Category Archives: Sports Nutrition

Healthy Halloween!

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Top 10 Reasons to Give Up Dieting

10. Diets don’t work. Even if you lose weight, you will lower your metabolism and gain the weight back.  Potentially more than you lost. 9. Diets are expensive. If you didn’t buy diet products, you could save to put the … Continue reading

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What is "Normal Eating"?

Normal eating is being able to EAT WHEN YOU ARE HUNGRY and continue eating until you are SATISFIED. It is being able to CHOOSE FOODS YOU LIKE and eat it and truly get enough of it – not just stop … Continue reading

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No Weigh!

Directly from National Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention. http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/no-weigh A Declaration of Independence from a Weight-Obsessed World I, do hereby declare that from this day forward I will choose to live my life by the following tenets.  In so doing, … Continue reading

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Ditch your FATITUDE for GRATITUDE!

October is one of my favorite times of year!  Yes, GO CARDS!!!! But also for Fat Talk Free Week!  I wish we could educate every month on appreciating what we have and positive body image. Every Body is Beautiful!  No Body … Continue reading

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5 Pro-inflammatory Foods

Prevention is one of the most important tools you can use to stay healthy! Most consume too many pro-inflammatory foods which are linked to many chronic diseases.  Here are 5 foods to decrease your intake and balance by incorporating more … Continue reading

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Athlete's Plate

As an athlete you have to fuel different then the average population.  Always find what works for you!      

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Decrease soreness

The role of dietary components and their relation to anti-inflammatory properties in the body is a great way to recover from workouts and in some cases help decrease injuries related to inflammation. Always start with whole foods first. Phytochemicals are a … Continue reading

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In Season

There are several great sport nutrition recommendations and guidelines. One of them is, do not try to lose weight during season and allow your performance to suffer.  If you are not at the weight that you want to be for … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Sports Drink

With all of the variety of sports drinks it’s hard to know, which one to use or how to use it.  Make sure you are choosing what works best for you and fueling your sport! 1. Do not wait until … Continue reading

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