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Sachin Tendulkar says he didn't know the importance of nutrition when he started playing cricket
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Sachin Tendulkar says he didn't know the importance of nutrition when he started playing cricket

Firstpost - July 15, 2017

"In my younger days when I first started playing cricket, I did not know the importance of nutrition. Cricket being my first love, I was always rushing ...

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Matrunick Named Assistant AD for Performance Nutrition Services
GoPSUsports.com, New Hampshire - September 18, 2017

Matrunick will develop nutritional strategies essential to maximizing performance including enhancing and monitoring current nutrition resources and support, and develop and implement policies and protocols that ensure compliance with NCAA and Big Ten Conf

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Human Gut Germs Dictated by Diet
WebMD, New Hampshire - August 24, 2017

The rise in farming some 15,000 years ago dramatically changed the human diet, the researchers noted. And in just the last 100 years, people have become increasingly sedentary and less likely to consume fiber-rich whole grains, fruits and vegetables.

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Plant-based diet? Sure, but first understand what it means
Foster's Daily Democrat, New Hampshire - August 20, 2017

The concept of eating a âplant-basedâ diet is tossed around frequently, but it's a label that can be confusing. Some people shy away from the notion because they assume that plant-based is code for vegan. On the other hand, it's easy to think that

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'Lectin-free' the latest bad diet fad
Concord Monitor, New Hampshire - July 8, 2017

In the diet world, a new buzzword is emerging: lectins. Have you heard of lectins? Ten years ago, you probably hadn't heard of gluten, either. Going âlectin-freeâ is primed to become the next big thing in dieting, but this diet seems more fad than fact

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Can Coffee, Tea Protect the Liver From Bad Diet? - WebMD
WebMD, New Hampshire - June 13, 2017

These beverages may help guard against fatty liver disease, early research suggests

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