There's no doubt that what you eat plays a large role in how you perform. Because of this reality, it's crucial that you have a customized diet based on the demands of your sport and your individual needs. Creating a customized meal plan to maximize your athletic performance may seem
Have you heard? As soon as you turn age 50, protein is bad for you… until your 65,
then it’s good for you again.
This is what a study, published two days ago, implies. Interestingly, this study was
published in the very well respected journal, Cell Metabolism.
With the holidays behind us, and the New Year’s resolutions underway, it’s a great time to talk about setting realistic nutrition-goals. First off, I want to point out that it is perfectly acceptable to modify nutritional goals over time. In fact, I recommend taking a closer look at your resolution after reading this article! Don’t be fooled into thinking that you are stuck with an overwhelming and unrealistic New Year’s resolution! You’re better off modifying your resolution to something realistic, than letting it fall by the wayside entirely.
You’ve probably heard this before, but let’s think about the racecar analogy a bit.
Your body is a racecar:
Your muscles are the engine - The bigger the engine, the faster and more
powerful you are,
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are a hot topic right now; with campaigns to suggest the possibility of negative health effects and a lack-there-of. My focus here is to inform you about GMOs, what they are, what they are not, and how I believe they affect the nutrition industry.
A few months ago, an epidemiological study correlating protein intake and cancer
rates, had gained some popularity. Almost immediately after the study was
published, I wrote a blog to clear the air. You can find it here. But regardless of how
poor the study it comes from is, or how misrepresented this study has been in the