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The Protein Shift: Plant-Based Options

Every day, you hear people talk about protein: "I've got to have some protein at lunch," "I didn't eat enough prote...

Lessons From An Organic Farm Tour

Here are a few inspirational nutrition lessons IDEA's editor in chief Sandy Todd Webster learned by visiting an organic farm.

Personal Trainers Collaborating With Allied Health Professionals

As personal trainers gain more professional stature with the allied medical community, they will need to know how to collaborate better with physical therapists, medical doctors and others. Here are s...

3 Top Coaching Tips for Trainers

The fitness and wellness industry is thriving, with an ever-blossoming array of classes, techniques and equipment. But how do fit pros win o...

What is Fueling the Boom in Yoga Teacher Training?

Yoga participation in the United States is at an all-time high. There are now 36.7 million American adults practicing yoga, up from 20.4 mil...

What Type of Exercise Helps Most With Sleep?

Encourage those you know who like group exercise to take a cardio (“aerobics/calisthenics”) or indoor cycling class, not only fo...

RECIPE FOR HEALTH: Got a Picky Eater? Try This Sandwich Mix and Match

Got a Picky Eater? Try This Sandwich Mix and Match

Canned Food–BPA Link Confirmed

A collaborative study by the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future and the Stanford Prevention Research Center has shown that eating can...

Exercise Cuts Diabetes Risk—New Stats!

Walking briskly or cycling for 150 minutes a week can reduce a person’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes by up to 26%, according to a new research review from University College London and the...

Group Training: Does It Stop Being Personal?

Most experts agree that small-group personal training (SGPT) increases business and keeps training affordable. While no number is set in stone, two to four people is the general rule. An emerging opti...

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