If you've been following the blog very long you may notice I often include cultured milk products like yogurt, kefir, and tzatziki. An article published in the International Journal of Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism c
The American College of Sports Medicine Health and Fitness Journal published a very interesting summary of current research on the use of the flavonoid quercetin (pronouced kwur-si-tin). Quercetin is a phytonutrient. It h
Ever wonder what the African distance runners are eating? Is it their diets that make them consistently strong performers? An interesting study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition to
Mmm, I love a good piece of dark chocolate. I have a piece or two of dark chocolate several days a week. Research published in The Journal of Physiology last month can put some of our chocolate loving guilt to rest.
When I read a blog post by Magda Lewy-Boulet earlier in the week I felt like she really described the way I feel about running as I get older. I now realize some of the little things I neglected before make a big impact o
There was a very interesting study published in the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance back in March. It looked at factors that influence drop out versus finishing a 100 mile race.
The study use