The Effects of Phosphorus in Cardiovascular and Renal Health
May 3, 2022

The Western diet is high in dietary phosphorus, partially due to added phosphorus, (i.e., phosphates) predominantly present in processed food products...

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How Your Canine Companion Affects Your Microbiome
January 14, 2016

We all know that we share genes with our biological parents and kids, but what about microbes? Studies find that families share skin, tongue, and gut ...

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Protein Requirements for Athletes & Gym Rats
June 5, 2014

A few decades ago, sports nutrition science were in their early infancy. Today, many science-based solutions are available in the form of functional f...

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Caffeine: Health Benefits, Side Effects & More
April 7, 2014

Over the past few months, I've noticed a lot of conflicting stories surrounding the safety of caffeine on the evening news. One day, it helps prevent ...

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Nutrition and Autism
April 3, 2014

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies are commonly experienced by individuals with autism. This is mainly because autism is also commonly associated with g...

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Vitamin D and Bone Health
January 14, 2014

Getting adequate vitamin D is essential for children, who need it to build strong bones, and for adults who need it to keep their bones strong and hea...

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