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Intensity not paramount for physical training during cancer therapy


Research highlights the need to incorporate nutritional counselling in cancer treatment


New research committee membership underscores WFC’s #BeEPIC Commitment


Childhood diet has lifelong impact

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A strong foundation: Fuelling the athlete’s immunity and performance

The pandemic demonstrates the importance of a good baseline for illness prevention. It does not guarantee we are exempt from getting sick, but it promotes the role of overall health and nutrition when it comes to illness prevention.
While performance and sport specific development is the primary focus for most athletes, health optimization is critical. The better overall health an athlete is in, the more resilient they will be. More resiliency will lead to less missed practices and games, improved mindset, faster recovery, and allow athletic performance and development to be more efficient and effective.
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