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Sports Nutrition Updates on Carb, Pro, Fat, Fluids & Supplements

Staying on top of the latest sports nutrition information is a challenge. That’s why I attend the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). ACSM is a professional organization for sports medicine doctors and health-care providers, sport dietitians, exercise physiologists and sport science researchers. More than 3,000 ACSM members gathered in Minneapolis […] The post Sports Nutrition Updates on Carb, Pro, Fat, Fluids & Supplements appeared first on Nancy C...


Sweat Sodium & Fluid Replacement: A delicate balance

As you know, when you sweat, you lose sodium, an electrically charged molecule that is a part of salt. Sodium and other electrolytes help maintain proper fluid balance inside and outside of cells. Hormones and kidneys help sodium levels stay within a tight range during the course of normal daily activity. When athletes sweat, they […] The post Sweat Sodium & Fluid Replacement: A delicate balance appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Alcohol in Sport: How bad is it for athletes?

  Alcohol has a strong link with sport, be it with sponsorship, beer consumption after a hard workout, or teams enmeshed in a culture of heavy drinking. To address what is known—and not known—about the impact of alcohol on athletic performance, members of Professionals In Nutrition for Exercise and Sport (PINES; www.PINESNutrition.org) organized a session […] The post Alcohol in Sport: How bad is it for athletes appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


“What if I never lose the weight…?”

Every so often I read something that deserves to be passed along to my audience. If you are fretting about not being able to lose the weight, please enjoy these words of wisdom adapted from Karen R. Koenig, M.Ed., LCSW. Karen is a psychotherapist and author of 7 books on eating and weight, including her […] The post “What if I never lose the weight…” appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion

Performance starts with fueling, not training! The best way to fuel for top performance seems to be a debatable topic these days. To keep on top of the sports nutrition science regarding food, exercise & performance, I look to SCAN, the Sports & Cardiovascular Nutrition practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). […] The post Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Recovery after a gym workout

Nancy, should I eat different recovery foods after I lift weights at the gym, as compared to after I do an hour of cardio Answer: After a gym workout, both lifting and cardio require similar recovery foods: carbohydrates to refuel depleted muscle glycogen and protein to build and repair muscles. The easiest way to recover properly […] The post Recovery after a gym workout appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


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Sports Nutrition Updates on Carb, Pro, Fat, Fluids & Supplements

Staying on top of the latest sports nutrition information is a challenge. That’s why I attend the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). ACSM is a professional organization for sports medicine doctors and health-care providers, sport dietitians, exercise physiologists and sport science researchers. More than 3,000 ACSM members gathered in Minneapolis […] The post Sports Nutrition Updates on Carb, Pro, Fat, Fluids & Supplements appeared first on Nancy C...


Sweat Sodium & Fluid Replacement: A delicate balance

As you know, when you sweat, you lose sodium, an electrically charged molecule that is a part of salt. Sodium and other electrolytes help maintain proper fluid balance inside and outside of cells. Hormones and kidneys help sodium levels stay within a tight range during the course of normal daily activity. When athletes sweat, they […] The post Sweat Sodium & Fluid Replacement: A delicate balance appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Alcohol in Sport: How bad is it for athletes?

  Alcohol has a strong link with sport, be it with sponsorship, beer consumption after a hard workout, or teams enmeshed in a culture of heavy drinking. To address what is known—and not known—about the impact of alcohol on athletic performance, members of Professionals In Nutrition for Exercise and Sport (PINES; www.PINESNutrition.org) organized a session […] The post Alcohol in Sport: How bad is it for athletes appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


“What if I never lose the weight…?”

Every so often I read something that deserves to be passed along to my audience. If you are fretting about not being able to lose the weight, please enjoy these words of wisdom adapted from Karen R. Koenig, M.Ed., LCSW. Karen is a psychotherapist and author of 7 books on eating and weight, including her […] The post “What if I never lose the weight…” appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion

Performance starts with fueling, not training! The best way to fuel for top performance seems to be a debatable topic these days. To keep on top of the sports nutrition science regarding food, exercise & performance, I look to SCAN, the Sports & Cardiovascular Nutrition practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). […] The post Sports Nutrition: #ScienceNotOpinion appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


Recovery after a gym workout

Nancy, should I eat different recovery foods after I lift weights at the gym, as compared to after I do an hour of cardio Answer: After a gym workout, both lifting and cardio require similar recovery foods: carbohydrates to refuel depleted muscle glycogen and protein to build and repair muscles. The easiest way to recover properly […] The post Recovery after a gym workout appeared first on Nancy Clark RD. ...


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