A question that comes up quite often with clients who work out regularly is, “what should I eat before and after a workout?” I’ve also seen the difference pre-game and post-game nutrition can have on performance in athletes. It is for these reasons that I created the following infographic.
WASHINGTON, DC – Yesterday, Representative Sam Johnson (R-TX) introduced H.R. 1156, the “Patient Access to Higher Quality Health Care Act of 2017,” with bipartisan support.
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I don’t like the word “diet”. The word, which simply refers to the food we eat, has been taken out of context. Instead, “diet” now refers to a restrictive, rigid plan someone follows in order to lose weight. I envision deprivation and depression, and I am not a fan.
With the Holidays, alcohol seems like an appropriate topic for my next blog!In this blog, I plan to address the health benefits of alcohol in moderation. But I also want to call to mind the dangers of excessive drinking, lest we forget.In order to distinguish moderate drinking from excessive dri
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A couple of months ago, I met with congressman, Louie Gohmert. Our conversation somehow got around to history, and I admitted to him that I wasn’t much of a history buff. He said something like this, “You have to fall in love with the stories in order to fall in love with history. History is a
I’m excited to introduce this month’s topic: ADDED SUGAR There is natural sugar that is intrinsic in some foods, like fruit and milk. Then there is added sugar, which is added to foods. By all measures, sugar is the number one food additive in the U.S. Some names for added su