The Precision Nutrition Level 2 Certification Master Class: Frequently Asked Questions.

The Precision Nutrition Level 2 Certification Master Class: Frequently Asked Questions.

On Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 we’re opening registration for the Precision Nutrition Level 2 Certification, designed specifically for Level 1 students and graduates who realize that knowing all about the science of nutrition is never enough. Part master class, part grad program, part mentorship, it’s the only course in the world designed to help you master the art of nutrition ...

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Your perfect body game plan for 2018

Your perfect body game plan for 2018

Marius Bugge Let’s not kid each other: as much as we hit the gym to feel awesome, live longer, compete with our buddies, relieve stress, and, of course, have a damn good time slinging giant pieces of steel, it doesn’t hurt that working out makes us look damn good, too. Which means that, if you’re a guy seeking to round out ...

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How to Grow Nasturtiums

How to Grow Nasturtiums

By Dr. Mercola More than just a colorful flower that is easy to grow, nasturtium is valued as a tasty, edible plant known for its peppery tang. As the name suggests, you can be “nasty” to nasturtiums because they do well in lean soil and thrive when somewhat neglected. Whether you are looking for nasturtiums to add color to salads ...

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Friday Faves

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Hey hey! Happy Friday! Hope you’ve had a great week. I’m so excited for this weekend because we’re packing up the crew and heading to Disney! We had Easter here at home last year – we had just moved back to Valdosta! – but figured that this year we might as well make a little vacation out of it. We ...

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Chronic pain and childhood trauma

Childhood trauma

Recently a journalist colleague of mine put out a call for quotes from those who suffer from severe premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual dysmorphic disorder (more commonly known as PMS and PMDD, respectively) who also suffered a history of childhood abuse. Her interest was piqued by a 2014 peer reviewed article that appeared in the Journal of Women’s Health linking the ...

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Do Low-Carb Diets During Pregnancy Increase the Risk of Birth Defects?

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I’m constantly inundated with concerns over the latest media headlines. Last month, a study titled “Low carbohydrate diets may increase risk of neural tube defects” was published in the journal Birth Defects Research (1). Media sources picked up the story: Women with low carbohydrate intake are 30 percent more likely to have babies with neural tube defects, when compared with ...

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Submit a Comment on the USDA Dietary Guidelines

Submit a Comment on the USDA Dietary Guidelines

Change is in the air. As the rest of the country engages in the same old partisan bickering about how best to rearrange the Titanic’s deck chairs, we have a chance to redirect course and avoid the iceberg. The USDA is considering some major changes to its dietary recommendations, and they’ve put out a call for comments from the public—an unprecedented ...

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3 Ways Highly Successful People Handle Self-Doubt

3 Ways Highly Successful People Handle Self-Doubt

Think about the last time you felt fear and anxiety take control of your day. Maybe it stopped you from speaking up in a meeting because you felt like your opinion wasn’t worthwhile. Perhaps a simple email took you hours to write because your inner-critic kept telling you it wasn’t good enough — that you weren’t good enough. Despite a ...

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