Probiotics and Intense Exercise […]

Top 5 Omega-3 benefits with Dr Nigel Plummer

We always get asked “Why should I take omega-3?” – sometimes it is better to hear the answers from a doctor! So, we asked Dr Nigel Plummer – Aliment’s Technical Consultant to give us his Top 5 benefits of omega-3 fatty acids.   If you like this article, you might like these: Omega 3 with […]

Omega 3 with Nigel Plummer

We put the questions you have been asking us to our Technical Consultant Dr Nigel Plummer regarding omega 3 fish oils. What is the difference between cod liver oil & omega 3 fish oil? When should I take omega 3’s?   If you like this article, you might like these: Top 5 Omega-3 benefits with […]

7 Superb Superfoods

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Toxic Sugar – Video on the Obesity Epidemic

Is sugar toxic and the cause of the obesity epidemic? Here’s a great new video called Toxic Sugar. It’s a recent segment from the major Australian science program Catalyst, on ABC. It’s arguably the best 18-minute introduction ever made on the true causes of the obesity epidemic. The program features the #1 enemy of the sugar industry: professor Robert […]

Fish Oil and Alcohol Related Dementia

  Omega-3 fish oil could help protect against alcohol-related dementia, according to a study presented at the 14th Congress of the European Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism in Warsaw, Poland. If you like this article, you might like these: Trust me, I’m (nearly) a doctor – Looking into Omega-3 deficiency Higher Levels of Omega-3 […]

Omega-3 Q&A – Part Two

  The Proven Health Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids Cardiovascular Disease ● Fish and fish oil proven to be profoundly beneficial in all major types of cardiovascular disease ● Benefits shown in high risk and low risk populations ● Benefits shown both in epidemiological surveys and controlled trials ● Summary of evidence demonstrates significant benefit […]

Omega-3 Q&A – Part One

  If you like this article, you might like these: Omega-3 Q&A – Part Two Omega 3 with Nigel Plummer Higher Levels of Omega-3 in Diet Associated with Better Sleep Trust me, I’m (nearly) a doctor – Looking into Omega-3 deficiency

Time to Slap on the BROCCOLI? Compound in Vegetable Found to Protect Against Sunburn and Skin Cancer

  ● Compound called sulforaphane prevents growth of cancer cells ● Also triggers chemoprotective genes – such as the Nrf2 gene. ● Nrf2 protects healthy tissue from the toxic effects of chemotherapy drugs. ● Broccoli rubbed into skin was also found to prevent sunburn If you like this article, you might like these: Bravo Avocado – By Dr Mercola Pre-Workout […]

Higher Levels of Omega-3 in Diet Associated with Better Sleep

  A randomised placebo-controlled study by the University of Oxford suggests that higher levels of omega-3 DHA, the group of long-chain fatty acids found in algae and seafood, are associated with better sleep. The researchers explored whether 16 weeks of daily 600 mg supplements of algal sources would improve the sleep of 362 children. The children who […]

Pre-Workout Nutrition – Part Two

  In this short series we have are looking at what to eat before workouts and competitions to make sure that you get your best after every session. In the last blog we talked about what supplements to consider before a workout/competition. This blog is going to look at what (if anything) you should eat […]

Pre-Workout Nutrition – Part One

  What you eat before exercise is not a black and white subject. There is no one recommendation that can be made because everyone is different, each training session is difference and sports have their own specific demands that require different nutritional approaches. It also depends on what on each specific situation. For example, are […]

High Fat Diets

  There has been a slow change in thinking by many nutrition ‘experts’ over the last few years. For so long it has been advised that carbohydrates should form the basis of our diets and that fat (particularly saturated fats) should be limited. This notion has been challenged by a number of high profile experts […]

Fat Loss – Part Two

  Exercise for fat loss In the second part of this fat loss blog, we’re going to look at some of the most common questions relating to exercise and fat loss. But first, it is important to remember that exercise is only one part, without the right nutrition plan in place it is often difficult […]

Fat Loss – Part One

  At the start of the year it seems that everyone is looking to lose the weight that may have piled on through the Christmas splurge and to get into shape before the summer. This often leads to people falling into the trap of following the latest diet and jumping head first into something unsustainable. […]

Colds, Sniffles, Sneezing & Flu

  The winter months often are often associated as the time of year when we are more susceptible to coughs and colds. The common cold is one of the most widespread illnesses and is a leading cause of visits to the doctor and absenteeism from school and work. Although there has never been a definitive […]

Antioxidants: Why ‘Five a Day’?

  So we are all told to eat our ‘Five-a-day’ fruit or veg, but why? What is the reason? To keep us healthy? To ward off disease? To lose weight? To stop ageing? Because they are better for us?….. …….and super foods, what is a super food? The brightly coloured foods which carry around the […]

Nutrition For Exam Periods – Stressful Times!

  Exam periods are typically times where stress and anxiety is high. The pressures of doing well brings on its own stress which is often made worse from a lack of sleep, a drop in our nutrition quality and the extreme levels of focus and concentration we exert on our brains. While good nutrition might […]

Bravo Avocado – By Dr Mercola

  Botanical name: Persea Americana Spanish conquistadors had their own historian, Oviedo, who reported positively about avocados discovered in Mexico around 1519. But this interesting fruit has graced Central and South America for perhaps 10,000 years, according to the avocado-inspired drawings and artifacts found in early Aztec settlements. A judge from Santa Barbara took the first […]

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