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Dr. L. Lee Coyne, Ph.D.

Dr. L. Lee CoyneDr. Coyne is a former Professor of exercise physiology and nutrition and the nutrition coach to many high performance athletes including several Canadian Olympic teams. (Tanya Dubnicoff, Olympic cyclist, Michelle Morton, Olympic speed skater, several Olympic Biathletes, skiers and hockey players, Jamie Clarke, Everest Summiteers) and successful "Empty Quarter" desert expedition leader.

His writing appears regularly in the Fit Start insert of the Calgary Sun and a bi-monthly health and fitness magazine “Impact”.

His books include “Fat Won’t Make You Fat”, “The Sports Nutrition Coaches Handbook” & “Nutritional Symptomatology, the consumers handbook” are accompanied by computer software programs designed to analyze the nutritional needs of clients based on client reported symptoms.

The nutritional symptomology software programs are extensively used throughout North America, Australia and Malaysia. These symptom oriented programs lead Dr. Coyne to be in great demand to teach Health practitioners the most effective ways to use computerized information along with his books. His most recent release is “The Little Book of Nutrition Nuggets”.

You may contact Lee through Fish Creek Publishing at 1-800-668-4042 or by e-mail dr.coyne@leanseekers.com or visit Dr. Coyne's website to purchase books, online nutrition coaching and online nutritional symptomology analysis "Lean Seekers Nutritional Coaching Program".

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Diet & Nutrition Disease & Conditions Fitness & Health Body Building Weight Loss
  • Aspartame - NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful - safe to drink?
  • Best Food - Optimal health, Weight management and Optimal Sports performance are all dependant on optimal food choices.
  • Body Tips - Transforming your body so you look your best and feel your best.
  • Carbohydrates - Friend or foe?
  • Carbohydrate Dieting - The popularity, promotion and discussion of “low” carbohydrate dieting may be missing the point.
  • Carbohydrate Eating - Chronic criticism and reluctant acceptance of reduced carbohydrate eating plans prompted this column.
  • Children's Diet - What should my child eat? Most parents could easily make a list of what not to eat.
  • Cholesterol Facts - Cholesterol is not a deadly poison, but a substance vital to the cells of all mammals.
  • Cholesterol Free - Reduce the cholesterol in your diet. Reduce the fat in your diet. By L. Lee Coyne.
  • Detoxification - Accumulated toxins can be responsible for many abnormal or subnormal cellular functions leading to illnesses of varying kinds.
  • Eating at Festivals and Fairs - Celebrations, special events, festivals are all times when we indulge in our favorite comfort foods.
  • Extreme nutrition - To become an exceptional achiever you must try, do and practice exceptional things. Average, standard, typical, and “normal” practices produce average, standard, typical, and “normal” results. By L. Lee Coyne, Ph.D.
  • Fad Diets - Fad Diets or Popular Eating Plans? This is a brief review of several popular diet plans.
  • Halloween Food Hazards - Gone are the days when the “Treat” part of “Trick or Treat” was an apple, home-made baking or bag of popcorn. By L. Lee Coyne Ph.D.
  • Healthy Eating - Eat healthy at restaurants and fast food franchises.
  • Holiday Food - To avoid the January panic of trying to lose those unpleasant kilograms before the winter holiday bikini season in warmer places try to spend December eating with grace.
  • Hydration / dehydration - Water for health and performance. By L. Lee Coyne, Ph.D.
  • Meal Replacement Bars - Not all bars are created equal.
  • Protein Requirements - Human dietary protein requirements have long been a point of controversy among nutrition experts.
  • Sports Drinks - Consumer guidelines for selecting a “traditional” sport drink, based on research, suggest that one look for an 8% Carbohydrate solution (approximately 26 gm per 250 ml of water).
  • Sports Eating - When it comes to nutritional advice for sport and exercise there is always some new "magic bullet" product or plan designed to help you become the next super athlete.
  • Sugar- The consumption of “added caloric sweeteners” over the last thirty years has risen to an estimated seventy-one kilograms per person per year.
  • Triple Threat - October is the “triple threat” month where responsible eating can be challenged on at least 3 occasions.
  • Vegetarian Teens - The pressures on teens choosing a vegetarian lifestyle are varied. The “peer-group” promoting the morality of meatless nutrition and ethical treatment of animals, there is the ever pressing quest to avoid fat, to be fashionably thin and the concern of parents for the health of their children.
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