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Scientific Studies – GMOs affects on human health

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As an additional service I’m working on for existing clients along with the upcoming online training clients (when it’s released) I will be providing a “Scientific Studies” section in DropBox…

Just some tidbits below on GMO’s from the “Scientific Studies” section I’m working on in DropBox. My attempt will be to keep everything relative to human health, performance, nutrient levels, etc…Basically how it would relate to dieting and/or exercise. My intent is to keep the information restricted to just whats relative to personal training life and omit any info beyond that scope.

These Scientific Studies folders will link directly to published medical stories and I will pull out some of the key points from each as it relates to your training/diet.
complex genetic changes substantially improve photosynthesis, increase nutrient use efficiency, and increase maximum yield
nutrient and chemical composition of a GE plant was comparable to a similar non-GE variety” – https://nas-sites.org/ge-crops/2016/05/16/report-in-brief/

There is no data to indicate the consumption of GMOs is bad for human health” – https://ag.purdue.edu/GMOs/Pages/GMOsandHealth.aspx

On Average…
Genetically Modified technology has reduced chemical pesticides 37%
” – http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article

This is just one section. Already finished with a lot of info on self myofasical release, will shoot to get A LOT of good information on carbs since they’re the DEVIL (sarcasm)! Eating for performance, working out on an empty stomach vs not.

People make things so much more difficult then they need to be because of what they hear. This will hopefully put some proof behind the “he said/she said”

Don’t eat after 5:00 pm??? WHY?! Unless you go to bed at 5:30 pm then there really is no point if you’re hoping to get the best of your training and peak your performance.

Still no timetable, but will likely be available to existing clients BEFORE the online training is available and before the Taylor Carpenter Personal Training app gets it’s release.

Another side note, will be working on a “How To” for body measurements which you’ll conveniently be able to track in the new app when it becomes available. Existing clients will likely get access to this feature before the app is made available to all.

Learn more at Taylor Carpenter Personal Training in Charlotte, NC.

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Taylor Carpenter is a nationally Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Fitness Nutrition Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Taylor was featured as a fitness expert in the first publication of NASM’s “The Fitness Edge”.

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