Staying physically active is always a good idea. But, just like anything else, too much can be a bad thing. “I have clients come in and tell me that they’re exercising so much, but still can’t lose weight,” says Margaux Harari, MS, RDN, registered dietitian and sports nutritionist in New York City.
Topping the list this year was the Mediterranean and DASH diets for the top spot. While these are great options for the average person, there is more to keep in mind when you are an avid runner. RunSmart recently spoke to sports nutritionist Margaux Harari, MS, RD, CDN of Pure Nutrition to get her take on what the best diets are for runners at different levels.
There are many brews out on the market today that label themselves tea, but traditionally only white, green black and oolong teas are considered the real thing. They all contain unique antioxidants called flavanoids, which help our bodies prevent disease and contribute to our overall health. Registered Dietitian Margaux Harari from New York City’s Nutrition Energy gives us even more potential benefits of tea.