New England Sports Mag :: Nutrition Competitor Socal nutrition articles. http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com Mon, 09 Feb 2009 00:27:28 +0100 FeedCreator 1.7.2 http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com/images/M_images/joomla_rss.png Powered by Joomla! 1.0 http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com Competitor Socal nutrition articles. Tackling Inflammation the Natural Way http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com/nutrition/tackling-inflammation-the-natural-way.html Whether you are a professional athlete or a fitness enthusiast, the muscle soreness and joint pain in the 12- to 48-hour time frame after a vigorous workout can serve as a major frustration. The good news is that this muscle pain often indicates a positive training adaptation that leads to greater stamina and strength. The bad news is that without proper management of the inflammation that accompanies muscle pain, recovery times are significantly slowed and the risk for overuse injuries is heightened. Mon, 05 Jan 2009 21:17:10 +0100 Juice for Your Joints http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com/nutrition/juice-for-your-joints.html For active types, flexible and healthy joints are key. Joint Juice can help you keep your body going. Joint Juice contains glucosamine, which studies have shown helps joints stay healthy, flexible and lubricated. The drink is available in two forms, both enhanced with glucosamine and vitamin C: the original Joint Juice ($1/bottle), a juice-based 30-calorie drink; and Joint Juice Fitness ($1.39/bottle), a lightly flavored water-based 10-calorie drink. Tue, 30 Dec 2008 11:06:41 +0100 Refuel to Recover http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com/nutrition/refuel-to-recover.html New CLIF SHOT ROKS make refueling after a workout simple with their easy pop-and-go protein bites. About the size of a grape, each piece contains two grams of natural milk-based protein that is easily digested to help quickly repair and build muscles. Thu, 18 Dec 2008 13:39:53 +0100 Learn to Cook Gluten-Free or Vegan http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com/nutrition/learn-to-cook-gluten-free-or-vegan.html If you thought you had to give up authentic breads and delicious dishes, think again. Two cookbook writers help us think outside of the box. Fri, 12 Dec 2008 13:21:47 +0100 The Truth about Muscle Recovery http://www.newenglandsportsmag.com/nutrition/the-truth-about-muscle-recovery.html Let's hear it from the experts. The New York Times weighs in on whether the magical four-to-one ratio of carbohydrates and proteins truly boosts athletic performance, or whether it is all hype. According to the specialists, true nutrition defies the recovery product industry. See http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/05/health/nutrition/05Best.html?ref=style Thu, 05 Jun 2008 16:47:21 +0100