Cardner: Nutrition 101

In Nutrition 101, Dr. Tricia Cardner discusses one of the major pillars of peak performance: nutrition. She explains how what we eat impacts many brain functions and how it is related to depression, anxiety and lack of focus. Dr. Cardner covers the major culprits in the standard American diet and presents evidence-based suggestions for better foods.

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Moderation In Moderation


  • Devin DinglerDevin Dingler Red Chipper Posts: 1 ✭✭
    I am currently reading Good Calories, Bad Calories by Gary Taubes. He is a respected science journalist who really exposes all of the bad science, money , and politics behind the current norms for nutrition guidelines. But it's a thick read so if you want the short version, catch Fat Head the movie and blog post by Tom Naughton. The bottom line, per these guys, is that good fats are good for the brain whereas sugars and processed carbs are, well, not.

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