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In today's digest:
- Why adding an egg to your salad is recommended (no, not just for protein & fat)
- Skipping carbs at breakfast helps keep blood sugar under control the entire day
- Adding to your marathon nutrition can improve your performance & recovery
- Fasting Blood Sugar: a key indicator for heart disease
In this week’s digest:
- Use intermittent fasting for weight loss and numerous health benefits
- Use cocoa to accelerate muscle recovery after exercise (among other benefits)
- Sugar-free sports and diet drinks heavily damage teeth
- Use Ashwagandha for a strong boost in cardiovascular fitness
- New research shows massive impact of sugar irrespective of the rest of the diet
- Eat nuts for improvements in cholesterol, LDL and triglycerides
- Replace diet soda with water for significantly more weight lossRead More
- Why fat-adapted athletes have a much easier time dropping weight.
- New study as further proof of link between gluten and inflammation in people without Celiac.
- Consumption of high fructose corn syrup (soft drinks) directly linked to rise in heart disease factors.
- A 20-year study reveals a link between consumption of certain vegetables and reduction in breast cancer risk.
- Another study showing that while saturated fat may increase LDL Cholesterol, this has no impact on atherosclerosis.
Many have been asking me about the ingredients in my go to "low carb granola" breakfast.
Here you go:
- Chocolate… chocolate… chocolate...
- So, someone said you absolutely need to run a 20-miler before your marathon. I don't agree.
- Traveling in planes teaches you patience, and 14 other skills frequent travelers pick up and apply daily.
- New large study reveals that we've underestimated mortality risk from smoking. It's shocking...
- Do electrolytes affect your half-ironman performance and recovery?
- Glutathione shown to boost athletic performance by reducing muscle fatigue and improving fat burning.
- Schools in France serve steak, cheese, veg & fruit, in the US popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes, and cookies… An interesting global comparison of school meals.