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James quoted in Mens Health

Hi James,

Congrats in getting your advice and name in to Mens Health magazine this month... I can only imagine that from a publicity POV that it it a good thing!!!

Gerry
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 10:39:14 (permalink)
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    so you read mens health a lot cuprager???
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 10:42:24 (permalink)
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    Am I? Is that July's edition? What am I quoted for? What page?

    It does ring bells them phoning up a few months ago - but I can't remember what it was about.
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 11:10:34 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: James

    Am I? Is that July's edition? What am I quoted for? What page?

    It does ring bells them phoning up a few months ago - but I can't remember what it was about.


    ha ha i bet you've been counting down the days until it hit the shelves!
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 13:51:30 (permalink)
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    Seriously I don't have a clue.

    I'd like to have a look though - can someone tell me what the topic is and what page
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 14:17:38 (permalink)
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    Is it the august issue? im flicking through it now (dont ask..... my parents brought me a subscription....) and cant find anything in the nutrition articles...

    sub
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 14:29:00 (permalink)
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    Ah ive found it, its an article on overindulging in healthy things, page 58. Quote:

    Swap the tablets for a turbot. In march 2006 several high street brands of cod liver oil supplement were - not for the first time - found to have excessive levels of dioxin and PCbs. "But dont dismiss the benefits of fish oils completely," insists James Collier, consultant dietitian with nutrition advisers Healthy Action. "Do yourself a favour and eat it in its natural form - go for three to four portions a week."

    wise words sir!

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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 14:30:16 (permalink)
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    The Less is more article, 'Any excess proten is converted to fat, Excessive amounts of protein could eventually cripple your kidneys'
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 15:06:09 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: sub_z3ro

    Ah ive found it, its an article on overindulging in healthy things, page 58. Quote:

    Swap the tablets for a turbot. In march 2006 several high street brands of cod liver oil supplement were - not for the first time - found to have excessive levels of dioxin and PCbs. "But dont dismiss the benefits of fish oils completely," insists James Collier, consultant dietitian with nutrition advisers Healthy Action. "Do yourself a favour and eat it in its natural form - go for three to four portions a week."

    wise words sir!

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    Thanks

    Well they have referred to me as a 'deititian' which I am not so that's illegal! At least there's a plug for Helathy Action I suppose.
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 15:36:11 (permalink)
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    As usual James... "We are not worthy, we are not worthy"
    C'mon all join in...
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 15:37:38 (permalink)
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    Nice one James.

    What was the name of that magazine which you featured in the other month which i think you can get from Holland and Barrett mate? ? ?
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 16:47:09 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Nice one James.

    What was the name of that magazine which you featured in the other month which i think you can get from Holland and Barrett mate? ? ?

    Real Health & Fitness - had 5-6 articles in there
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 16:56:18 (permalink)
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    Ah nice one mate.

    They didnt have it in H&B in my town though, can you get it from WHSmiths or somewhere? ? ?
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 16:56:18 (permalink)
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    Congrats
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 16:57:01 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Ah nice one mate.

    They didnt have it in H&B in my town though, can you get it from WHSmiths or somewhere? ? ?

    Through GNC I believe
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 20:33:58 (permalink)
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    Can see your name is quoted twice on page 60, not that I buy Mens Health that regularly, (cough cough)

    When Protein becomes a poision

    If you're regularly hitting the top end of the recommended daily protein intake, thats 2kg for every kilo of bodyweight - then you should consider yourself in the danger zone. "Any excess protein is converted into fat", says James Collier. "The long-term danger is that excessive amounts of protein could eventually cripple your kidneys".

    When fibre is to filling

    Fibre's the digestive equilvalent of the bendy bus - a congestion cure with new dangers. "Gas, diarrhoea and a bloated stomach" all feature in a far-from attractive picture of excess fibre intake painted by dietician James Collier. Too much roughage also binds to nutrients like zinc and iron so they pass through you without being absorbed.




    "Knowledge is knowing the Tomato is a fruit, wisdom is not putting it in your fruit salad"


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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 21:25:43 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: GRIFF 1980
    If you're regularly hitting the top end of the recommended daily protein intake, thats 2kg for every kilo of bodyweight....
    Er, that's 2g for every kilo of bodyweight - I hope!
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/07 22:14:50 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Nigeepoo

    ORIGINAL: GRIFF 1980
    If you're regularly hitting the top end of the recommended daily protein intake, thats 2kg for every kilo of bodyweight....
    Er, that's 2g for every kilo of bodyweight - I hope!


    Oops, yep sure is 2g!
    2kg could prove to be very expensive!!

    I'm approx 100kg and take in at least 200-250g of protein per day, this is putting my in the 'danger zone' then?!!


    "Knowledge is knowing the Tomato is a fruit, wisdom is not putting it in your fruit salad"


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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/08 09:37:47 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: James

    Am I? Is that July's edition? What am I quoted for? What page?

    It does ring bells them phoning up a few months ago - but I can't remember what it was about.


    Hi James,

    Yes and some others have typed out your quotes.

    They did quote you as a dietician incorrectly but i guess that the positives outweigh the negatives for you and 'healthy action'.

    Gerry
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    RE: James quoted in Mens Health 2006/07/08 13:15:34 (permalink)
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    1-1.5g protein / lb bodyweight seems to be the generally accepted level of protein intake for bodybuilders training hard on a regular basis. That works out at 2.2-3.3g/kg. Does that mean we're all screwing our kidney's up? I don't believe that tbh, wouldn't there be a lot of empirical evidence by now?
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