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Pain and Inflammation due to Exercise and Overuse†


Find how to stay active and not let your exercise schedule be interrupted.

It’s hot. Maybe you’re working outside or on the treadmill creeping into mile 6. You need to stay hydrated. What should you reach for? An electrolyte packed sports drink? That new age energy drink? What about our good friend water? The debate continues.

We've all had the feeling - sometimes we use it as a way to know we've had a good, hard workout. But sometimes the stiffness and soreness resulting from occasional overexertion can slow us down from continuing on our intended fitness schedule. What do you do?

You know the basics for nutrition when you're working out - hydration, protein and carbs. But what about post-workout? Our muscles clue us in when we've overdone it, here's a few supplement options that can help keep you going.

If you’re not eating fish—and don’t plan to start—you can still reap the rewards of fish’s natural goodness.

Whether you’ve been an avid amateur athlete for some time, or you’re just trying to stay fit or get through projects around on the house over the weekend, you might begin to notice some real lag in your recovery time compared to just a few years ago.



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