Muscles, movement and recovery matter

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Presenter: Sarah Clarke

Exercise is crucial to our physical, mental and emotional health. It's recommended that adults 18-64 years of age undertake 2.5-5 hours of moderate exercise or 1.25-2.5 hours of intense exercise weekly1. Nearly two-thirds (63%) of less active Aussies believe their niggles have stopped them from participating in physical activity2. Increased levels of activity requires consideration of some key nutrients to support muscle contractility, relaxation and resuscitation for improving energy and recovery.

Learning outcomes:
On completion of this webinar you will learn:

  • the importance of magnesium in muscle function and recovery
  • B vitamins' role in energy support
  • CoQ10's supporting role for managing oxidative stress and cellular energy and;
  • Vitamin D's role in skeletal muscle health and regeneration (

About Sarah:
Sarah Clarke is a Melbourne based Clinical Nutritionist with a special interest in weight management and paediatric nutrition. She has worked in clinical practice for five years and is now a Practitioner Consultant and Educator with BioCeuticals. In her work as a Clinical Nutritionist, Sarah has helped patients attain optimal health using evidence-based strategies for the treatment of various chronic diseases. As the mother of three daughters and a self-proclaimed ‘people whisperer’, Sarah is also passionate about sharing her knowledge, experience and passion for natural medicine through education and training.


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