Brad Sly

Brad Sly

 

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Due to the demands of workouts, athletes are particularly susceptible to developing iron deficiency. This results in anemia. Read on for information on why iron is important and how to get enough.
Last week we looked at superfoods you could find in any grocery store. This week we go on an adventure at look at ten exotic, but incredibly powerful superfoods you might want to hunt down.
Superfoods don't have to be exotic. You can find some of the best right in your grocery store. Here's my list of the ten best foods for your health and fitness that you can buy on any shopping trip.
Sugar alcohols are everywhere. They are in a lot of our "healthy" foods, but there are some things you should know and some of you would do best to avoid them completely (or stay close to a bathroom).
It's possible to overeat even when it comes to healthy foods. Restaurants are serving us more and more, too. So how do you know how much you need and how much you burn? Here's the math.
You're shopping for an omega-3 supplement and you keep hearing about both krill oil and fish oil. Which should you take? Let's examine them both so you can make the best decision for your fitness.
Beetroot is packed full of nitrate, which our body turns into nitric oxide. NO is a known vasodilator. It improves endurance and performance and is a natural whole food. Read on for more details.
Do you know how to tell if you're hydrated versus dehydrated? Do you know all the ways it effects the body when you don't drink enough? Enhance your performance by drinking enough water!
Alright, so you know why you need good bacteria in your guts, and maybe you've determined your guts need some help - now what? Here are the Four Rs of getting your guts back in working order.