Here are some local businesses that can help you with your individualized nutrition needs and more:Bozeman Deaconess Nutrition Read more >>
Baker, Alicia
I admit it—I love the free bread when dining out. At a restaurant the other night, and after the waiter returned with our drinks, I asked if we could have bread. He replied, “We have gluten-free sourdough or gluten-free wheat.” I told him I’d like regular bread. They didn’t have any. Read more >>
Johnston, Holcomb
Cooler temperatures, waning light, and snow mean an increased risk of getting sick. Use these simple techniques to help stave off common illnesses during the coming chilly months. Read more >>
Baker, Alicia
We've all done it: lacking energy for that afternoon ride, or trying not to fall asleep at work, we reach for an energy drink. Sure, it beats that pesky sleepiness into submission and keeps us upbeat and alert for another hour or two…but is it really worth it? Read more >>
Setzer, Shannon
Hooray, winter is here! Get out your skis, snowshoes, and ice skates—it’s time for fun in the snow. As an outdoor enthusiast, you might ready your body, strengthening knees, legs, and arms for the activities ahead. But do you think about your skin? Read more >>
Baker, Alicia
In winter, it's just as important to consume Vitamin D and Vitamin C as it is to keep up physical activity. However, intakes of these micronutrients tend to decline in winter due to limited sunshine (for Vitamin D production) and limited access to fresh fruits (which contain Vitamin C). Read more >>
Alicia Baker
When you hunt, nutrition is the first thing that comes to mind, right? Don’t roll your eyes just yet—nutrition should definitely be considered when deciding if you want that piece of beef steak or an elk roast for dinner. Read more >>
Walters, Lou
If you're looking for a "permission slip" to go fishing this weekend, read on. Because with cardiovascular disease being the leading cause of death in Montana, you should know that catching that spring trout is more than just good for your belly and your ego. Read more >>
elk, hunting, health
Campbell, Christina
Though many enjoy hunting for the sport, there are many nutritional benefits to eating wild game such as bison, deer, elk. Read more >>
Christina Campbell
There’s a lot of marketing directed toward food for sports participants, and as a consumer it’s often difficult to distinguish between reality and hype. Is Gatorade necessary? Is water better? Is a Power Bar better than a couple Fig Newtons? Read more >>
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