Healthy Eating

Last week we learned about the essential four daily supplements: fish oil, vitamin D, magnesium, and Alpha lipoic acid. This week – eight more supplements you may decide have benefit.
The world of supplements is confusing. But, what if supplementation helped you – a normal person – feel better, perform better, and live longer? Here are the four essential supplements you need.
A recent review published in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research looked through numerous studies to determine what might be the best recovery drink for endurance and team-sport athletes.
Two new studies show positive benefits of Omega-3 supplementation in the battle against osteoarthritis. Research shows Omega-3's can delay and even possibly prevent onset of the disease.
As a lifetime athlete, I’m more interested with people’s hands on experiences than I am with expert opinion. My own experience doing this fast was as eye-opening as it was unpleasant.
Today is day eight. “Day eight of what?” you ask. Great question. Well folks, for the past eight days, I have lived (primarily) off of the ingestion of juiced fruits and vegetables.
Cardiometabolic risk is defined as a cluster of risk factors such as high blood pressure, high glucose, high triglycerides, abdominal obesity, smoking, and physical inactivity.
Athletes are becoming more aware of the empirically based data recommending fish oil supplementation for performance, recovery, and health.
Two recent studies indicate a correlation between fish oil and brain function, both in terms of maintaining brain health and cognitive ability while aging and also increasing recovery from strokes.
Testosterone plays an important role in male reproductive development, muscle and bone mass, and athletic development.
New research in International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism examined the actual level of nutritional knowledge in athletes and non athletes.
The standard training for both competitive wrestlers and football players on the collegiate level involves short high-intensity intervals followed by short periods of rest.
Intense exercise is often followed by a period of weakness and soreness that can last for days or weeks.
Calcium and Vitamin D are two widely available and popular nutritional supplements used for bone health.
You may have noticed a lot of people drinking coconut water these days. What's up with that? Here's the info on what's so great about coconut water.
Supplements for improving athletic performance and recovery for are a hot topics for research today.
The ergogenic effects of caffeine have been examined many times in recent years. New research in a full literature review confirms further that caffeine intake does enhance human performance.