Cliff’s articles have been published in magazines and on websites around the world with combined audiences in the millions.
Musings by Cliff
Nutrition, health, training, and life and purpose articles with a liberal dose of off-topic content
Lunch can be the most difficult meal to ‘get right’ consistently.
In the modern WORLD, we eat while distracted—working, watching television—even though this is far from ideal for digestion and absorption of nutrients, and for reducing stress.
Both Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) and lemon juice are time-honoured naturopathic remedies to promote digestion and improve the natural processes of detoxification in the liver.
Issue 6 | Volume 1 | November 2019 In this issue: This month, we have a massive review of the evidence-backed complementary treatments for candida overgrowth. Find out what candida is, how it can progress to candidiasis, and what natural treatments have shown evidence for its treatment. We also have
Mouse evidence suggests that high fat diets cause inflammation in the brain and results in damage to the nervous system. Can these results be translated to humans?
It’s commonly accepted that higher protein intakes reduce cravings for sugar. But is that idea supported by the evidence?
Omega-3 fish oil supplements may help to modify the gut biome and improve gut health. In this article, Cliff delves into the research to answer the question ‘can omega-3 fats treat dysbiosis?’
Candida overgrowth can affect many people, resulting in mild to severe symptoms. In this review, Cliff summarises the evidence-based natural treatments available.
The question often arises “How much should I eat”, and without overcomplicating the issue, the answer simply is “eat until you’re full!” And by ‘full’ I don’t mean the old idea, that you’ve probably heard time and time again of being ‘moderately full’.
THERE IS NO EVIDENCE that eating frequently and forcing yourself to eat throughout the day offers any benefits.
Cliff chats with kettlebell guru and founder of The Master Kettlebell Academy, Mike ‘the Huff’ Huffam
Every cell in your body requires water to function correctly, and those functions inevitably include the processes that allow you to build and maintain muscle, lose body fat, and think clearly.
Cliff chats with advocate for social change and gendered violence educator, former professional fighter – Richie Hardcore.
To improve your health, and improve energy and performance, the priority is not how much, but what you are eating.
Issue 5 | Volume 1 | October 2019 In this issue: This month we have a special ‘Food Fight’ issue that focusses on the low-carb vs high-carb debate! Feature article Should you choose high or low-carb? There is a seemingly endless debate between advocates of high and low-carb diets. In