Originally Published: on Sep. 28, 2020 | The New York Times | By Anahad O’Connor A rigorous three-month study found that people lost little weight, and much of that may have been from [Read More]
Unhealthy Foods Aren’t Just Bad For You, They May Also Be Addictive
Originally Published: on Feb. 18, 2021 | New York Times | By Anahad O’Connor Five years ago, a group of nutrition scientists studied what Americans eat and reached a striking conclusion: [Read More]
Could a Keto Diet Be Bad for Athletes’ Bones?
Originally Published: on Feb. 11, 2020 | The New York Times | ByGretchen Reynolds A low-carbohydrate, high-fat ketogenic diet could alter bone health in athletes, according to a thought-provoking [Read More]
How the Right Foods May Lead to a Healthier Gut, and Better Health
Originally Published: on Jan. 11, 2021 | The New York Times | By Anahad O’Connor Scientists know that the trillions of bacteria and other microbes that live in our guts play an important role in [Read More]
Energy Products for Endurance Athletes
Originally Published: on Triathlete.com The definitive list of off-the-shelf fuel for on-the-go triathletes. Bars & Bites Whatever your diet, there’s a bar for that. Certified [Read More]
Can vitamin D protect against COVID-19?
Originally Published: on Oct. 2, 2020 | Mayo Clinic | Answer From William F. Marshall, III M.D. There isn't enough data to recommend use of vitamin D to prevent infection with the virus that [Read More]
Are You Eating Enough Protein?
by Chelsea Garcia, MEd, Certified Exercise Physiologist There are many different sources of protein one can use for a multitude of reasons. You might have been told you need more protein in your [Read More]
RACE DAY NUTRITION HYDRATION AND ELECTROLYTES
Overheating, cramping, and GI distress are the most significant risk factor for your race day performance and your health. With just a few degree increase in your core temperature your race day [Read More]