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Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)

This easy to read “survival guide” outlines essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease.

Eat Right for Sports and Performance

Top Snacks for Runners

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Early morning run, lunchtime run, evening run—runners always need to navigate the balance of run times with meal timing to maintain a placid stomach, prevent hunger, and boost energy. But when done right, snacking can be part of the perfect meal plan for runners.

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Timing Your Nutrition

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What should you eat before and after a workout? Sometimes the answer depends more on the athlete and his specific activity, but there are some common truths that apply for pre and post workout nutrition, whether you're a weekend warrior or a seasoned veteran.

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Play Ball! Tips for the Weekend Baseball Warrior

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You are just a forkful and water bottle away from boosting your baseball performance! Smart food choices and proper hydration can enhance reaction time, focus and stamina to give a competitive edge on the field.

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Grill Your Way to a Six Pack

Grill tips for six packGrilling and six packs go together! Throwing the right foods on the grill will help you gain muscle mass and definition when used in combination with a cardio and weight training regimen. Jim White, RD, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, gives his best tips on how to fire up your six pack when you fire up your grill.

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Build Muscle, No Steak Required

Build Muscle, No Steak Required

For years, the conventional belief that ruled professional and amateur athletic training programs was that consuming meat was the only way to build muscle. But today we know a balanced vegetarian diet that includes non-meat protein assists muscular development … no steak required.

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How to Fuel Your Workout

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Listen to locker room talk at the gym and you'll hear lots of conflicting tips about what you should eat and drink before and after you work out. These answers to five common questions about fueling your workout sort fact from fiction.

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Academy President Carries Olympic Torch

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On July 11, 2012 - day 54 of the Olympic Torch Relay - 120 inspirational torchbearers, including Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics President Ethan A. Bergman, PhD, RD, CD, FADA, carried the flame as it traveled 105.35 miles through 13 communities on its journey from Reading to Salisbury, England.

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