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Archive for the ‘Sports Nutrition’ Category

Admittedly, I am on vacation and spending very little time thinking about the upcoming school year. However, I know when I return home, we'll be well into August and the 'get everyone ready for school' tirade will begin. New uniforms, clothes shopping...

My friend and colleague Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD over at Real Mom Nutrition posted a video on her blog this week--she's a mom on a mission to change the culture of sport snacks. I'm sharing my opinion on sporting events and snacks to help you think about...

[caption id="attachment_2314" align="alignright" width="225" caption="WHAT NOT TO PACK!"][/caption] What do you pack for your athlete to eat when they're competing? Does it look like this? Parents ask for my suggestions when it comes to fueling...

Got an athlete in the house? I do. Two. A swimmer and a volleyball player. The swimmer is a club team participant, swimming 2 hours each night, 5-6 nights each week. And my volleyball player is at the high school level, which means most nights...

Zing-a-ling, your tongue will sing, when you eat a Zing Bar. I was curious about these 100% natural, high protein, wheat-, soy protein- and gluten-free energy bars, especially because they were created by four nutritionists. Personally, I am not a...

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