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Optimum Nutrition Magazine

4 issues per year   |  English 1 Reviews   •  English   •   Health & Fitness (Medical)
The Institute for Optimum Nutrition’s quarterly magazine is an essential read for anyone wanting to understand more about the vital role of nutrition and exercise in health and disease. It is packed with informative and topical features, research updates, case studies, interviews, expert advice, recipes, product reviews, and much more.
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Optimum Nutrition

Spring 2020 - Why your circadian rhythm is important for health and wellbeing - Age well to live well - what everyone over 40 (and younger) should know - The doctor who says our world is making us sick - Why junk food could be making your allergies worse - Making the most out of frozen fruit and veg - Could faecal transplants treat disease in the future? - Cannabidiol - should we say high to this new craze? - Plus kids' pages, recipes and more!


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Optimum Nutrition  |  Spring 2020  


- Why your circadian rhythm is important for health and wellbeing
- Age well to live well - what everyone over 40 (and younger) should know
- The doctor who says our world is making us sick
- Why junk food could be making your allergies worse
- Making the most out of frozen fruit and veg
- Could faecal transplants treat disease in the future?
- Cannabidiol - should we say high to this new craze?
- Plus kids' pages, recipes and more!
read more read less
The Institute for Optimum Nutrition’s quarterly magazine is an essential read for anyone wanting to understand more about the vital role of nutrition and exercise in health and disease. It is packed with informative and topical features, research updates, case studies, interviews, expert advice, recipes, product reviews, and much more.

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Essential read for anyone wanting to understand more about the vital role of nutrition and exercise in health and diseas Reviewed February 25, 2021