Outdoor adventures and Mānuka honey are a dynamic duo for those seeking natural sustenance and healing during their excursions. Mānuka honey, with its potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, provides a compact source of energy and rejuvenation. Hikers, campers, and adventurers benefit from its portability and endurance-boosting qualities. It not only serves as a nutritious snack but can also treat minor cuts, scrapes, and insect bites. The honey's ability to soothe sore throats is particularly valuable for those spending extended periods outdoors. In essence, Mānuka honey is a versatile and essential companion for outdoor enthusiasts, enhancing both sustenance and well-being during their adventures.

How many gels should you take on a long run?

How many gels should you take on a long run?

How many gels should you take on a long run? Sports nutritionists generally recommend 30-60g carbs per hour during medium to intensive exercise.

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Chief medical officer

Dr marc s. stevens, md

FACS, FICS, Fellow of the American Academy, Board Certified Americal Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

Dr Marc is our Medical Physician based in North Carolina, USA. With over 20+ years' experience across the board including 15 years in nutrition and nutraceuticals. Marc brings deep understanding and connections throughout all areas of the USA medical scene including research, clinical surveys and partnerships.

chief science officer

lillian morton phd

PhD Medical and Health Sciences. MDc (dis). IOC Sports Nutrition Diploma. ISAK Level 3. NZ Registered Nutritionist.

Lillian comes from decades of working with High Performance Sports NZ, Olympics, Rugby New Zealand continues to specialize in working with high performance athletes. She is a researcher and scientist, developing research methodologies, keynote speaking and more.