Journal

21 Signs of a Successful Workout That Have Nothing to Do With Sweat or Soreness Cindy Kuzma • It’s not always easy to gauge whether you’ve had a successful workout—and that’s especially true if you’ve been finding yourself working out differently...
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Scott W. Tunis MD FACS  | Before we consider the answer to that question, we need to define the term “vitamin deficient”. Vitamin deficiencies can be absolute, wherein there is a complete lack of an essential vitamin in the diet...
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Diana Davis RDN, LDN, CDE • I often have conversations with athletes on the topic of recovery. In my profession as a sports nutritionist, this is a clear case of the benefits of “eating to recover” outweighing all other factors against...
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Scott W. Tunis MD FACS • Electrolytes, defined in the context of nutrition and athletics, are the dissolved minerals in our blood, sweat and urine which contain an electric charge.  They play critical roles in nerve conduction, muscle contraction, maintenance of...
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