How to Sift Between Nutritional Info and Hype

DISCLAIMER Remember, nutrition is truly a science – it is dynamic, changing, and growing with each new finding. Be mindful to follow credible sources for your nutrition information. Here is a recommended list: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Journal of the American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Science Alliance (FANSA): American College of Nutrition (CAN) … Continue reading How to Sift Between Nutritional Info and Hype

Nutritional Misunderstandings: The Carbohydrate

I came across this great little article about low-carb diets and wanted to share it with you.  Here are my thoughts, what I have learned, and what works for me .. I recommend a balanced diet, about 15-20% protein (based on your weight training intensity), 15-25% healthy fats, and about 55-65% carbohydrates. To supplement the article … Continue reading Nutritional Misunderstandings: The Carbohydrate