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As a Sports Dietitian, I frequently have the opportunity to take athletes on grocery store tours. During the tours, I teach athletes what foods to buy to fuel their bodies for performance, items to keep on hand to prepare quick …

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Most athletes recognize that protein is an important component of their sports nutrition plan. Protein is necessary for building and repairing muscles and the synthesis of immune cells. It is also a key component of enzymes and is necessary for …

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Looking for a way to add some extra flavor to your meal without adding fat or sodium? If so, it’s time to head to the spice section of your grocery store and fill up your spice rack. Spices not only …

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If you compete in a sport that has a half-time break, this is the ideal opportunity to not only strategize for the second half, but to rehydrate and refuel as well. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy our bodies …

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A common question I often receive is what sport supplements an athlete should be taking to help him/her to run faster, hit harder, or jump higher. The truth is, while there are some supplements that may be of benefit, the …

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Most athletes that I work with put a lot of time and thought into their pre-event meal. They want to ensure that they eat the perfect combination of foods to give them sustained energy and consume the meal at just …

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Looking for a quick and delicious way to start your day? Try overnight oats – this is an easy recipe you make the night before and can grab to take with on the way out the door. Overnight oats are …

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