Tag: Healthy eating

  • 291017 Breakfast Power by Glenn Cardwell, part 2

    291017 Breakfast Power by Glenn Cardwell, Accredited Practising Dietitian Accredited Nutritionist part 2 Breakfast Not long ago I was asked to review the science on the benefits of breakfast for a cereal company. Although it is a common truism that “breakfast is good for you” I wanted to know if it remains good advice. So I
  • 221017 Breakfast Power by Glenn Cardwell part 1

    221017 Breakfast Power by Glenn Cardwell, Accredited Practising Dietitian Accredited Nutritionist part 1 I have communicated with and known Glenn for over 6 years now. He offers excellent advice and recommendations for healthy eating in an easily understood and  simple to follow manner. Danny M. O’Dell Breakfast Not long ago I was asked to review the
  • 151017 Avoid Breakfast Mistakes

    151017 Avoid Breakfast Mistakes You likely know breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Your athletes need fuel to perform in the classroom and in their sport. Encourage your athletes to eat breakfast but to avoid commons mistakes . Not Enough Protein – A bowl of cereal with low fat milk is good,
  • 081017 Are the bear claws you are eating making you as grouchy as a bear?

    081017 Are the bear claws you are eating making you as grouchy as a bear? Researchers at the University of California in San Diego have found a potential link between trans fat consumption and its effects on our behavior. They found that the fats commonly used in commercial baking and frying operations can make people
  • 040617 Determining Food Toxicity

    040617 Determining Food Toxicity  By Danny M. O’Dell In many cases checking the heart rate is a good indicator of the nervous system. For instance a quick test of overtraining is the pulse rate in the morning. If it is 10% above normal then this may illustrate the athlete is entering the pre-stages of over