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Podcast Friday with Mr. Jonathan Tanquay and Sport Nutrition!

Today we have a special guest from the world of Sport Nutrition, Mr. Jonathan Tanquay! Mr. Tanquay discusses his work with Nutrition in athletics! If you are looking at how a nutritionists can impact an athletic program and importance on a healthy diet this podcast is one you will want to pay close attention too!  LISTEN NOW

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Kevin Hughes
Friday, July 7, 2017 4:55 PM
Aloha Doc Tim, and Jonathan,

Wow! Lots of stuff to unpack there. My comment though is about over the counter supplements (Think GNC- or the Vitamin Section at a Grocery Store). I had a real challenge taking a B Complex OTC supplement. Within a few weeks, I was cramping - everywhere. I even wrote Tim about it.

Later, it turns out that somehow (I only know the Krebs Cycle by heart , but it must have been some pathway resembling that system) that B-Complex was leaching my minerals out - and even though I had no history of cramping, all of sudden I was cramping everywhere.

And I mean everywhere: my hands, my stomach, my calves, my hamstrings, my neck...sheesh. So I go off of the supplement, and with a few days, no cramps. I know that is anecdotal - but it had to be the culprit; since once I stopped the supplement, I stopped cramping.

So, my question to you, is what advice would you give average folks (not Elite Athletes) about OTC supplements?

Okay, Food First (should be a bumper sticker!) from now on. Smiles, Kevin

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