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What’s New in the Healthy Food Scene?

What’s New in the Healthy Food Scene?

Here’s a peek at a few new healthful foods (well, some are new and some are forgotten treasures) that taste good, are good-for-you, and can add variety to your daily sports diet

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Yummy Gifts from the Kitchen

Who doesn’t like a yummy gift of homemade food! Whether you give a certificate for breakfast in bed or fill a tin with trail mix, food gifts are welcome treats for hungry athletes. These

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Do You Know Your Potatoes?

Do You Know Your Potatoes?

Optimal nutrition by eating potatoes. Do you know your potatoes

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The Best Vegetables

The Best Vegetables

Here are some cruciferous vegetables that are high in vitamins and minerals that you should try such as colar greens and kale

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Where to Find Quality Sports Nutrition Information

Where to Find Quality Sports Nutrition Information

A list of different quality websites, textbooks, journals and nutrition books for sports nutrition information.

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Eggs for Athletes?

Yes, eggs can be a good part of an athlete’s diet! Although eggs have been given a bad rap because the yolk is high in cholesterol and has been thought to elevate blood cholesterol

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Why Is Weight Loss So Hard…?

Why Is Weight Loss So Hard…?

Nutrition Tip from author Nancy Clark on why weight loss is so hard for athletes and what can be done.

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Soccer—where did those ladies get their energy?

Soccer—where did those ladies get their energy?

If you watched the USA Women’s World Championship Soccer Games, you couldn’t have

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Peanut butter: Love it or leave it?

Peanut butter: Love it or leave it?

Q. Should I avoid peanut butter because it has 16 grams of fat? A. No! About 25% of your calories can appropriately come from fat

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Exercise, Injury & Creatine: Updates from ACSM

Exercise, Injury & Creatine: Updates from ACSM

Each year, more than 5.000 health professionals gather at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM; www.acsm.org). At this year’s meeting (Denver, June 1-4, 2011), exercise physiologists, sports medicine doctors, and sports nutritionists shared their research and offered updates. Here are three updates that might be of interest. The power of

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