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  • Resistant starch is good for the gut

    Resistant starch: The Key to Gut Health?

    By / December 10, 2015

    Resistant Starch: Understand it or Have a Broken Gut In the world of nutrition nothing ever seems to be simple. The topic of resistant starch is no exception. Whether considering high or low carb, Vegan or Paleo, there are many upsides and drawbacks to any approach.  As well as seemingly endless questions for which the… Read more

  • Protein

    Excess Protein Won't Help or Hurt You

    By / December 2, 2015

    Marketing science majorly influences people’s dietary habits of protein consumption.  In the world of strength training, more protein is often considered better.  Many upplement companies suggest mega doses (60 grams of protein 2x per day).  Studies have shown that most people can only process about 20-30g in a 2-3 hour window.    If a person… Read more

  • Sleep. How You Can Sleep Better!

    By / December 2, 2015

    Sleep is an often overlooked cornerstone to a healthy lifestyle. People tend to focus on diet and exercise. Often more/better sleep flies under the radar or is not prioritized on the pathway to health.  With our overstimulated lives and packed schedules, sleep is often the first thing sacrificed to accommodate life’s demands.  Have you ever… Read more

  • Food Politics gone wrong

    Food Politics. Still rotten.

    By / January 26, 2015

    This is a food politics rant post.  If you don’t like rants about food politics don’t read this post. Last week the government’s advisory committee on nutrition released their new suggestions. The basic summery is eat less meat and sugar.   The primary concern to eat less meat: the environment of course.   I like… Read more

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