New study links supplementation of three mineral chelates with better aerobic performance

The study’s sample population—physically active women who train recreationally for at least 120 minutes per week—may be a small niche, but “the current study does shows [that] aerobic exercise performance can respond to some type of increased micronutrient intake,”​ the researchers argued in their study​​, published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports 

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Nashville Eats: Gourmet Shopping

Food makes the best gift (in my humble opinion), because the recipient can eat it and enjoy it and be done with it, and you’re not contributing to further clutter in their lives. With that in mind, I thought now would be the perfect time to highlight some of my favorite Nashville shops to find 

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Legally Blonde – The Musical

Festival Theatre Edinburgh (venue) 27 November 2017 (released) 16 h Meet Elle Woods, the not so dizzy blonde whose signature colour is pink and whose beloved pet Chihuahua ‘Bruiser’ should be referred to as family… as opposed to dog. When Elle decides to wave her rose-tint world goodbye and study law at Harvard University 

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Unilever said to be searching for new CEO

According to reports the UK’s Sky News, Unilever has already enlisted the help of headhunting consultancy Egon Zehnder International to begin the search for a suitable replacement. Impact and legacy​ Unilever’s choice to appoint Polman as CEO back in 2008 was a big change for the company, as the ex-Nestle boss was Unilever’s first-ever external 

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Is there a link between exercise, exhaustion and probiotics? Kent State researchers aim to find out

The award, totaling $248,000, will help researchers at the university’s Exercise Physiology Laboratories and the Psychology Department examine whether supplementation with a probiotic-containing beverage is protective during exercise in a hot environment through a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. “Our primary interest in this project has come from examining the psychological, inflammatory and performance effects of 

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Bourbon Delight Bars

A bourbon ball is a classic no-bake holiday recipe, and, chances are, your grandmother probably had a recipe for them. The homemade versions are most often a mix of chocolate, cookie crumbs and bourbon, sometimes with nuts and sugar or other ingredients mixed in. I’ve also seen commercial bourbon balls that have a creamy bourbon-infused 

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Lutein is ready for a DRI, according to latest review of scientific literature

The body of research looking at lutein’s health benefits passed nine criteria to determine whether a bioactive is ready to be considered for DRI-like recommendations, argued researchers​​ from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Tufts University, and trade group Council for Responsible Nutrition-International (CRN-I). The nine criteria, developed by Dr Joanne R. Lupton of Texas 

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