Summer has arrived! It snuck up on us here in Boston with a rainy June, but the recent heat has let us know it’s time to get out and enjoy the sunshine! We hope you are all having a happy, healthy summer so far.
While the Friedman School is quiet with students spread across the country and around the world doing summer internships, we are still keeping up on the latest news in nutrition, fitness and Boston happenings. In this issue, Max Prokopy expands on his popular Running-ology 101 article in Running 102 – Focus on the Female. Lainey Younkin discusses the controversial NYC proposal to ban sugary beverages in So Long Supersize, and Lisa D’Agrosa tells us how an apple a day might actually keep the doctor away (or at least help with weight loss) in Increase Your Metabolism with an Apple? And don’t miss Ashley Carter’s suggestions for fresh, new recipes that are perfect for the summer season in Grilled Goodness: A Summer Meal on the Grill.
Enjoy your summer and our summer issue, and we’ll see you in the fall!
Ashley Carter & Lisa D’Agrosa
Grilled Goodness: A Summer Meal on the Grill. By Ashley Carter. Beat the heat and take your summer meal outside from start to finish with these healthy and delicious grilling recipes.
Running 102- Focus on the Female. By Max Prokopy. Conditioning coach Max Prokopy outlines why women have higher rates of injury, and what can be done to change that.
To Eat or Not to Eat
Increase Your Metabolism With an Apple? By Lisa D’Agrosa, RD. We’ve all heard good things about apples, but new research in mice sheds light on their metabolism boosting potential.
So Long Supersize. By Lainey Younkin, RD. Should large beverages be banned? This article reviews the reasons for and against Mayor Bloomberg’s most recent controversial ban of sugary beverages.
In the Spotlight
Alumni Spotlight Interview with Courtney Standish Hernandez, MS, RD, LDN, CWPC. By Linda DePoto. Take a peek at what Friedman Alumni and Wellness Workdays dietitian Courtney Standish Hernandez has been up to since graduation and how she’s maximized her Friedman degree.