Kick the Cold: Nutrition for Exercise-Induced Immune Depression

If you think the only focus of sports nutrition is to improve performance, think again. Keeping athletes healthy and able to compete is priority numero uno (no one cares how well you perform if you’re stuck on the sidelines), and when training gets tough, adequate nutrition becomes even more important. For normal, healthy individuals, regular … Continue reading Kick the Cold: Nutrition for Exercise-Induced Immune Depression

Skipping Breakfast Influences Energy Expenditure More Than Energy Intake

Skipping breakfast means less calories in your diet and that means more weight loss, right?? Wrong… for a number of reasons, one of which we’ll discuss here. While nutrient timing and even macronutrient distribution can have strong impacts on weight loss, lean mass retention, and avoiding plateaus and regains, weight loss still comes down to … Continue reading Skipping Breakfast Influences Energy Expenditure More Than Energy Intake