http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/10/nyregion/new-york-city-health-board-approves-sodium-warnings-on-menus.html?_r=0 I was watching The Late Show with Stephen Colbert when he mentioned in his monologue how NYC was going to start putting warning labels on their food. This instantly caught my attention. Just when I thought we might be getting somewhere I heard that the warning label would appear for products with high sodium […]
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When it comes to improving body chemistry as it pertains to blood sugar and insulin, Training and Exercise is king. The secret to indulging on foods that do not regulate blood sugar well is simple, work hard first. The quickest way to immediately improve your insulin sensitivity is to train at a high intensity that […]
Fact 1 Glucose and Carbohydrates are different things – Many healthcare professionals simply do not understand the difference between the Macro-nutrient: Carbohydrates, and the body’s form of energy storage: Glucose. The body needs glucose to survive, NOT carbohydrates. The body derives glucose from any food you eat. Anybody trying to improve their blood sugar and […]
With type II diabetes at an all-time high, and numbers expected to increase to 66 percent of the U.S. population suffering from the disease by the year 2040, it is pivotal that we better understand just what is necessary to make improvements with this growing epidemic. The problem is not only that the average American […]
1.) Drink more water – It boggles my mind every time I hear new research studies outlining just how common it is for many individuals to drink very little or even no water per day. Everybody is constantly trying to find ways to look and feel better. For many people just taking a few seconds […]
It is common knowledge that “fad diets” just don’t work, right? The reason for this is that a “fad diet” normally refers to a plan that is relatively extreme and cannot be sustained long term. It is true that this is neither an efficient nor an effective way to go about nutrition for the general […]
No matter what your goals are, your nutrition will play a valuable role in your success. Many individuals have different goals such as getting as lean as possible, getting bigger and stronger, and getting healthier. Most people are searching for some combination of these goals along with some other specific goals such as a sport […]
1.) Warm-up – Everyone seems to know the benefits of warming up, yet it is amazing the amount of people who either don’t do it or put minimal effort into it. On the other hand you have individuals that will jog on the treadmill for 20 minutes for their warm-up which is both inefficient and […]
With all of the great research and information out there, why is it that the majority of “experts” adopt the simplistic good vs. bad rating system in regards to fitness and nutrition. It is hard to have an intelligent conversation about the latest science and research when most individuals you speak to just attach a […]
About 20-30 years ago, a war on red meat and fat started. With little to no scientific backing, physicians and media began telling us how bad red meat and saturated fats were for us. Therein began the “non-fat craze.” Fat-free deserts lined the aisles of grocery stores, and people stood in line to load up […]
"I first met Anthony while he was doing his internship at Physical Therapy for my back injury. He took me under his wing and worked hard for two months to strengthen my back. Anthony helped me realize that I would be prone to more injuries if I didn't concentrate on strengthening my core. Thus after Therapy I joined The Campo Team.
My initial goal was to lose weight and gain strength, 5 months..."