Monthly Archives: March 2011

Yearly Conference of South Carolina Athletic Trainers

Thanks again to Michelle Bensman, women’s soccer and rowing athletic trainer. She has informed me that I have been invited to be a keynote presenter at the South Carolina Athletic Trainers’ annual conference. The topic? Sports massage, of course!

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A healthy grilled cheese sandwich is no oxymoron

Why Goat Cheese is Good for You Goat cheese has about 80 calories and 6 grams of fat per ounce, compared to cow’s milk cheese, which has 100 calories and 10 grams of fat. It’s high in calcium, which strengthens … Continue reading

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Northside Elementary’s 26.2 Club

It was my pleasure to speak to a whole passel of 6-10 year old children at Northside Elementary School this past week about what makes for good nutrition. Kudos to them for their work toward their very own marathon. The … Continue reading

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BodyBalance welcomes the US Women’s Rowing Team

The United States Women’s Rowing Team will be in Clemson for the next three weeks for practice. Once again, our thanks to the athletic trainers at Clemson for recommending BodyBalance to be the local massage therapists chosen to work on … Continue reading

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What is the nutrient content of my food?

Many people have asked us, “How do I find out what the vitamin and mineral content is in the food I am eating?” Glad you asked! We wanted to give you the following link: http://www.healthalternatives2000.com/vitamins-nutrition-chart.html This is a great chart … Continue reading

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Hold off the hunger with this!

Our friends at Shine have this little ditty to share: “Ever grab a snack but then feel hungry again 20 minutes later? Next time, reach for a banana. It’s loaded with Resistant Starch (RS), a healthy carb that fills you … Continue reading

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