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Interview: Deanna Busteed MS, RDN, CSSD

As a performance nutritionist at a large university, Deanna tells us about practical aspects of implementing nutrition advice for athletes.


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Other Articles in Issue #27 (January 2017)

  • Low-carbing for endurance: the oxygen problem
    You might have seen more low-carb endurance athletes popping up in the past few years. This trial tested a ketogenic diet in world-class athletes, compared to two different carb regimens.
  • Can giving infants egg powder prevent allergies?
    We've previously covered ground-breaking research on preventing peanut allergies in infants. This new study takes the same basic idea, and tests it with egg introduction and development of allergies.
  • Boost your immune system with … fiber?
    Eat your veggies: the oldest dietary advice in the book. But what happens when you don't eat veggies, or any fiber? This rodent study looks into what might happen to your gut.
  • Interview: Melanie Jay MD, MS
    Everyone knows obesity is a major public health issue, but what are the best ways for primary care doctors to treat it? Melanie is a researcher who studies these issues in depth.
  • A non-traditional use for probiotics: illness in athletes
    With the gut being so important for immune health, it's no surprise that trials are starting to look at probiotics for common illnesses. This one looked at a probiotic blend to help combat colds and related conditions.
  • Does resistant starch impact the poop of healthy adults?
    If you've ever eaten a potato that's been cooked and refrigerated, then reheated, you've eaten resistant starch. Aside from impacting your gut bacteia, will this starch affect your poop?
  • Milking more benefit from dairy: A2 milk and glutathione
    We’ve written about A2 milk before, comparing it to A1/A2 milk for GI symptoms. Turns out that the powerful antioxidant glutathione may also be affected by which milk you drink