By: Nancy Clark, MS RD CSSD, Sports nutrition counselor Meals and snacking patterns have changed over the past 40 years. You have undoubtedly noticed that many of us are eating fewer calories from meals and more calories from snacks. As a result, I get questions from both runners and non-athletes alike about how to best […]
Fueling for Exercise When it comes to nutrition for training everyone is a bit different regarding what works for them to get through a long distance run without bonking. The best time to experiment with the various nutritional supplements available is during your training runs and not during the race itself. Below are some basic […]
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Looking for the latest sports nutrition news? Below are just a few highlights from the more than 3,000 research studies presented at the American College of Sports Medicine’s Annual Meeting in Boston, 2016 (www.ACSM.org). As we age, we lose muscle. Eating protein prior to sleep is a nutritional strategy that helps curb overnight muscle […]
The Athlete’s Kitchen Copyright: Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD August 2016 Wishing for the Perfect Body? Too many runners spend too much time complaining about their bodies: I feel too fat. I’m too thin. I want a six-pack ab. I hate my spare tire. Obviously, you will perform better if your body is the correct […]