Supplements – Separating the good, the bad and the downright dangerous 2020-11-26T14:36:04+00:00
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What Supplements?
Separating the good, the bad and
the downright dangerous

In performance sport, many athletes are curious about how they can gain an edge over their competition, with curiosity often extending to the use of supplements

While, on occasions, supplements have their place in our nutritional support plans, these can also be somewhat dangerous to our health and performance if used inappropriately

While the majority of sports nutrition focuses on a food first approach, it is also important to understand and explore the role supplements can have in our daily life.

This workshop is for anyone interested in understanding more about how supplements may be beneficial to support our health, performance, and productivity. From keen sportsmen and women to businesspeople, understanding supplementation use can extend to a wide range of people.

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How do we do it?

Understanding what supplements really are.

Exploring supplementation safety, the quality of supplement production and associated batch testing.

Which supplements have evidence to support their use and may be beneficial for health and performance.

Which supplements are not worth your time or money, with limited research support.

Supplement use for both performance and wellbeing.

Supplement safety

Understanding what supplements really are.

Exploring supplementation safety, the quality of supplement production and associated batch testing.

Supplement evidence

Which supplements have evidence to support their use and may be beneficial for health and performance.

Supplement wellbeing

Which supplements are not worth your time or money, with limited research support.

Supplement use for both performance and wellbeing.

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