Katie Moore

Katie Moore

Katie Moore is a registered dietitian and certified personal trainer. With degrees in both dietetics and exercise science and health promotion, Moore customizes well-rounded programs for the athletes she trains. Her experience includes individualized nutrition counseling, clinical dietetics, community nutrition and corporate wellness. She resides in Philadelphia and is an avid runner, yogi, tennis player and cyclist.

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Why Chicken Soup Strengthens Your Immune System

Think you are a pillar of health? Studies show following exhaustive exercise the immune system is depressed, increasing the risk of infection....

Post-Holiday Chocolate Health Benefits

If you are looking to justify some indulgences this holiday season, scientists have uncovered health benefits from eating chocolate (health) which might...

Coconut Sugar: What Is It, and Is It Good for You?

One of the newest sweeteners to show up in grocery stores is coconut sugar. It is a minimally processed natural sugar made from dried coconut palm...

How Fatty Is Your Thanksgiving?

Times have changed since 1621 when the pilgrims and Indians chowed down for the first Thanksgiving. Their meal likely consisted of venison, turkey,...

The 7 Best Nuts for Your Health and Performance

Nuts are bite sized powerhouses loaded with healthy fat, protein, vitamins, and minerals to keep every athlete well fueled. These concentrated sources...

What Else Are You Drinking? The Truth About BPA Dangers

Athletes are encouraged to keep drinking water. Sound advice to prevent dehydration and maintain peak athletic performance, but what else is lurking in...

Brown Rice vs. White Rice: Does It Really Matter?

The digestibility of carbohydrates and the impact it has on blood sugar has an important role for athletes. The glycemic index ranks foods on a scale of...

How the Glycemic Index Can Help Your Athletic Performance

Glycemic index is a measurement of how quickly food impacts blood sugar levels compared to pure sugar. Foods are ranked on a scale of 0 to 100, with...

The Skinny on Good Fat vs. Bad Fat

All fats are not created equal. When it comes to trimming the fat some good fats we want to keep in our diet, and other bad fats we want to avoid as...

Why You Need a Bedtime Snack

Sleep, necessary to rebuild damaged muscles, rest the heart, and mentally recharge you for a new day of training. During the 7-10 hours you spend...

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