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*The nutrition information in this report is provided as an information resource only. The report does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment suggestions. It should not be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. Please consult a nutritionist or other qualified healthcare provider for guidance and before making any decisions based on the information in this report. Food sources of nutrients listed are for informational purposes only and may conflict with certain individual dietary restrictions. We hereby disclaim responsibility and will assume no liability for any damages, loss, or injury as a result of your reliance on the information in this report. Results may vary.
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INTAKE vs. NEEDS
Exercise alone is 3.5x less effective than exercise + dietary interventions for achieving weight change goals. That is the difference between 7lbs and 24lbs lost in 4 months.
(Miller et al, 1997)
Diets high in total and soluble fiber can reduce LDL-Cholesterol up to 7%.
Nutrition counseling can
reduce % daily calories
from Saturated Fat by
(AND EAL, 2011)
Increased consumption of whole foods + proper macronutrient distribution can speed muscle recovery by 26%, reduce soreness & limit the depression of the immune system following exercise.
(McLeay et al, 2012; Flakoll et al, 2004; Bounous et al, 1991)
Needs based on IOM RDA/AI, WHO, USDA Food Patterns, Mifflin-St. Jeor, Harvard MyPlate Recommendations