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Study: Fad Dieting In Teens Has Reverse Effect

The University of Minnesota followed mesial school and high schoolers for ten years. They found that those who tried the "get fit petulant" method of dropping pounds actually did more harm then A-OK. Read the study here Alex Jones hasn't had the

Road Warriors: Watch Those Meal$ on the Go

Road Warriors: Watch Those Meal$ on the Go “I value the big thing is, people need to bring snacks with them wherever they go,” says dietician Jim Oyster-white of Virginia Beach, Va., spokesman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. “It's always notable to have snacks between meals.

How to survive a Minnesota winter

Keep your substance in check by starting the day with protein and fiber, advised Christina Meyer-Jax, a registered dietitian who teaches about nutrition at the University of St. Thomas. "We do not requisite simple carbohydrates for breakfast," she said.

Minnesota News Briefs: Two Mayo Clinic doctors killed in helicopter crash

Mayo Clinic dietitian Diane Dressel says "it's purposes easy to gain a pound, two pounds of body fat throughout an evening." Dressel says fetching a walk or just moving around in the party room is far better than eating and then sitting.

U Of M Grads Develop Drink To Curb Hangovers, Help Workout Recovery

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Let’s face it, most of us have been to a wedding or a party and had a little too much to drink.

That was the case for Revitalyte co-founder Adam Post the weekend of his wedding.

“My wedding afterparty, we all got on the bus, everyone was passing out electrolyte solution so we could all get up for brunch the next day,” Adam Post said.

The company’s other co-founder, Ryan Leonard, says his ah-ha moment came after the ball dropped in 2017. He realized those new year’s hangovers were not going away like they used to in his early 20s.

“My girlfriend wasn’t feeling too hot and I wasn’t either,” Leonard said. “I was trying to figure out a way to make her feel better.”

The two friends got to work last year, soon finding a vendor to develop their electrolyte solution.

“It took a lot more time to get off the ground than we thought,” Leonard said.