Cataracts are an eye condition that cause clouding or transparency with the lens of the eyeball.

Cataracts are an eye condition that cause clouding or transparency with the lens of the eyeball. Eyes, which are free from the condition, should be clear and have an abil... Read More

Resveratrol has been used in Asian cultures for many years for the purposes of treating heart problems, as well as disorders of the liver.

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“What if I never lose the weight…?”

Every so often I read something that deserves to be passed along to my audience. If you are fretting about not being able to lose the weight, please enjoy these words of wisdom adapted from Karen R. Koenig, M.Ed., LCSW. Karen is a psychotherapist and author of 7 books on eating and weight, including her […] The post “What if I never lose the weight…” appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion

Performance starts with fueling, not training! The best way to fuel for top performance seems to be a debatable topic these days. To keep on top of the sports nutrition science regarding food, exercise & performance, I look to SCAN, the Sports & Cardiovascular Nutrition practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). […] The post Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Recovery after a gym workout

Nancy, should I eat different recovery foods after I lift weights at the gym, as compared to after I do an hour of cardio Answer: After a gym workout, both lifting and cardio require similar recovery foods: carbohydrates to refuel depleted muscle glycogen and protein to build and repair muscles. The easiest way to recover properly […] The post Recovery after a gym workout appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Does fruit juice have too much sugar?

Dear Nancy, I am curious about your recommendation in your Sports Nutrition Guidebook  to drink fruit juice to gain weight.  I have never served my kids juice because of the sugar content.  I find that many of your other recommendations also seem to be fairly high in sugar—such as granola and flavored yogurt.  Is it ok […] The post Does fruit juice have too much sugar appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Clean Eating: What does that really mean?

This post is by guest blogger Anabelle Harari, nutrition student at Tufts University and aspiring dietitian. Clean Eating: A Food Fad Fueled by Fear When I searched the term for “clean eating” 720 million search results popped up in Google, including an entire publication dedicated to Clean Eating – Clean Eating Magazine. It’s no wonder […] The post Clean Eating: What does that really mean appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Sports Supplements: Buyer Beware?

  Definition of Sports supplement: A food, food component, nutrient, or non-food compound that is purposefully ingested in addition to the habitually consumed diet with the aim of achieving a specific health and/or performance benefit. The global sports nutrition supplement market (including sports foods, drinks and supplements) accounted for $28+ billion in 2016 and, with […] The post Sports Supplements: Buyer Beware appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


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“What if I never lose the weight…?”

Every so often I read something that deserves to be passed along to my audience. If you are fretting about not being able to lose the weight, please enjoy these words of wisdom adapted from Karen R. Koenig, M.Ed., LCSW. Karen is a psychotherapist and author of 7 books on eating and weight, including her […] The post “What if I never lose the weight…” appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion

Performance starts with fueling, not training! The best way to fuel for top performance seems to be a debatable topic these days. To keep on top of the sports nutrition science regarding food, exercise & performance, I look to SCAN, the Sports & Cardiovascular Nutrition practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). […] The post Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Recovery after a gym workout

Nancy, should I eat different recovery foods after I lift weights at the gym, as compared to after I do an hour of cardio Answer: After a gym workout, both lifting and cardio require similar recovery foods: carbohydrates to refuel depleted muscle glycogen and protein to build and repair muscles. The easiest way to recover properly […] The post Recovery after a gym workout appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Does fruit juice have too much sugar?

Dear Nancy, I am curious about your recommendation in your Sports Nutrition Guidebook  to drink fruit juice to gain weight.  I have never served my kids juice because of the sugar content.  I find that many of your other recommendations also seem to be fairly high in sugar—such as granola and flavored yogurt.  Is it ok […] The post Does fruit juice have too much sugar appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Clean Eating: What does that really mean?

This post is by guest blogger Anabelle Harari, nutrition student at Tufts University and aspiring dietitian. Clean Eating: A Food Fad Fueled by Fear When I searched the term for “clean eating” 720 million search results popped up in Google, including an entire publication dedicated to Clean Eating – Clean Eating Magazine. It’s no wonder […] The post Clean Eating: What does that really mean appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Sports Supplements: Buyer Beware?

  Definition of Sports supplement: A food, food component, nutrient, or non-food compound that is purposefully ingested in addition to the habitually consumed diet with the aim of achieving a specific health and/or performance benefit. The global sports nutrition supplement market (including sports foods, drinks and supplements) accounted for $28+ billion in 2016 and, with […] The post Sports Supplements: Buyer Beware appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


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