Creating Hearty Meals with Autumn Veggies

When the days grow cooler and the nights fall earlier, eating food that feels warming to the soul and nourishing to the body tends to come to mind. So it’s not surprising that for many, the idea of a crisp, light salad or a chilled veggie plate isn’t exactly the most alluring idea for a […]

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It’s National Pumpkin Day!

What’s orange and round and making an appearance all over the place at this time of year? Yup, you guessed it; we’re talking pumpkins today in honor of National Pumpkin Day! Whether you carve them, eat them, or even use them for a DIY beauty treatment, this seasonal squash is quite the useful plant to […]

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Massage Right After Marathon?

You did it! You crossed the finish line! Whether it’s your first attempt at running 26.2 or you’re a seasoned marathon veteran, going the distance and breaking the tape under the clock is a feeling like no other. As soon as you’ve stopped running, there are several things to do right away, both to tend […]

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Deep Water Running

Wondering how hitting the pool differs from dry land? Any runner who’s either been temporarily sidelined due to injury or has worked with a coach who sees the value of utilizing different running surfaces has likely at least heard about water running. As someone who absolutely loves running more than any other sport, I will state […]

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Do You Really Need Different Shoes for Different Sports?

Athletic footwear shouldn’t be regarded as one size fits all.   Not only is the perfect shoe going to be different from person to person, it’s going to vary based on activity. Running shoes have come a long way from their humble inception back in the 1920s when seven time Boston Marathon winner Clarence deMar […]

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Common Running Injuries

Plantar fasciitis, runner’s knee and shin splints, just to name a few; if you’re a runner, chances are that you’ve sustained one of these common running injuries or know someone else who has. Rather than jumping the gun and assuming that having knee pain or a sore ankle has to mean an abrupt halt to […]

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Nitric Oxide for Distance Running

Being amongst the half million marathon runners in the US (2013 was a record year for the classic distance with more than 1,100 marathons run across the country generating 541,000 finishers with a breakdown of 57% men and 43% women)[1], I like to keep up on new trends and developments in the performance side of […]

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World Food Day

World Food Day is celebrated every year around the world on 16 October in honor of the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945.  The day is celebrated widely by many other organizations concerned with food security, including the World Food Programme and the International Fund […]

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Top Five Reasons to Eat Organ Meats

“You Want Me to Eat Guts? I can’t eat guts. That’s gross.” Sadly, this is often the response when I suggest to a new client that they incorporate organ meats. Admittedly, I used to feel the same way but when I think about it now, it makes little sense.  With the exception of religious beliefs […]

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