You may be aware of the signs of more well-known eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, but chances are high that some of your clients could be struggling with another form of disordered eating called binge eating disorder, or BED. Learn the key features of BED and how you can avoid exacerbating your clients’ struggles and help them find the help they need to overcome this often-unrecognized disorder.Read More
Optimal Fuel Strategies for Performance
As a health and fitness professional, many of your clients turn to you for help in improving both performance and appearance. While many have suggested that a low-carb diet might allow the body to better use other macronutrients as fuel, research suggests there is a better way to support high-intensity exercise, the specific form of training that yields both performance enhancement and a more sculpted physique.Read More
What if everything you thought you knew about the glycemic index turned out to be wrong? What if all the scientists had it wrong, too? As it turns out, they did. Dr. Susan Kleiner sets the record straight on three common myths surrounding this frequently used measure of carbohydrate absorption—and how you can use this information to help your clients meet their health and weight-loss goals.Read More
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