Dani Stack

Dani Stack recently moved to the twin cities to pursue a post collegiate professional running career with Team USA MN and Oiselle. She graduated last spring with a degree in Dietetics and a minor in Journalism. Along with running and writing, she enjoys camping, hiking, yoga, music, and spending time with family and friends. She is loving her new chapter in the twin cities and can't wait to see what the future holds!
  • Ty Crabtree, D.C.

    It’s also important to note that you should only take supplements that are third party certified. This means that an unbiased third party has verified that the ingredients that are listed are actually what is in your supplement. They also check for contaminants.

    In regards to vitamin D supplementation, it is necessary to take it with a meal that includes fat. Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin and fat is needed for proper absorption.

  • shawn

    found out by chance through Insidetracker.com that i was low on my ferratin- very very low. too much blood donating (thanjk you NOT red cross) and too much running, sweating and physical work at me job !

    had great luck both with floradix liquid iron AND vitamin code “raw iron” NEVER any stomach prob. with eiither

    just saying

  • Solomon Gomorrah

    Liquid iron sounds… interesting? But why not just munch a modest handful of pumpkin seeds after a run and throughout the day as a healthy snack? Excellent source of iron and other minerals, bioavailable protein, fairly inexpensive.

    • frenat

      Interesting alternative. I personally don’t care for the taste of either.