YourFitnessDietitian

Nutrition tips & recipes for your

baby, infant, newborn

Sleep Well and Prosper

guest post by Winthrop University Nutrition Graduate student, Lawson Harris Are you getting enough sleep on a consistent basis?  Do you prioritize sleep?   If you don’t, I get it.  It’s hard to get that uninterrupted

health, cure, vitamins

The Mighty Multivitamin

guest post by Winthrop University undergraduate nutrition student, Chelsea Seawright Have you ever taken Multivitamins? If so, why did you start and are you still taking them? Or have they been hiding in your medicine

slimming, diet, health

My Thoughts On New Year’s Diets: W.T.A.F.

Happy New Year! YOU get a diet, and YOU get a diet, and YOU get a diet! Everyone gets a diet! It’s that time of year again. Can you smell it in the air? That’s

christmas, decoration, holiday

Goal Adherence for the Holidays

guest post by Zach Scott, nutrition student at Winthrop University It’s that time of year again! The weather is getting colder, holiday music is on every radio station (relentlessly), you may be scrambling to organize

santorini, greece, buildings

The Mediterranean Diet – What’s All The Hype?

Guest blog by Winthrop University student, Zachary Scott We all want to live longer, healthier, higher quality lives. However, those of us who live in America and much of the western developed world have seen

people, woman, girl

Common Health Mistakes You’re Probably Making

Guest blog by Your Fitness Dietitian intern Amanda LaPorte. Follow Amanda on Instagram. Do you feel like you have been doing all the “right” things but are still underperforming? Maybe you are getting injured more

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Nutrition for Muscle Growth

Guest post by Winthrop University nutrition student, Zachary Scott Picture a stereotypical healthy physique. What comes to mind? Healthy is a very subjective term, but the majority of us would envision an athletic, muscular physique.

ibs, probiotic, gut

Your Gut Microbiome – Ever Think About It?

Guest blog post by Winthrop University Nutrition Intern, Zachary Scott Go ahead and place your hand on your tummy. You may feel a little rumble if you have skipped breakfast, or a little distention if

hourglass, time, hours

Intermittent Fasting – Advantage or Detriment to Your Workouts?

Guest blog contributed by Your Fitness Dietitian intern Amanda LaPorte. You can find Amanda on Instagram at @theflexing_flexitarian Tired of seeing fad diets everywhere? Yeah, me too. As tiring as it might be to see everything getting

sweaty runner

Tips for Running in the Summer Heat

If you’re a runner, you know that the first thing you check before heading out for a run is the weather. Is it raining? Is it hot? What’s the humidity? And if you’re a seasoned

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