Fitness Nutrition obesity

Bite into an apple, this season’s favorite functional food for bigger and stronger muscles.

Stacey Penney
Stacey Penney
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One of the most popular items to add to a lunch box, find out what the latest research is suggesting regarding the health and performance benefits of apples. From increased muscle size to decreased obesity, apples bring more than just flavor to the fall.
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Nutrition

Tailgating Tips for a Healthy Season

Emily Bailey 1
Fall is football season and what does football season mean? It means it’s time to bring out the tailgating gear! Tailgating is meant to be a fun event shared with family and friends, but there are steps we can take to make sure we are adequately prepared ...
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Iron: An Essential Mineral for Athletic Performance

Jena Walther, MS 0
Trained athletes and clients alike are monitoring their intakes and percentages of critical fuels - carbohydrates, fats, and protein - but are potentially falling short on their micronutrient needs. These trace players in the diet can have a significant ...
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There’s more to whole grains than whole wheat!

Stacey Penney
Stacey Penney
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What’s all the interest in grains? Dietary guidelines recommend that at least half of the grains we eat are whole grains. Whole grains, gluten-free, enriched, refined, and pseudo-grains, what does it all mean to your diet and health? Here we’ll take a ...
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Vitamin D- The Sunshine Vitamin

Geoff Lecovin 0
Vitamin D, also known as the “sunshine vitamin,” was identified in the 17th century by Dr. Daniel Whistler and Professor Francis Glisson when they discovered the causative factors of rickets.
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Sports Performance Nutrition

Ergogenic Foods for Performance and Health

Geoff Lecovin 0
In the field of sports nutrition, supplement companies proudly promote their products, claiming that they have the “magic bullet” for weight loss, weight gain and/or performance enhancement. Many of these products are costly, combined with a number of ...
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Nutrition

What’s the Skinny on Fat?

Geoff Lecovin 0
Fat is probably the most feared and misunderstood macronutrient. It has been erroneously associated with heart disease and conjures up images of going directly from the lips to the hips. Get the latest skinny and science on fat.
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Carbohydrates: Are they really that bad for you?

Geoff Lecovin 0
A review of some of the most popular diet programs reveals that they fall along a continuum from "anti-carbohydrate” to "anti-fat." The Standard American Diet (SAD) is typically comprised of 43-50% carbs. Low carbohydrate diets have been a popular trend ...
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How to Biohack Your Metabolism

Geoff Lecovin 1
Looking for ways to boost your metabolism? Try a biohack! Here’s 5 simple biohacks to get your body’s engine revving! From the power of sleep, to diet and exercise, see how easy it can be.
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Prep and Recovery: New Cornerstones to Effective Exercise Programming

Fabio Comana
Fabio Comana
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Looking for optimal exercise training results? What you do before and after could be just as important as the actual training itself. Discover where to focus pre-exercise efforts and what to consider for post-exercise recovery.
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