composed by Dr. Doug Andersen
advertised to enhance athletic performances are
listed with their claims and my opinion based on research.
to Evaluate New Ergogenic Aids
Loading for Sports & Exercise
What to drink before, during, and after a competition.
What to eat before, during,
and after a competition.
Guidelines For Training
A table followed
by an explanation of how much protein, carbohydrate,
and fat one should consume depending on your goal.
minerals, herbs, and phytochemicals, which are antioxidants or
are involved in reactions that reduce the number of, or generation of
advertised to help weight loss are defined and reviewed.
I am proud of my guide to phytochemicals.
A revised version of my popular 1995 Table.
Acid Percentages of Vegetable Oils and Animal Fats
composed this table for my nutrition chapter in Scott Haldeman’s
Principals and Practice of Chiropractic, 3rd edition. I’ll bet
you cannot find a better one.
I made these tables for my chapter in Minerals Principals & Practice
3rd edtion. The one's in the book were reformatted by the editors. These
originals and (in my humble opinion) are way better.
Sweeteners, Part 1 - Sugar Alcohols
Volume 22, Number 15, 7/15/04, page 30
I define sugar alcohols and made a table of those most
commonly used in low carb and diabetic foods
Part 2 - Artificial Sweeteners
Volume 22, Number 17, 8/17/04, Page 40
Focuses on calorie free synthetic sweeteners, like Part 1 it
too includes a Table.
Glycemic Index of Selected Foods and Beverages
Dr. Andersen adapted this table from the comprehensive review
Foster-Powell et al.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Seafood
DC Volume 25, number 14, 7/02/07, pp. 14&18
Approximate amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids in commonly consumed seafood.
Includes the best animal and vegetable sources.
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