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32 Slang and Idioms in Sports and Fitness:

There are words and phrases used in sports and fitness that are regarded as verycaasn Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition 32 Slang and Idioms in Sports and Fitness informal. They are more common in speech than writing. Slang evolves without respite in every aspect of human life, and sports and fitness are not an exception. We have collected 32 common slang and idioms in sports and fitness:

1) Airplane Mode:

Used in Fitness.

It refers to someone in the gym who walks around confused, barely working out, and staring mostly at the equipment without doing any things.

Example: This guy is in the gym for hours and he hardly exercises. He is in airplane mode.

2) Beezer:

Used in Boxing.

It means the nose.

Example: He got hit in the beezer.

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It is the 5th anniversary of launching the website of the Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition, www.caasn.com. It was launched on December 15, 2014 after 27 months of working on its contents.

Taking sports nutrition to a new level, we maintain a “competitive edge” in the industry by providing unique and practical guidance. We take pride in ourselves on delivering the “World`s Most Comprehensive Programs in Sports Nutrition”.

The CAASN big promotion starts on December 15 and ends on December 30, 2019.

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Can Anti-Diabetic Medication Beat Cancer?!

The discovery of aspirin in 1897 and penicillin in 1928 has had a tremendous impact on Metformin 3 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition caasnmedicine. Aspirin and penicillin were and still are the "miracle makers" in medicine. Would metformin, the famous anti-diabetic medication, be the next miracle maker and join the aspirin-penicillin club to save millions of lives by acting as an anti-cancer?

Lurking everywhere, cancer continues exponentially to expand and so does the medical research to tame it! Clinicians and research scientists are working around the clock to find a way to gain control of bizarre proliferation of cancer cells. Recent researches have centered on metabolism of cancer cells, and modulators of metabolism are being tested clinically.

Interfering with metabolism of cancer cells causes "turmoil in tumors", succumbing them to death. One of the metabolism modulators that is under a heavy research is the famous anti-diabetic medication metformin. It is being evaluated alone and in combination with other anti-cancer drugs. So far, the results are promising!

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Synergism and Antagonism in Sports Nutrition

Imagine of the comedy duos of Laurel and Hardy or the trios of three stooges. Synergism and Antagonism 1 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition caasnThey together are more entertaining than acting individually. This is almost true about certain micronutrients. The field of nutrients, nutrition and particularly sports nutrition is highly dynamic and constantly evolving. It is moving forward at an astonishingly fast pace, affecting every aspects of human health

Outstanding advances in physiology and biochemistry have increased insights into the mechanisms responsible for the effects of every single nutrients taken into the body and their interrelationships. Understanding synergistic and antagonistic effects of nutrients allows practitioners to know positive and negative interactions among nutrients. For better nutritional guidance and to take full advantage of nutrients, it is important to know which nutrients increase or decrease each other effectiveness.

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