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  1. Introduction to Basic Nutrition Concepts | CEU Courses from EAS Academy

    This module is a nutrition primer covering the macro- and micronutrients that make up the food that we eat, details on how calories are measured and where this all fits in national nutrition guidelines. Viewers will also gain an understanding of the scope of practice for nutrition professionals...

  2. Intermittent Fasting Scientific Evidence | EAS Nutrition Research

    The Scientific Evidence Surrounding Intermittent Fasting
    Purpose of Intermittent Fasting
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  3. Evidence-based sports nutrition and supplementation | EAS Academy

    Evidence-based sports nutrition and supplementation: a quick reference for making wise choices
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  4. 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...

  5. Vitamin D and Exercise| EAS Academy

    Vitamin D and Exercise
    Athletic performance is determined by multiple factors, including both genetic and environmental influences. The former have gotten significant attention recently with many questions still unanswered....

  6. 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...

  7. 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...

  8. 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...

  9. Cleansing: Detox for the body –Myths and Dangers| EAS Academy Research

    Cleansing: Detox for the body–Myths and Dangers
    Consumers are bombarded with claims...

  10. The Effect of Flavonols on Health and Exercise | EAS Academy

    The Effect of Flavonols on Health and Exercise
    What are flavonols?
    Flavonols are a non-nutrient, bioactive...

  11. 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...

  12. 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...

  13. 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.
  14. Vegetarian Diets For The Physically Active Individual | EAS Academy Research

    Vegetarian Diets For The Physically Active Individual
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  15. Healthy Snack Recipes | Snacking to Stay Fueled

    Athletes' and performance minded individuals need to stay fueled throughout the day to maintain muscle mass and stay on track with their healthy choices; however, figuring out what to eat and snack on can be confusing and intimidating. Giving clients and athletes simple guidelines and examples to...

  16. 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...

  17. 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 ...

  18. Facts & Myths About Artificial Sweeteners | EAS Research

    Facts and Myths about Artificial Sweeteners
  19. Nutrition and Energy Metabolism for Exercise

    Nutrition, Exercise, and Energy Metabolism: This presentation provides a review of how macronutrients such as carbohydrates and fats are used to produce cellular energy. Included within this is how exercise intensity changes the proportions of fat and carbohydrate that are used...

  20. 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...

  21. ESPN Sports Medicine Weekly Podcast | Sports Nutrition Research

    Listen to ESPN Sports Medicine Weekly as Dr. Keith Wheeler, Performance Nutrition R&D, Abbott Nutrition, and Dr. Brian Cole of Midwest Orthopedics discuss the latest sports nutrition trends, dietary supplements and how fitness enthusiasts can make nutrition work harder for...

  22. 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...

  23. Lipids: Role in Exercise and Recovery - Advanced

    This presentation features advanced information on the role of dietary lipids with regard to both overall health and considerations for athletes and active individuals. It includes the key terminology on the chemical structure of fatty acids, a review of lipid metabolism, and recommendations for...

  24. Lipids: Role in Exercise and Recovery - Rookie

    This presentations provides general information on the role of dietary lipids with regard to both overall health and considerations for athletes and active individuals. Recommended dietary fat intakes for athletes and the potential use of supplements like medium chain triglycerides and conjugated...

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