Monthly Archives: January 2014

Yet another reason to lace up your sneakers this winter. Can you run away from the common cold and flu?

By: Liz Canepari M.S. Candidate Nutrition & Exercise Physiology Teachers College, Columbia University As we all know exercise has many health benefits that are discussed day in and day out.  To name a few, exercise helps to control our weight,

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN OLYMPIC ATHLETE

A Day In The Life Of An Olympic Athlete By Natalie Rizzo  Everyone knows that becoming an Olympian is no small feat, and that these athletes spend the majority of their time training and eating.  What we don’t always think

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INTERNATIONAL SPORTS NUTRITION CONFERENCE, NY City November 4-5

Presented by Professionals in Nutrition and Exercise and Sports (PINES) in partnership with PowerBar and Nestle Nutrition Institute. Attendees and speakers from around the globe came to New York City on Marathon Weekend to advance PINE’S mission of excellence in

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IS WEIGHT GAIN INEVITABLE WITH MENOPAUSE?

It’s a common complaint:  “Once I reached menopause my metabolism dropped and I gained weight.”  It’s true that studies have shown that women typically gain about 1 pound and almost half an inch in their waists a year or 6

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RESOLVE TO KEEP YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION: 4 EASY TIPS

Resolve to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution: 4 Easy Tips By Natalie Rizzo It’s that time of year when everyone is making resolutions to lose weight and get in shape.  Most resolutions start with optimism and determination, but they are

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