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As a Personal Trainer, I love to eat nuts. Not only are nuts a great source of essential minerals like magnesium and potassium, which in turn are good for the production of happy hormones and supporting the essential central nervous system function. Next time you crave a snack reach to the nuts. If you need a sweetness hit try adding some raisins A hand full of nuts and flamed raisins contains: kcal:                                        434 Fat                                           31.5 Sat fat                                      3.5 Carbs:                                      26.7 of which are sugars                21.8 Fibre                                         6g protein                                      8.4 

Have you ever looked at one of your house plants and wondered why its leaves are falling off, or that it just won't grow?!  Plants are just like humans Plants are just like humans in that if you give a plant the correct amount of minerals, it will thrive. The same is true of human beings.  Did you know, for example, that a plant has 14 essential minerals that it needs to live a happy life? These include calcium magnesium, iron, copper and zinc. Most of these minerals we human beings also rely

A somatotype is a taxonomy (arrangement), of a human body type. This taxonomy was developed in the 1940s by American psychologist William Herbert Sheldon to categorise the human physique. The human body is broadly speaking put into three different compositions.  Each category has varying amounts of type one, two and three. Knowing what body type you have is a great place to start when looking at weight loss/muscle gain programs. Quick body type ID method This simple test is a good indicator of your body type. Take your middle finger and thumb, and try

Micronutrients, also known as vitamins and minerals are essential for our overall health (www.health.harvard.edu). There are almost 30 micronutrients that our bodies cannot create in sufficient amounts to support a healthy system. Therefore, we need to source these for ourselves predominately from our food. Obtaining these essential vitamins and minerals is even more important when you are training as you are putting higher demands on your body.  This article is going to start by looking in detail at why we need micronutrients and then I’ll give you some top tips as