Vitamin C

I remember my old swim coach always saying “You can’t OD on vitamin C”. They said this to try and encourage swimmers to take vitamin c supplements in hopes that it would keep the young athletes from getting sick. Is that how it works? Does more vitamin c mean better immunity? Does vitamin c even […]

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While we don’t usually say “Vitamin Choline”, this is still a vitamin, often classified with the B family. It’s list of benefits is long and might read like an infomercial for a wonder drug. *In my best infomercial impression “Choline helps with building cell membranes, and neurotransmitters. BUT THAT’S NOT ALL! It helps your liver […]

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Vitamin B12

So many of our vitamins are B’s! Too bad actual bees are declining, but that is a whole other can of worms! Speaking of worms, who likes to go fishing in the summer? If do you are a fish person, chances are that you a experiencing good levels of vitamin B12, otherwise known as cobalamin. […]

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Week 1-3 Recap

So I set off with the intention of sticking to a $60 a week food budget. This includes groceries, eating out, drinks, and snacks. I knew going into the first week that it would be challenging to stick to my budget while traveling to Las Vegas for the NSCA event. I did pretty good with […]

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Budget Challenge

So a few weeks ago I inquired on my facebook page if people would be interested in seeing how I could food prep on a $30 a week budget. Similar to the food stamp challenge where you only get to spend an average of $1-$1.25 a meal for 3 meals a day 7 days a […]

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Moving On

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending a coaches conference with some of the strength and conditioning coaches who work for the Utah Jazz. As part of Mark McKnown’s presentation, we watched film of Gordon Hayward from when he started with the Jazz, to his more recent highlights and accomplishments. The audience […]

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Vitamin B9

This one is important for soon to be or expecting moms. Vitamin B9, otherwise known as folate is common to see deficiencies in, even in the US. So if you are planning on making a jr. soon, make sure you read up on your folate! Now you might recognize this word sounds familiar. The synthetic […]

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Vitamin B7

Have you ever heard about the feared biotin deficiency that comes from eating egg whites? Well B7, otherwise known as biotin is a necessary B vitamin found in the yolks of the eggs. I have a little personal theory that if something is made whole in nature, you should eat the whole edible part of […]

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Vitamin B6

This is one of those vitamins that their is a finer line between not enough and too much. It has many important roles, many of them are the first step before other important things happen. So lacking B6 could set off a negative chain reaction in the body. One role it is involved in is […]

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Vitamin B5

So by now you should be getting a fairly clear picture that the B vitamins are so much more than just energy. Supplementing with a “B vitamin complex” might address some issues with energy production. However, I always suggest you monitor the following things first before considering spending money on an “energy pill”. Are you […]

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