Health and Nutrition
November 5, 2008
Time was, “sport drink” meant one product: Gatorade. Today, that original yellow thirst quencher with a boost—added electrolytes—is just one among a rainbow of sport drink options, each with “specially formulated” recipes—one for hydration, another for energy. And just when it seemed the market had peaked, the game changed. New performance beverages sell themselves on what they leave out—processed nutrients and artificial sweeteners—rather than what they add. By Madeline Senkosky
February 26, 2008
While this winter brought us sweet powder and effortless turns, all good things must eventually come to an end. Spring brings the promise of softer snow and sunny days. Help your body stay in shape for skiing into June with these simple routines.