Author: TreyAs a former Division I college athlete who played football for the Louisiana State University Tigers staying in shape is nothing new to Trey. Although training is important, Trey believes that good nutrition is as important, if not more important for optimal development, performance, and health. In addition to a Certified Nutritionist Trey is also a National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Lifestyle Coach through the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Certified Nutritionist Trey Triplette started 3natural Bionutrition after receiving his nutritionist certification from San Francisco College under the guidance of Lisa Yamashiro, MEd, RD. As part of his training, he studied a myriad of nutritional aspects including but not limited to clinical nutrition, food service, food science, and nutritional biochemistry. While attaining his certification he took part in many nutritional research studies and projects. Additionally, he is certified as a National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Lifestyle Coach and Diabetes Self-Management Training (DSMT) Coach through the American Association of Diabetes Educators. He then put his training and education into practice at community organizations and nutritional health centers such as the Children’s Council of San Francisco. He also actively supports the Vista Farmers Market, San Diego Ag in the Classroom, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, Camp Pendleton Armed Services, American Association of Diabetes Educators, Team Cal Baseball and Alpha Bridge Partners to name a few. Trey currently resides in southern California where he consistently takes part in continuing education seminars, training workshops, and reviews literary works to constantly reinforce and enhance his nutritional knowledge.

Multivitamins: 5 Studies That Suggest They’re Not Improving Your Health

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Multivitamins: 5 Studies That Suggest They’re Not Improving Your Health | 3natural Bionutrition

Multivitamins are a combination of many different vitamins that are normally found in foods and other natural sources. These are used to provide vitamins that are not being sufficiently consumed in one’s diet. Multivitamins are also used to treat vitamin deficiencies caused by illness, pregnancy, poor nutrition, digestive disorders, and many other conditions.

For decades, doctors and health experts alike have suggested taking a daily multivitamin as a dietary supplement. In recent years though, more research calls to question whether or not these supplements, which can be very costly, are truly necessary.

Smart and Healthy Weight Loss Tips for Women

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Smart and Healthy Weight Loss Tips for Women | 3natural Bionutrition

While it can seem unfair, it’s a fact that men have an easier time losing weight than women. There are physiological and psychological reasons that make it harder for women to lose weight. Women tend to have lower metabolic rates compared to men and use less energy for basic functions. They also have different preferences in nutrition and exercise routines that make weight loss more difficult.  However, knowledge of these differences can allow you to plan a better nutrition and exercise routine.

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