Cara Axelrod, a registered dietitian with EXOS, a sports performance program that's part of UHealth Sports Medicine, meets with high school students, including David Hazday, to coach them about proper nutrition while they train. Here, Axelrod compares a pound of lean tissue to a pound of fat.
Cara Axelrod, a registered dietitian with EXOS, a sports performance program that's part of UHealth Sports Medicine, meets with high school students, including David Hazday, to coach them about proper nutrition while they train. Here, Axelrod compares a pound of lean tissue to a pound of fat. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Cara Axelrod, a registered dietitian with EXOS, a sports performance program that's part of UHealth Sports Medicine, meets with high school students, including David Hazday, to coach them about proper nutrition while they train. Here, Axelrod compares a pound of lean tissue to a pound of fat. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

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