A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, who has a passion to help individual’s live their best life. Sheryl manages social media sites for food companies, writes freelance articles, and is available for product reviews and public speaking engagements.
Exercise in the absence of oxygen is anaerobic. Exercise in the absence of adequate iron intake is just plain foolishness. However iron poor blood is the most prevalent deficiency found in athletes, especially women and endurance runners. Iron is a… Read More ›
Bone density is maximized by age 30. Building strong, healthy bones is of primary importance in children and young adults, and maintaining those stores is important throughout adulthood. Athletes often meet key characteristics for keeping bones strong which include regular… Read More ›
The average American consumes between 4000-5000 mg sodium per day, far exceeding the <2300 mg sodium recommendation. Many healthcare practitioners and self-help articles recommend that people cut out the table salt to help remedy this excess. However, this might not… Read More ›
Knowing your sweat rate should not be dismissed by athletes as being over rated. A minor level of dehydration causes a measurable decline in performance and endurance. Injury rates increase and your training doesn’t yield the biggest bang for the… Read More ›