High Altitude and Athletic Training

The underlying problem with high altitude (>2000 m) is that there is less oxygen and while this may not be that threatening to individuals at rest it does pose a challenge to athletes. Of course for the pure anaerobic events no adaptation is required so this...

Low on Energy? Check Your Iron

By Rebecca Scritchfield, MA, RD, LD Sports Nutritionist And Acsm Health Fitness Specialist March/april 2009 For The Washington Running Report There are many reasons active people may feel low in energy, such as eating too few calories, not getting enough sleep,...

Iron in Diet

Iron is a mineral found in every cell of the body. Iron is considered an essential mineral because it is needed to make part of blood cells. Function The human body needs iron to make the oxygen-carrying proteins hemoglobin and myoglobin. Hemoglobin is found in red...

Health Benefits of Iron

http://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/minerals/health-benefits-of-iron.html The health benefits of iron mainly include carrying life-giving oxygen to human blood cells. About two-thirds of the bodily iron is found in hemoglobin. Other health benefits of iron are...
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