Podcast: Friday Happy Hour with David Jack

My guest today is the inimitable David Jack, “International Man of Mystery!” When people ask “what does David Jack do?” the answer is often “he’s David Jack!” In truth, however, David is a deep pool of fitness knowledge. His impact, though, is delivered through his intuition, experience, love, passion and willingness to go where many… Continue reading Podcast: Friday Happy Hour with David Jack

Podcast: Five Weight Loss Diets (and One Diet Trend) That Suck

Most people, at some point, would like to lose weight. Some people really want to lose weight! Some folks want to lose a lot of weight. If you are, or have been, one of these people, you’ve probably realized that losing weight in the modern world can be a challenge! You may even have thought… Continue reading Podcast: Five Weight Loss Diets (and One Diet Trend) That Suck

Snacking and Binge Eating: It’s the Brain’s Fault – Study

When you eat something super tasty, ever wonder why you really don’t want to stop even though you know you’ve eaten enough? Scientists at the UNC School of Medicine may have found the reason. In lab experiments, Thomas Kash, PhD, the John R. Andrews Distinguished Professor in the Department of Pharmacology, and colleagues discovered a… Continue reading Snacking and Binge Eating: It’s the Brain’s Fault – Study

Recipe: Not Your Caveman’s Chili

I love chili. I mean, who doesn’t? Yes, I get it. For a lot of people, chili is like soup. It’s something we make and eat during the cold winter months, but that goes away when the weather warms and the grills come out again. But if you’re eating on a ketogenic meal plan, chili… Continue reading Recipe: Not Your Caveman’s Chili

Recipe: Ham, Ricotta and Spinach Breakfast Casserole

Successful eating on any nutrition plan is largely dependent on preparation. Meal preparation, if we’re being specific. Cooking a breakfast casserole at the start of the week can defuse a lot of hazards that pop up during the week. Running late one morning? Breakfast is ready to reheat and eat! Need something portable that you… Continue reading Recipe: Ham, Ricotta and Spinach Breakfast Casserole

New Protein Guidelines for Track and Field Athletes

A review led by a sports scientist at the University of Stirling has set out new international guidelines for protein intake in track and field athletes. The findings of the paper form part of the updated International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) consensus statement on Sports Nutrition for Track and Field Athletes. Dr Oliver Witard,… Continue reading New Protein Guidelines for Track and Field Athletes

Serving Preschoolers Bigger Portions Trains Them to Eat More

Preschoolers may not be as good at resisting large portions of everyday foods as was previously thought, according to Penn State researchers. In a study, the researchers examined whether children between the ages of three and five were susceptible to the portion size effect — the tendency of people to eat more when larger portions… Continue reading Serving Preschoolers Bigger Portions Trains Them to Eat More