Bryan Snyder, the Team Nutrition Manager for the Denver Broncos, meticulously plans the diet of the Denver Broncos to maximize each player’s performance and recovery.
While the average person doesn’t take the same hits as a professional football player, the need for a healthy diet to battle the stresses of everyday life is just as important. According to Snyder, “Pistachios are one of the best recommendations I can make because they’re packed with many important nutrients, and because they are versatile.”
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Football season is officially upon us, which means it is also officially time for game-day recipes. APG Ambassador Bryan Snyder, the Team Nutrition Manager for the Denver Broncos, shares his tips on how tailgaters can keep their party fare delicious and healthy with American pistachios.
Nearly 30 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes, and another 86 million Americans have prediabetes and are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. A recent study published in a scientific journal of the American Diabetes Association, suggests that pistachios may have glucose- and insulin-lowering effects for those people with prediabetes. This is because the great nutrition in American-grown pistachios - protein, healthy fats and fiber - may all help lower blood glucose. The findings of this new study add to the body of evidence about pistachios and their effect on diabetes symptoms.