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Should You Consider Adding Butter to Your Coffee?

It Might Power Weight Loss, Increase Energy and Sharpen Focus "I learned about the power of butter at 18,000 feet of elevation near Mt. Kailash i...

3 Reasons Why You Should Take a Fish Oil Supplement

Athletes and those who train on a consistent basis face the challenges of dealing with joint and muscle soreness, psychological stress, and recovering...

3 Power-Packed Milkshakes to Boost Recovery

Photo: Foodista As an athlete you not only train hard, but you eat exceptionally healthy. Although, sometimes even athletes need to indulge every now...

5 Benefits of Coffee for Athletes

Thinkstock As an athlete, your fueling strategy probably involves three or four key beverages—water, milk, protein shakes and sports drinks lik...

4 'Bad Foods' That Might be Good for You

As nutritionists, we learned in Nutrition 101 that unsaturated fats are the "good" fats whereas saturated fats are the "bad" ones. For years we were...

Reduce Muscle Soreness—With Caffeine?

Starting a new training program or revamping your workout may seem novel and exciting—until the days following, when you can hardly move without...

Ask the You Docs: Is There an Energy Drink That's Healthy?

Q: I'm nodding off during the afternoon and feel like I need a pick-me-up. But everything I read about energy drink seems to say they pose a risk ...

Intermittent Fasting: Secrets of Success

Intermittent fasting is not just a diet plan. It's a lifestyle change. It's based on the idea that the human body isn't designed for three full me...

How to Maximize Tennis Performance With Your Diet

For the last six months, I have worked as a nutritionist for a professional tennis player. In order to help him recover and perform the next day, I ...

4 Hydration Rules for Football Players

Football on its own is demanding enough, but hot, humid summertime two-a-days make it even tougher. Players need to pay close attention to their hyd...

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