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Testimonial

You can try and improve your performance by adding hundreds of hours on the track, in the gym or in the saddle -or- you can get the better results by just providing your body with what it needs for peak performance. In just 1 month Adam (Organic Performance) improved my performance in the marathon by 30 minutes by simply refining and adjusting my nutritional program. I trained smarter, ran faster, recovered more quickly and felt better than ever before.

Best of all... I no longer need Tylenol or aspirin after a hard workout!

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Organic Performance on The Cooking Channel

Monday, 08 November 2010 02:05

The documentary series, My Life in Food, produced by Al Roker Entertainment for The Cooking Channel featured Adam and Organic Performance on October 15th, 2010 during the episode 'Food for Champions.'

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Building a Power Foods Pantry Part III

Bring some variety into your kitchen with nature's mini medicine cabinets.
“If you want to understand someone, look at their bookshelf.”

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Building a Power Pantry Part II

The idea that ‘opposites attract’ always came with too much talk about molecules for my interests, or too packaged within relationship advice. Either way it was a concept I avoided until I could apply it to the culinary world.

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Building a Power Foods Pantry Part I

Wednesday, 29 September 2010 00:00

When your kitchen is well stocked, your training will thank you

Active lifestyles require powerful foods. Here, in the first installment of my LAVA series, Building a Power Foods Pantry, I want to introduce you to whole grains—a family of foods that creates power in force and strength,

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Food for Fitness

Summertime: swimsuits, a jog on the beach, perhaps even a race or marathon

By Vee Benard

Summertime: swimsuits, a jog on the beach, perhaps even a race or marathon. The summer season stirs up different fitness-related goals for different people, but according to Adam Kelinson, a local authority on nutrition and well-being, healthy eating should always be on our minds.

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