HUN Blog from 11/04/2020 Vitamin D, or rather the D hormone, is involved in many metabolic processes, including the optimal functioning of the immune system. With the current coronavirus epidemic, it may be fashionable to pay more attention to the health of the immune system. Based on my studies so far, I believe that sun-produced… Continue reading Sun exposure and vitamin D production: for who, when, how much and how?
HUN Blog from 14/12/2019 I remember having a few Christmases where I gained 3-4 kg in a few days. I was a competitive athlete, training 2 times a day. I thought anything and everything I could eat, I’d work it off. Then it lasted for a couple of weeks after that and my performance dropped.… Continue reading How to survive the Christmas feast?
HUN Blog from 09/12/2021 In 2021 I started a new sporting adventure, not so far removed from my training past. I like the fitness demands of OCR – obstacle course races (you need about everything: strength, endurance, speed, coordination, movement skills, tactics, etc.). I like the closeness to nature, and the atmosphere. I’ll keep you… Continue reading OCR – Obstacle Course Race experiences
HUN Blog from 16/03/2019 In recent decades, the number of diseases affecting the hormonal and neurotransmitter system and their consequences have been increasing. Thyroid-cortisol-melatonin problems, estrogen dominance, low testosterone, insulin resistance, leptin resistance, diabetes, mental illness, etc. If these metabolic diseases are spreading so rapidly, it cannot be explained by genetics alone. Epigenetics is a… Continue reading Hormones: ask your doctor, pharmacist…