Trainers & Coaches
Fish Oil, the Respiratory Tract, Wheezing and Asthma
Polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy reduced the absolute risk of persistent wheeze or asthma and infections of the lower respiratory tract in offspring.
Healthy Healing: Nutrition for Surgery Recovery
Take a proactive approach to recovery with foods and supplements to help your body heal.
The Science of Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition: Dissecting the Zone Diet
The Zone diet is a popular means of weight loss, but is it right for you?
Top 10 Foods to Fight Inflammation
By eating anti-inflammatory foods, your body will stay stronger, recover faster, and attain better results in whatever sport you pursue.
5 Reasons to Eat Berries Every Day
Here are five reasons why berries will both prolong your healthy life and get you back in the gym more quickly.
Anti-Inflammatories: Green Tea, Ginger, and the Athlete
I am not planning on stopping the things I do for my workouts, but I am willing to use deliberate recovery measures and supplementation to battle the resulting inflammation.
Curcumin for Athletes: Why You and Your Joints Might Like It
Curcumin has some amazing benefits when it comes to inflammation, joint pain, and disease prevention. But it's important you get the right kind and take it in the right amounts.
Why You Need Phytonutrients and the 4 Best Places to Get Them
It's important we eat enough fruits and veggies. Here are the reasons why, and here are some of the best (and tastiest!) ways to get them in every day.
An Athlete's Guide to Inflammation: What to Eat and What to Avoid
Some foods promote inflammation, while others alleviate it. Unless you are eating and supplementing with this in mind, you could be seriously impeding your performance in the gym.
Product Review: Kill Cliff Recovery Drink
Kill Cliff isn't an energy drink. It's a recovery drink intended to help athletes fight inflammation. It doesn't hurt it tastes great, too. These guys are full of attitude and a little bit of mystery.
Science Says Massage Heals Your Muscles
We all know massages help tense muscles feel good, but now scientists show massage therapy also helps damaged muscles heal faster and could help arthritis as well.
Becca Borawski Jenkins
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