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14 Nutrition Apps You Need to Check Out

Eat 2 Win Challenge for Athletes TBA General Impression An app designed specifically for athletes, however it has a lot of cross over use for anyone looking to track and log their eating habits with guidance from customized meal plans. Its primary purpose is to create a team challenge [...]

By |January 1st, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

College Sports Nutrition Programs You Want to Follow on Twitter (wait for it)

My Sports Dietitian--Follow Us On Twitter Follow @mysportsdiet When someone hears the word Dietitian, many automatically think that this is the hospital Dietitian that is customizing nutrient rich formulas to feed a patient through a tube in order to help them recover faster from a life-threating illness or [...]

By |November 18th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Becoming a Nutrition Entrepreneur

Becoming an entrepreneur is a unique challenge that is not for everybody but these three ladies took the leap and followed their passion. Dawn, Mitzi and Rebecca all share their amazing journey of becoming a nutrition entrepreneur. In this Podcast You Will Learn: 1.    What was their career path [...]

Sports Nutrition for the Major League Baseball Player: Mark Melancon

Mark Melancon was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 30th round of the 2003 Major League Baseball draft. He declined the offer so that he could attend the University of Arizona. Mark is currently a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball (MLB). Tavis talks to Mark about his journey and [...]

Nutrition and Cheerleading Performance

Karen Lew Feirman Karen joined Varsity University as the Dean in October of 2014. Over the past 15 years, Karen served in a variety of capacities at Southeastern Louisiana University and the University of Miami. Most recently, she served as the Clinical Coordinator of the Athletic Training Program at the [...]

Alcohol and its Effect on Athletic Performance

Alcohol is a big topic when it comes to its effect on an athletic performance. It’s been shown to make up to 5% of an athlete’s calorie intake. Why is this concerning? Calorie intake is important for an athlete, making sure the calories they consume are helping the body, not hindering it. [...]

By |December 8th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

Improving an Athlete's Eating habits from a Food First Approach