In recent years, the ketogenic diet has emerged as a popular choice among extreme endurance athletes for a couple key reasons. Today’s post will discuss an introduction to ketogenic dieting, what it means, the potential benefits, as well as potential concerns and obstacles. This post will not discuss the physiology…

Supplementation: A Food First Approach

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 08:32 AM Written by
Supplementation has become increasingly popular in the United States over the past 20 years. Many products have potential application and benefits to target populations, but it is rare that a supplement truly enhances the health or performance of the general population better than an optimized diet. That said, there is…
This is a complete meal in 1 dish and makes ground chicken look fancy! Ground turkey, beef or tofu crumbles are great substitutions for the chicken. The casserole can also be served as a side! Ingredients Serves 4-5 1-2 Tbsp olive oil 1 lb ground chicken 12 oz broccoli 2…
We’ve all heard the saying “Too much of a good thing.” This proves to be true in nutrition and health. Even if your diet consists of the nutrient dense foods, it’s important to keep portion sizes in mind so that you aren’t overeating and taking away from your efforts to eat right.…

Making Real Changes

Wednesday, 06 July 2016 08:01 AM Written by
Do you believe that you live a mostly healthy lifestyle? Why or why not? This is often the first question I ask when working with a new individual who doesn’t come with something specific they want to discuss. Most people have something (usually many things) they want to improve but…

Osteoporosis & Bone Health

Wednesday, 06 July 2016 07:53 AM Written by
Did you know that most of our bone mass is completely built by the time we reach the age of 20? This is part of the reason why we encourage milk intake for our infants and adolescents. We begin recommending whole milk after breastfeeding and then serve milk with both…
  You know I love a good stuffed sweet potato. This variation is overflowing with flavors of the Mediterranean. To make this recipe even easier, I visited the antipasto bar in my local grocery store and filled a container with different olives, feta cheese, roasted garlic, and sun dried tomatoes. I…

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Wednesday, 29 June 2016 12:22 PM Written by
Heather Ferri is a trauma recovery and hydration coach. She received her degree in Dance education from Point Park University, and while performing in New York City created a record for Guinness Book of World Records for 16 turns in tap shoes. With many fitness certifications, she is also a…
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