Here’s why your eating habits may take a turn for the worse when you’re feeling anxious—and what to do about it. With the continual uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, it’s easy to get overwhelmed any time you read the latest news update. And while we know that the right nutrition strategies complement our hard work on […]
Written By: KIM PEARSON
As the weather heats up, there’s a new hurdle to derail your running: hay-fever season Just as the weather warms up, there’s a new hurdle to derail your running: hay-fever season. Be prepared by adding these natural antihistamines to your diet to keep the symptoms at bay: Probiotics We are increasingly aware of the role […]
Article added July 20, 2020 Categories Featured Nutrition, Nutrition, Nutrition Essentials, Vegetarian/Special Diets
Written By: MATTHEW KADEY, M.S., R.D.
Cauliflower rice and pizza crust aren’t going away anytime soon, but how could this trend affect your training? It’s no secret that cauliflower has been having a moment over the last few years as food manufacturers have discovered that those florets are remarkably adaptable and moldable. These days, cauliflower is used to make a variety […]
Written By: THE PREVENTION TEST KITCHEN
Say hello to your new go-to breakfast. For runners, getting enough protein in your diet is important. Protein can help with recovery and you’ll want to make sure your intake is enough to fuel your runs. Studies on protein requirements for athletes recommend intake around to 12-16 grams of protien powder per Kg of body weight. One way to […]
Written By: Matthew Kadey, M.S., R.D.
When replacing meat and dairy products with soy alternatives, can there be too much of a good thing? We looked at the science behind soy. Soy has become more widely adopted into some vegan and vegetarian diets. But, you also might’ve heard it can cause a plethora of problems including fatigue, digestive ills, weight gain, […]