What Should I Eat After A Competition
Our bodies are primed immediately after workouts and games to accept nutrients that will start the recovery process, stimulate muscle repair and growth, and restore energy levels. The sooner you [...]
Healthy Habits – A How To Guide
Do not wait to break before you start to build. What I mean by that is trying to start healthy stress management habits such as meditating, journaling, and moving your [...]
How to Fuel a Pickey Eater
Your child's taste is fickle. One day they like one thing the next; they are spitting it out.
Men and Eating Disorders
An eating disorder can manifest itself in many ways.
A Super Simple Way to Get Teens to Eat More Vegetables
American teens are shockingly bad at eating vegetables.
When Eating Makes You Feel Anxious
Too many athletes are spending way too much time fighting with food thoughts: Do I eat? Don’t I eat? Am I hungry—or just bored?. They report feeling anxious, self-critical, and [...]
6 Strategies To Help Youth Athletes Eat Better
Over the years, I've found that poor nutrition habits, often characterized by a failure to eat regularly, are one of the biggest barriers for kids in achieving their athletic potential. [...]
What Is Normal Eating?
Traditional families are used to enjoying a hearty breakfast, lunch (at noon), and supper (at night). And when women entered the workforce, eating patterns changed and we started eating lighter [...]
ABC’s of Sports Nutrition
Believe it or not, eating a good sports diet can be simple. Yet too many athletes have created a complex and confusing eating program with good and bad foods, lots [...]
A Simple Guide To Pre-Workout & Pre-Game Nutrition
What you eat before your workout will help you achieve two goals: Provide enough energy to power you through your workout or game without hitting a wall or feeling lethargic. [...]