ARTICLE: THE WE LEARN ON NUTRITION, THE MORE WE IGNORE

CrossFit:

For time:

Rx:
30 Calorie Row
30 Wallballs (20lbs, 14lbs)
30 Toes to Bar
30 Deadlifts (185lbs, 135lbs)
30 Burpee Box Jump Overs (24", 20")
30 Deadlifts
30 Toes to Bar
30 Wallballs
30 Calorie Row

Competition:
30 Calorie Row
30 Wallballs (20lbs, 14lbs)
20-30 Toes to Bar
30 Deadlifts (155lbs, 105lbs)
30 Burpee Box Jump Overs
30 Deadlifts
20-30 Toes to Bar
30 Wallballs
30 Calorie Row

Performance:
30 Calorie Row
30 Wallballs (14lbs, 10lbs)
30 Toes as high as possible
30 Deadlifts (95-135lbs/ 65-95lbs)
30 Burpee Box Jump Overs (Option to step over)
30 Deadlifts
30 Toes as high as possible
30 Wallballs
30 Calorie Row

Fitness:
25 Calorie Row
25 Wallballs (14lbs, 10lbs)
25 Knee Raises
25 Deadlifts (45-75/ 35-55lbs)
25 Burpee Box Jump Overs (Option to step over)
25 Deadlifts
25 Knee Raises
25 Wallballs
25 Calorie Row

Article:

In the more than half a century that I’ve been writing about nutrition and health, I’ve witnessed many attempts to inform and improve the American diet, all the while watching young and old alike ignore sound nutritional advice and grow fatter and fatter.

Of course, individuals are not entirely to blame. The food and restaurant industries have done more than their share to lure people into bad eating and drinking habits. Stoking near-to-worthless breakfast cereals with added nutrients. Serving portions large enough to satisfy a racehorse. Selling snack foods and drinks in supersize containers, sometimes offered with free refills.

Purveyors of wholesome fruits and vegetables, beans and whole grains — even of meats, fish and poultry — can’t compete with the promotional billions spent by processed food giants that sell products of little or no nutritional value. Read More http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/10/12/the-more-we-learn-on-nutrition-the-more-we-ignore/?ref=health