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Myth vs. Fact: Eat Less and Exercise More

Does eating fewer calories than how much you burn automatically equate to weight loss? This is the final installment of our mini-series on common nutrition myths where we’ll tackle the subject of how much food is necessary to fuel your exercise and activities of daily living.

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Myth vs. Fact: Pre/Post-Workout Supplements

What should you eat before and after your workouts? Many people consume workout supplements to help their bodies but is this the most effective way? This is part two of this month’s mini-series on nutrition myths. We’ll cover myths surrounding the subject of pre- and post-workout supplements.

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Myth vs. Fact: Workout Snacks

In this month’s mini-series, we will bust some common nutritional myths with regards to exercise. Read on to learn more about when and what an appropriate workout snack may be, pre- and post-workout supplements, and how much to eat to fuel your workouts.

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Uncomfortable Truths About Fitness

Everyone likes when they’re told what they want to hear; things stay nice and comforting that way. Being told what you need to hear versus what you want to hear can be a little unsettling, but it can be to your benefit. With an abundance of fitness information online, you’re bound to run across some […]

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The Truth About Dietary Myths: Supplements

If you follow the news, it will not take you long to come across a story about the latest unfolding of the truth about some dietary or nutrition myth, and it always seems to surprise people. Most information, if found in print, is taken as the truth. Yet, obviously this isn’t always the case. We […]

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