Nutrition / by Greg Haglund - 2 months ago

Good Fat - Bad Fat

In the past, we haven’t been told the whole story.  In fact, if you haven’t looked for the answers then it’s easy to continue believing that all poly and mono-unsaturated fat is good and all saturated fat is bad. The TRUTH is more complicated!

Supplements / by Greg Haglund - 3 months ago

10 Signs You Are Magnesium Deficient

Magnesium is an ESSENTIAL mineral involved in more than 600 biochemical processes in the human body. In this article, we are going to discuss 10 things that could go wrong or perform poorly if you are magnesium deficient, but really there are more than 300.

Nutrition / by Greg Haglund - 3 months ago

Intermittent Fasting - Lose Fat, Live Longer

Intermittent fasting (IF) is one of the world’s most popular health and fitness trends. People are using it to lose weight, improve health and simplify their lifestyle. Many studies are supporting positive benefits for brain and physique enhancement. It may even help you live longer.

Nutrition / by Greg Haglund - 4 months ago

Myth 5 - Drinking Coffee is Bad

Coffee has gotten a bad reputation in the past. Most of which is unwarranted. In fact, Coffee makes up close to 60% of our daily intake of antioxidants in the modern western diet. This outranks both fruits and vegetables combined. 

Nutrition / by Greg Haglund - 5 months ago

Myth 4 - Sodium (Salt) is Bad

The health authorities constantly tell us to reduce sodium in our diet to lower blood pressure. Most people are eating about 3400 mg of sodium per day and we are advised to cut back to 1500-2300 mg per day (about 3/4 to 1 teaspoon of salt).

Nutrition / by Greg Haglund - 5 months ago

Myth 2 - Saturated Fat is Bad

For decades, people have believed that eating saturated fat can increase the risk of heart disease. In fact, this idea has been the cornerstone of mainstream nutrition recommendations.

Nutrition / by Greg Haglund - 5 months ago

Myth 1 - A Calorie is a Calorie

It is often said the only thing that matters for weight loss is “calories in and calories out.” Exercise harder and eat less. Unfortunately, this strategy only works for a short period of time.

Nutrition / by Greg Haglund - 8 months ago

Do Sugar-Free Sweeteners Impact Insulin?

Eating fats and protein with carbohydrates may slow the rise in blood sugar levels, therefore reducing the rise of insulin. Managing insulin and maintaining a stable blood sugar level is one of the healthiest ways to burn fat and reduce inflammation.

Greg Haglund

Owner - Switch Nutrition

I have been selling and formulating sports nutrition products for more than 16 years. Supplements, Training, Nutrition and Health have become my passion and my profession. Switch Nutrition imports and distribute the latest cutting edge products and disseminate useful information to help people get the best results possible.

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