Undergrad Nutrition and Exercise Physiology degree earns initial accreditation

Undergrad Nutrition and Exercise Physiology degree earns initial accreditation

Washington State University’s Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology was awarded initial accreditation for its bachelor of science in nutrition and exercise physiology degree program by the Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences, under the auspices of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. NEP, which is part of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, is the first exercise science program to be accredited by Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences…

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JMH exercise physiologist certified in cardiac rehab

JMH exercise physiologist certified in cardiac rehab

WELLSVILLE — Jones Memorial Hospital Exercise Physiologist and Cardiac Rehab Lead Devin Matthews is now a Certified Cardiac Rehabilitation Professional after successfully completing the coursework and exam from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. This is a three-year certification. After graduating from the College of Brockport Exercise Physiology program, Matthews joined the rehab team at JMH. His current responsibilities include the management of the cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs. Cardiac Rehabilitation is designed…

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Difference In Volume Of Exercise Versus Intensity Of Exercise On Physiology And Behavior

Difference In Volume Of Exercise Versus Intensity Of Exercise On Physiology And Behavior

Published by Lisa S. Robison Department of Psychology, Stony Brook University, 100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY These findings are described in the article entitled The effects of volume versus intensity of long-term voluntary exercise on physiology and behavior in C57/Bl6 mice, recently published in the journal Physiology & Behavior (Physiology & Behavior 194 (2018) 218-232). This work was conducted by Lisa S. Robison, Dominique L. Popescu, Maria E. Anderson, Steven I. Beigelman, Shannon M. Fitzgerald, Antonina E….

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Everyone Needs To Read Celeb Nutritionist Rashi Chowdhary’s Advice On Cheat Meals

Everyone Needs To Read Celeb Nutritionist Rashi Chowdhary’s Advice On Cheat Meals

A healthy diet is essential for a healthy life and there’s no reason for anyone to doubt that. It’s important that we give up on junk foods and excessively sugary or salty foods in order to keep our blood sugar levels and blood pressure under check. However, an excessive obsession with eating healthy may become troublesome and may lead to a lot of stress and anxiety. A lot of people are becoming paranoid about their…

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Think your salad is healthy? Here’s how hidden calories can affect your diet

Think your salad is healthy? Here’s how hidden calories can affect your diet

People often think of a diet as a specific weight-loss plan, but diet is simply the types and amount of food we eat. Even a salad can go from a diet meal to a full-blown diet disaster, with the additions of toppings like grains, cheese, and dressing. One dietician showed just how hard it can be to tell the difference. Australian dietician Paula Norris recently uploaded a picture of two seemingly identical salads on her…

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Clean Label on the Rise in Sports Nutrition Supplements

Clean Label on the Rise in Sports Nutrition Supplements

Photo © Shutterstock.com/itakdalee At the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, gold medalists from the Russian Federation didn’t wrap themselves in the Russian flag—literally or figuratively—as they stood on the podium, nor did they tear up to the stirring strains of the Russian national anthem. Instead, they received their medals under the neutral banner of the Olympic flag as the somewhat uninspiring Olympic anthem played in the background. That’s because once again, Russian competitors…

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A carb-rich diet intake may increase risk of cancer recurrence

A carb-rich diet intake may increase risk of cancer recurrence

WASHINGTON: Eating high amounts of carbohydrates and sugar during the year prior to treatment can increase the risks of head and neck cancer recurrence and mortality, a study has found. However, eating moderate amounts of fats and starchy foods such as whole grains, potatoes and legumes after treatment could have protective benefits, reducing patients’ risks of disease recurrence and death, said Anna E Arthur, a professor at the University of Illinois in the US. Researchers tracked the pre- and…

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Diabetes type 2 diet: Avoid eating this for breakfast to control blood sugar levels

Diabetes type 2 diet: Avoid eating this for breakfast to control blood sugar levels

Diabetes type 2 diet: Watch what you eat for breakfast to control blood sugar levels Diabetes symptoms can cause serious long-term health problems if left untreated or not treated properly. The longer you have diabetes, and the less controlled your blood sugar, the higher the risk of complications. Some of the complications can be disabling or even life-threatening. But the foods you choose to eat in your daily diet can make a big difference, whether you’re living…

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