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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.


Protein and the Athlete – How Much Do You Need?

Protein and the Athlete (70)How much protein is really necessary for athletes? While protein is critical in building muscle mass, more is not necessarily better. Eating large amounts of lean protein will not equate with a toned body.

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5 Snacks for Your Bike Ride

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A good biking snack is about more than just energy. It needs to be portable, provide your muscles with the nutrients they need, be eaten on a good schedule and can't melt. Here are five super snacks for you to tuck into your jersey pockets.

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Go! The Rundown on Putting the Spring Back in Your Step

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Birds chirping, trees blooming and feet on the pavement all signal the arrival of spring. However, hitting the great outdoors for a 5K or fun run involves more than just lacing up your sneakers and programming the perfect playlist. These 5 simple steps will get you on your feet again the safe and healthy way.

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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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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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Sports Dietitians Prep Athletes for Olympics

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What does it take to fuel the strength, speed, endurance and grace of the athletes we see on our TVs? It takes years of training to obtain a coveted spot on an Olympic team, and sports dietitians are part of that team – helping to propel athletes to achieve the Olympic motto: Citius, Altius, Fortius (Faster, Higher, Stronger).

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Training for a Marathon? Tips to Keep You Going

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It's race day. Marathon day. 26.2 miles. You've been training for the last several months, preparing for everything within your control. One of the biggest factors that will determine how you finish is sports nutrition and how you fuel your body. This single fact alone can be the difference between barely finishing a race and finishing strong.

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