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Carb-Loading – A Runner’s Best Friend

Running in the shadows of the Tetons, one of the most beautiful locations in the nation for the annual Grand Teton Relay, you will experience the beauty of open fields, majestic mountains, and starry skies. After months of dedication and consistent training, the last thing any runner wants is to hit the wall as they […]

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Healthy Meals and Snacks

Food is important. The food choices you make each day will not only affect your health today, but in the future as well. In recent years, there has been a significant increase in obesity, poor eating habits, and chronic diseases. However, most people are still unconcerned or unaware of how food affects their health—paying little […]

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What Does a Nutritionist Do?

Are carbs bad? What types of carbs are bad? Is LDL the good cholesterol or the bad one? What are the most heart-healthy foods — and do any of them come in ‘cool ranch’? Average Joes and Josephines ask questions like these because: A) They know health-conscious food choices are important, especially considering the potential […]

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Managing Your Mental Health

We all know that we need to put our health at the top of our to-do list. Eat right. Exercise often. And you’re done. Not quite yet. There is another component to your health that needs just as much attention. Your mental health. Long days at work, family problems and other everyday problems can sometimes […]

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We Put the ‘Diet’ in Dietician

Most of us feel like we have a handle on nutrition. Media force-feeds us fact after statistic after fact about what we should and should not be putting in our bodies. And it is pretty simple, right? Whole grains. Yes. Trans Fats. No. Sushi. Yes. But not too much on account of the mercury. Pasta. […]

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