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  1. Carbohydrates in Exercise | Exercise Recovery CEU Course from EAS Academy

    Carbohydrates are a major source of fuel for working muscles. This module takes an in-depth look at the digestion, absorption and metabolism of carbohydrates. After viewing, you will be able to describe how the body uses and stores carbohydrates and why this macronutrient is essential for...

  2. Intermittent Fasting Scientific Evidence | EAS Nutrition Research

    The Scientific Evidence Surrounding Intermittent Fasting
    Purpose of Intermittent Fasting
    ...

  3. Carbohydrates in Exercise and Recovery Advanced CEU Module – EAS Academy

    This advanced level module takes a deep dive into the science behind carbohydrates for sports performance.  This module will expand your knowledge of fuel utilization during exercise and the role glycemic index plays in activity and health. After viewing, you’ll also be able to...

  4. Carbohydrates in Exercise and Recovery - Simplified Version

    Carbohydrates: Definitions, digestion, absorptionProperties of carbohydrates: Considerations for sports performance Training Competition

  5. Pre-exercise Meal | Workout Nutrition | Recovery Nutrition – EAS Academy

    Consuming carbohydrate prior to exercise can help performance by "topping off" muscle and liver glycogen stores. Consuming carbohydrate during exercise can improve performance by maintaining blood glucose levels and carbohydrate oxidation. Finally, ingesting carbohydrate after...

  6. The Paleo Diet | EAS Nutrition Research

    The Paleo diet is one of the hottest nutrition trends. Learn the positives and the negatives regarding the nutritional science of the Paleo diet in this presentation.        

    Presented by Steve Hertzler, PhD, RD, LD of the EAS Academy Advisory...

  7. IMO syrup in nutrition bars: Not as guilt-free as we think.

    Isomalto-oligosaccharides in nutrition bars: Not so guilt-free.

    Nutrition bars that claim to have high amounts of protein but...

  8. Gluten-Free Diet | EAS Academy Research

    Part 2: Considerations for implementing a gluten-free diet in the absence of allergy or intolerance
    Gluten-free diets have become extremely popular in the last...

  9. Gluten Sensitivity | EAS Academy Research

    Part 1: Gluten sensitivity: The current state of the field
    There has been tremendous interest in gluten-free diets in the last decade, which has led to the...

  10. Training with Low Carbohydrate Availability | EAS Academy

    Training with Low Carbohydrate Availability
    It is generally accepted that optimal adaptation to repeated days of heavy endurance training requires a diet that replenishes muscle glycogen reserves (see the companion paper...

  11. The Importance of Carbohydrate Intake during Heavy Training | EAS Academy

    The Importance of Carbohydrate Intake during Heavy Training
    Exercise training completed with low-carbohydrate reserves, via strategically-timed deprivation of carbohydrate intake, has been the topic of...

  12. How to Follow a Gluten Free Diet | EAS Academy Research

    Part 3: Practical advice on how to follow a gluten-free diet
    Parts 1 and ...

  13. Carbohydrates for Athletes | Carb Loading | Adult Nutrition – EAS Academy

    Why are carbohydrates so important for athletes? Carbohydrates are the main source of energy in the diet.Carbohydrates are the fuel of choice for exercise at higher intensity levels over time.High carbohydrate foods like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are excellent...

  14. Youth Nutrition Carbohydrates | Carbohydrates for Athletes – EAS Academy

    Why are carbohydrates so important for athletes? Carbohydrates are the main source of energy in the diet.Carbohydrates are the fuel of choice for exercise at higher intensity levels over time.High carbohydrate foods like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are excellent...

  15. Carbohydrates – the High Octane Fuel for Exercise

    Adequate carbohydrate stores (muscle and liver glycogen and blood glucose) are critical for optimum performance during both intermittent high-intensity exercise (e.g. basketball and soccer) and prolonged endurance exercise (e.g. marathon, Olympic distance triathlon). During high-intensity...

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