It All Goes Back To Baseball: Nutrition Philosophy Learned From the Game

It’s Opening Day!  Another season begins. Don’t stop reading.  We promise this really is about nutrition.  We want to share what baseball has helped us learn in life and in turn, develop a practice philosophy which supports our clients on their journey to improved nutrition.   Full disclosure, we’re baseball fans and we root for the Phillies.  For us, the...
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Exercise Induced Period Loss: It’s Not Normal and Here’s Why

A well circulated, long-told tale in the female endurance sport community is that when training increases toward peak workouts, menstruation will stop. You see, the tale continues, a female athlete knows they are in supreme fitness when they lose their period, and it’s totally normal for a competitive girl to experience this. It’s great, after all, not needing to worry...
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Five Reasons Why It’s Hard to Eat Healthy and How Nutrition Counseling Can Help

Seems like we all know that eating a healthier diet has positive impact on our short-term and long-term health. Managing diabetes, reducing our cholesterol and blood pressure, and preventing weight-related medical complications are common reasons to consider improving diet. The question is, why don’t we take steps to make those diet changes? Years of helping clients answer that question has...
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