Welcome to the Sports for all Sexes Website

SportWelcome to the Sports for all Sexes website. Men and women alike are more keen than ever to stay abreast of all the very latest events and results from their favourite sports. Thankfully there is a dizzying number of sporting channels and media outlets to enable them to do so. Nowadays real time sports reporting and coverage is ubiquitous and easily accessible for all as the major media organizations have identified the growing demand and are keen to feed the sports hungry viewer, whether male and female, with exactly what they want. Similarly, thanks to the advent of the internet and the explosion of mobile internet devices, a wealth of sporting news and information is accessible to all, at any time, in any place. Now you can pull out your smartphone and look up information on the world’s most famous players, the hottest teams, and all the gossip surrounding every sporting event you are interested in.

There are an endless number of websites solely dedicated to each and every sport. If you are seeking high quality sports images you can find them easily. A simple search on Google images will uncover a significant amount of images for you to peruse. Sports lovers are always keen to find out what is going on with their favourite team and their favourite players. Sports coverage and reporting has grown in popularity and importance all over the world as sports have grown in economic value. Get in touch with us here at the Sports for all Sexes website with all your views and feedback.

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The Sports for all Sexes website is not related to the old Womens Running Network website. If you would like to know more about the Womens Running Network website please contact them directly.

What is Omega 3?

The main building blocks of fats are the fatty acids, the two main families of these are polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) called Omega 3 and Omega 6.

'Essential' fatty acids cannot be made in our bodies so we have to consume them in our food. In wild foods Omega 3 and Omega 6 are normally found in a 1:1 balance but in modern farmed foods the "ratio" is tilted heavily towards Omega 6. There is growing evidence that this imbalance contributes to many of the so-called civilisation diseases.