The Power of Solar Synergy (part 1)

Solar Synergy™ is the newest addition to the Mt. Capra family of high quality nutrition supplements. This 7 part series looks at the several ingredients contributing to its potency and efficacy as a sports drink. The Problem and Solution. In the vast market of sports and energy drinks most are advertised as performance enhancing or […]

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Dr. Oz Loves Goat Milk!

Recently, Dr. Oz was featured on Oprah. Among the many helpful tips he gave he had this to say about goat milk. “Many Sardinians also drink goat’s milk, which is high in calcium and good for your heart. “Plus, researchers believe it could protect against Alzheimer’s and heart disease,” “Not only is goat’s milk healthy, […]

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Introducing Solar Synergy™ – By Ben Greenfield MS, CSCS

Ben Greenfield is one of the top fitness, triathlon, nutrition and metabolism experts in the nation. An athlete and trainer, Ben was named the “Personal Trainer of the Year” by the NSCA. There occasionally comes a time in my hectic lifestyle of endurance sports coaching, training and racing where I stumble upon something that truly […]

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The Missing Link in Physical Therapy

There are many aspects to physical therapy. One of the most common areas that is overlooked in the PT world is that of nutrition. Physical therapist Dana Hilz and Joe Stout, teamed up to explore this issue in the latest issue of the magazine “Advance for Physical Therapy.” Together they looked at some of the […]

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Babies love Mt. Capra

It has been said that appetite is the greatest spice. This basically means that if you’re hungry enough, everything tastes good. And it’s true, the hungrier you are, the better things taste. In fact, given enough hunger, even foods like liver, anchovies, and Tang begin to look pretty appetizing (okay maybe not tang). Anyway the […]

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Sponsorship and Mt. Capra!

Mt. Capra is pleased to sponsor Ben Greenfield from Spokane WA. Ben holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sports science and exercise physiology and is certified as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), a certified Sports Nutritionist by the International Society of Sport Nutrition.

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Tips to reduce inflammation

Recover With Antioxidants and Electrolytes

As you read this, your body is waging an endless war against silent and invisible assassins. These assassins aren’t a new strain of swine flu, they haven’t caused any widespread panic, and no amount of antibiotics or vaccines will get rid of them. Find out what you can do!

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am i getting enough protein

Question: Am I getting enough protein? Answer: Probably not.

If you follow nutrition news very closely you probably have heard the general consensus that Americans consume much more protein than they need each day. Also a common question from readers is “am I getting enough protein?” Clearly there are mixed signals being sent that ought to be cleared up. The problem as stated is […]

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Alkaline diets and your health

With all the billions of dollars that go into nutritional research, it’s no small wonder that funding continues to be available as time and time again diets high in fruits and vegetables are shown to be the health makers. In fact, the true quest for health often comes down to simple acid-base relationships.

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Heart Healthy Interview

Terry Perry has been a Registered Dietitian for over 25 years. Her expertise ranges from disease prevention to nutrition education. Being the former Chief Clinical Dietitian of Holy Family Hospital in Spokane WA, she has valuable experience that she has graciously agreed to share with us in this issue of The High Road to Health. […]

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