Article from ffotb.com. By Logan Gelbrich
Break out the shakers. It’s that prized “window,” as they call it. You’ve just finished working out and you’ve got T-minus forty minutes until you must eat or watch your fitness be completely erased. Right? Maybe.
After months of testing, Dunkin’ Donuts is finally ready to unleash its range of gluten-free goodies to customers across the country.
This brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “food poisoning.” Original list found in Dr. Jayson Calton and Certified Nutritionist Mira Calton’s new book, Rich Food, Poor Food.
Article from TheBoxMag.com By Bob LeFavi, Ph.D., CSCS, USAW. Bob is a professor of sports medicine at Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Ga. Regardless of whether you’re an experienced CrossFitter or a beginner, you know what those first few weeks felt like. You hurt! In fact, even now your days off feel oh so good. Experienced […]
Article from popsci.com By Kris Gunnars/ Authority Nutrition 1. Added Sugar Supplies a Large Amount of Fructose The reason added sugar (and its evil twin… High Fructose Corn Syrup) is bad for you, is that it supplies a very large amount of fructose. Sugar (and HFCS) are half glucose, half fructose. Glucose is essential and can be […]
Article from BreakingMuscle.com By Brad Sly, Contributor – Nutrition For years the most important meal of the day has been said to be breakfast, but I believe that to be wrong. I suspect most of the readers here could agree that with all the effort you put into your training that your post-workout nutrition just may be more […]
Article from Crossfit717 By Karen Polensky Form vs. Function: How Much Does Body Composition Matter? How much does body composition (aka body fat percentage) really matter? That depends on what your goals are. I know, I know…you hear that from me a lot. But it’s true! On the high end, excess body fat is linked with […]