190719 Boost your Muscle Mass Author: Linda Kees, Linda J. Kees, RDN, LD, CNSC Besides working out hard and lifting weights, is there something you can do nutritionally to increase your muscle mass? Yes there is! Recent research in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has shown that young men who drank fat-free milk soon … Continue reading 190719 Boost your Muscle Mass
170719 Grandchildren and exercise part 1 of 2 When I was a child we walked up hill both ways to school, toiled in the fields until dark and then carried candles so we could see what we were doing out there…Yeah you bet that’s how I grew up. I did do my share of pitching … Continue reading 170719 Grandchildren and exercise part 1 of 2
160719 Risk reduction of cognitive decline and dementia INTRODUCTION Dementia is a rapidly growing global public health problem. Worldwide, around 50 million people have dementia, with approximately 60% living in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). Every year, there are nearly 10 million new cases. The total number of people with dementia is projected to reach … Continue reading 160719 Risk reduction of cognitive decline and dementia
I have known Will for a number of years, not as a personal friend, but as a respected trainer in the field of strength and conditioning. He has a lengthy resume, as can be seen by reading his bio. Who Is Will Brink? I have been a writer for over two decades and have been … Continue reading Introducing Will Brink
140719 Nutrition can be quite simple, given a chance by Glenn Cardwell One favourite way of getting an answer to a nutrition and health question is to gather all the most recent published studies, put them in a data melting pot, and see if you can extract a “truth”. One review did this recently and found pretty … Continue reading 140719 Nutrition can be quite simple, given a chance by Glenn Cardwell
120719 Health Check: are saturated fats good or bad? By Dr Rosemary Stanton OAM Rosemary Stanton is a Friend of The Conversation. Author: Rosemary Stanton Nutritionist & Visiting Fellow, UNSW Disclosure statement Rosemary Stanton does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this … Continue reading 120719 Health Check: are saturated fats good or bad?
https://videopress.com/v/ft4hyFmk 100719 The pendulum Rotator cuff exercise The four rotator cuff muscles are part of a complex group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. These four muscles include the Supraspinatus muscle, the Infraspinatus muscle, Teres minor muscle, and the Subscapularis muscle, sometimes referred to as the SITS muscles, for obvious reasons. Since … Continue reading 100719 The pendulum Rotator cuff exercise
100719 Introducing Glenn Cardwell I want to take a moment and introduce Glenn Cardwell, a highly respected RD from Australia. He is a no holds barred nutritionist with common sense advice that has influenced my eating habits for over 10 years. Danny M. O’Dell Welcome There is so much conflicting advice about nutrition and health. … Continue reading 100719 Introducing Glenn Cardwell
090719 Introducing Linda J. Kees, RDN, LD, CNSC Here is another excellent source of dietary/nutritional information, Linda Kees, Registered dietitian nutritionists (RDN), Licensed Dietitian LD, Certified Nutrition Support Clinician®(CNSC®) She has helped me out with invaluable dietary/nutritional articles over the past 8-9 years. I am glad she once again has consented to help out. … Continue reading 090719 Introducing Linda J. Kees, RDN, LD, CNSC
090719 We asked five experts: is vegetarianism healthier? March 3, 2019 2.14pm EST Vegetarianism is on the rise in Australia, as many vegetarians will gladly tell you. While many people who eschew meat products do so for the sake of animals and the environment, we’re starting to learn more about the negative health effects of meat and the benefits from eating … Continue reading 090719 We asked five experts: is vegetarianism healthier?