Four Unexpected Food Facts (via Healthy Benefits of Food)

Each day I designate about an hour to scour the web for useful information and research for personal growth as well as to share with others interested in health and fitness. There is a lot of crap out there these days and finding solid information can sometimes be difficult. Digging through all the garbage to come up with useful information can sometimes be a challenge, but in the end it’s well worth it.

There are some great pieces of information that can help you fine tune your workouts, nutrition and help you modify your lifestyle.

I came across this interesting article with four awesome food facts.

Four Unexpected Food Facts Eat fiber, avoid trans-fat, watch your glycemic load … you’ve got the basics down cold. But nutrition science can be wild and woolly, with more surprises than you might expect. Consider: 1. Mushrooms make vitamin D in sunlight. Most people are aware that the human body makes vitamin D in response to sunlight. Less known is the fact that mushrooms, even picked ones, can perform the same feat – which means that eating mushrooms that have been exp … Read More

via Healthy Benefits of Food

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About Rich Thurman III B.Sc, MA, CSCS, NSCA-CPT
Rich has a Bachelors of Science in Physiological Science from UCLA and a Masters of Sports Management from USF. He is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association, (NSCA) as a Personal Trainer (CPT) and Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is primary author of The Fitness Library and writes for various other publications, including the San Francisco Police Officer's Association. Rich is the founder of Xodus Fitness, which offers Fitness Consulting & Personal Training, Urban Body Transformation Bootcamps, Corporate Wellness. Rich also conducts Workshops and an annual lecture at the San Francisco State University Kinesiology Department. Please feel free to contact through any of the links below to inquire about professional services or opportunities.

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