Patrick Wilson, PhD, is one of the world’s foremost experts on the connections between exercise, nutrition, and the gut and is the author of the recently released book, The Athlete’s Gut: The Inside Science of Digestion, Nutrition, and Stomach Distress.
In this series of articles, Patrick will shed light on the innerworkings of the gut, why certain athletes are prone to digestive issues, and how they can go about tackling these gut issues using nutrition, training and psychological strategies.
Caffeine Can Kickstart Your Workout But Look Out for Its Effect on Your Gut
Jitters and Java: Your Genes May Affect Your Response to Caffeine
Over Half of Ultrarunners Get Nauseous During Races; Here’s Why
Beating Gut Troubles in the Heat
Sleep Does the Body (and the Gut) Good
Supplements and the Gut
Is Fat Adaptation a Path to Improved Performance & Fewer Gut Problems?
Sugar Substitutes and the Gut
Sometimes Gut Problems Are in Your Head
Is the Gut Microbiota Key to Unlocking Your Athletic Success?