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About EMurray

Erin is a graduate student working toward a Masters of Science in Nutrition and Health Promotion, as well as completing the Didactic Program in Dietetics to become a Registered Dietitian. She’s also a Precision Nutrition Certified Nutrition Coach and Certified Sports Nutritionist.

Heart Health: A Snapshot of The Body

HEART HEALTH: A SNAPSHOT OF THE BODY In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. One in every four deaths is attributed to heart disease, and every forty seconds, someone in America has a heart attack (I). These statistics are both jarring and disheartening--but,

Heart Health: A Snapshot of The Body2019-08-01T12:58:11+00:00

Nutrient Advantages During the Change of Season

NUTRIENT ADVANTAGES DURING THE CHANGE OF SEASON The nutrition world often gets so caught-up in debates regarding calories, supplements, or macronutrients that the quality and nutrient-density of food gets forgotten. Because of this, consideration for micronutrients are often lost in the discussion--and the public isn’t exposed to such important information. In fact, there

Nutrient Advantages During the Change of Season2019-06-05T18:28:16+00:00

Inflammation: Transient Incidents vs Sustained States

The popular health media loves a good villain: carbs, sugar, fat, and dairy have all, at one time or another, been accused of ruining our health, making us fat, and ushering in a host of other physical maladies. Recently, the term “inflammation” has increasingly drawn the ire of celebrities and their trainers, and countless health

Inflammation: Transient Incidents vs Sustained States2019-05-01T23:58:51+00:00

Arthritis and Movement: Your Weightlifting Prescription

ARTHRITIS AND MOVEMENT: YOUR WEIGHTLIFTING PRESCRIPTION by Mike DeMille, DPT and Erin Murray Arthritis can be a debilitating condition in which cartilage is degraded in joints--resulting in pain or discomfort, inflammation, and loss of function. Oftentimes, this pain and dysfunction can lead to total joint replacements if movement or comfort cannot be regained. For

Arthritis and Movement: Your Weightlifting Prescription2019-03-31T15:15:22+00:00

Simple Stories Are Ruining Our Health Progress

SIMPLE STORIES ARE RUINING OUR HEALTH PROGRESS We all fall victim to believing in the simple health stories that permeate our culture. These stories sum very complex ideas into short quips that sound authoritative, but lack context and often, truth. “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” “Cut carbs out of

Simple Stories Are Ruining Our Health Progress2019-02-27T21:20:54+00:00

Eating Out: The Elephant in the Room

EATING OUT: THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM In the last decade, modern food culture has undergone a massive shift away from traditional home-cooking.  More than ever, we depend on eating meals that were prepared by others. Restaurants come in all shapes and sizes—from fast food to five-star steakhouses.  The emerging category of gourmet

Eating Out: The Elephant in the Room2019-02-02T13:29:24+00:00

Tips For Changing When Change is Hard

TIPS FOR CHANGING WHEN CHANGE IS HARD The New Year’s Resolution landscape is fraught with landmines and traps. Many people give themselves a greenlight from Thanksgiving to New Years Eve to indulge however they please, and promise themselves to lose the holiday weight gain in the new year. But those promises only set

Tips For Changing When Change is Hard2019-01-01T19:13:10+00:00

Five Things to Add Into Your Day in 2019

FIVE THINGS TO ADD INTO YOUR DAY IN 2019 New Year’s Resolutions tend to revolve around taking things out of our day. For many people, everything from sugar to alcohol are promised to be removed beginning January 1. But the feeling of deprivation slowly drives people crazy until they succumb, and the vices

Five Things to Add Into Your Day in 20192019-01-01T19:00:19+00:00