Tap into the Power of Healthy Eating! - Downloadable Podcast

Confused about the foods you should eat - organic vs. non-organic, sports drinks vs. water, "light" foods vs. regular foods?  If so, you're not alone.
What's the best way to eat for health and fitness?
Find out when you listen to Tina's interview with one of the nation's foremost experts on nutrition, weight loss and preventative medicine, Dr. David Katz. You'll learn simple ways to increase your energy and health, and decrease chances of disease and illness.

Vitamin D - Odds Are You Aren't Getting Enough

Vitamin D is the latest nutrient in the media spotlight, and for good reason.  Technically not a “vitamin,” vitamin D is in a class by itself.  Its metabolic product, calcitriol, is actually a hormone that targets over 2000 genes (about 10% of the human genome) in the human body.
Problems linked to vitamin D deficiency

Top Five Strategies for Eating Healthy when Eating Out

You don’t have to throw your health plan aside when you go to a restaurant. But you should know that restaurant food is often loaded up with fat, in the form of butter, oil, cheese and rich sauces. Fat, after all, is a flavor enhancer. It helps to have some strategies prepared ahead of time, before you head out to eat.
5 Strategies that Work

Outdoor Fitness – Top Sports Nutrition Myths

Sports Nutritionist Matt Fitzgerald shared his Top Sports Nutrition Myths with us on the Outdoor Fitness show, Sirius Satellite radio. In case you missed it, here’s a recap taken directly from Matt’s Blog site on You can also CLICK HERE to listen to the interview.

Are You Eating the Right Protein?

Not all protein is the same.
Even if you eat foods high in protein, you may still be missing something. Your body needs protein to build and maintain muscle, repair tissues, reproduce cells, hormone function and to strengthen your immune system. Protein is made up of amino acids. There are 22 amino acids involved in human nutrition. Your body can produce 14 of them, however, the remaining 8 amino acids must be supplied daily through the foods you eat.
Complete versus Incomplete Protein

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