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  1. Creatine Supplementation for Sports and Performance CEU Module – EAS Academy

    Take a close look at the evidence supporting the use, safety and efficacy of creatine supplementation for sports and performance. With this module, you will gain a better understanding of the role of creatine in the body, the pathway it follows and the potential benefits for athletes.

  2. 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...

  3. Why Breakfast Is the Most Important Meal of the Day | EAS Academy

    Why Breakfast Is the Most Important Meal of the Day
    It is quite clear that nutrition can have a major impact on...

  4. Intermittent Fasting Scientific Evidence | EAS Nutrition Research

    The Scientific Evidence Surrounding Intermittent Fasting
    Purpose of Intermittent Fasting
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  5. 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...

  6. Carbohydrates in Exercise and Recovery - Simplified Version

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

  7. 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...

  8. 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...

  9. Endurance Exercise: Fatigue and Recovery

    You know the feeling after a tough endurance session: you are hot, very sweaty, out of breath, flushed, and exhausted. Importantly, a nutritious post-workout meal will help your body not only recover, but be stronger than it was...

  10. Protein Content Mismeasurement | EAS Nutrition Research

    Bad Math: Some Protein Powders Don’t Deliver on Promises
    We need to clarify the proper way protein levels should be measured and reported.
  11. Vegetarian Diets For The Physically Active Individual | EAS Academy Research

    Vegetarian Diets For The Physically Active Individual
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  12. Resistance Exercise: Fatigue and Recovery

    You know the feeling after a tough lifting session: you are hot, sweaty, and those three stairs to the parking lot look insurmountable. Importantly, a nutritious post-workout meal will help your body not only recover, but be stronger than it...

  13. Smoothie recipes to aid in exercise recovery and lean muscle development

    The combination of protein and carbohydrate in the post-exercise period is key to helping muscles recover after exercise. Here are a whole bunch of smoothie recipes to get your carbohydrate and protein in delicious and creative ways!

  14. Overreaching And Overtraining | Importance of Nutrition – EAS Academy

    A consistent goal of training athletes is to provide training loads that are effective in improving performance while at the same time avoiding injury and burnout. During this process athletes may go through several stages within a competitive season of periodised training. These phases of...

  15. Adult Recovery Nutrition | Recovery Nutrition for Athletes – EAS Academy

    Why is muscle recovery so important? Strenuous exercise can cause physical damage to muscle and feelings of soreness after exerciseRapid supply of nutrients to recovering muscle can:Speed healing of damageReplenish the muscle’s stored fuels: carbohydrate...

  16. Optimal Performance Nutrition and Recovery Nutrition from EAS Academy

    Fundamental to any discussion about human health and performance is the recognition of proper nutrition as a platform from which to build upon and optimize one’s overall quality of life across the lifespan.  Children and adolescents require proper nutrition and adequate energy intake...

  17. Maximizing Post-Exercise Recovery with Carbohydrate plus Protein: How and Why It Works

    The critical role of proper post-exercise nutrition has been well established through decades of scientific research and practical application. While the importance of carbohydrate intake has been well documented, recent investigations have demonstrated the effectiveness of carbohydrate plus...

  18. Muscle Recovery Nutrition | Youth Nutrition | Kid Nutrition – EAS Academy

    Why is muscle recovery so important? Strenuous exercise can cause physical damage to muscle and feelings of soreness after exerciseRapid supply of nutrients to recovering muscle can:Speed healing of damageReplenish the muscle’s stored fuels: carbohydrate...

  19. Recovery Nutrition for the Tactical Athlete (video presentation)

    Dr. Steven Hertzler, PhD, RD, Sr. Research Scientist with Abbott Nutrition and the EAS Academy, talks about nutritional strategies addressing 4 key areas of muscle recovery from intense physical activity. He also talks about the Unstoppable Tour and about the EAS Academy.

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