Archive for the ‘Sports Nutrition’ Category

Stress, Panic and Self Care

In recent days, stress levels have raised to unprecedented levels across the country. As we face concerns, we must not let fear, panic, worry, discouragement, and isolation take over. I encourage…

Health Clues and Tips for Your Heart and Weight : Part II

Cardiovascular health is so much more than having the “right cholesterol numbers”. At the core of heart health, we need to be aware of healthy cholesterol and other risk factors.

Health Clues and Tips for Your Heart and Weight

Body measurements along with other key pieces of info can help gauge health risks with heart, blood sugar and weight management to empower you towards making healthier choices.

Oat Beta Glucan – Nature’s Heart Healthy Wonder

Fiber intake from wholesome foods and supplemental sources like oat beta glucan provide more benefits than you likely ever imagined.

Top 10 Health Stories of 2019

Current events, cutting-edge research, and delving deep into the literature this past year brought a great diversity in topics written for the Wellness Resources weekly newsletter.

Answers To Your Dr. Google Questions

Results were recently posted for the most popular questions asked to “Dr Google” in 2019. Here are some great resources to address some of these topics for you!

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Protein Bites Recipe

Try this delicious protein-packed recipe perfect for peanut lovers and chocolate lovers alike.

Enhance Exercise Performance with Q10 Ubiquinol

While there’s no doubt that regular physical exercise is beneficial for health, exhaustive exercise can lead to excessive free radical production. Discover the nutrient that will quench the free r…

Collagen Peptides Support Joints, Skin, and Muscle Structure and Function

If you feel like your body needs some repair work or it lacks the strength, flexibility, and structural integrity, consider upgrading your collagen status!

Excessive Sweating Is a Sign You Need More Antioxidants

Are you always hot or sweating? Do you sweat excessively with exercise? Heat intolerance is a sign of a metabolic struggle that results from inadequate antioxidant stores. Here’s why.