Real Foods or Supplements?

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Member question from adgradiology
"I'm a 2nd year athlete converting from 'fat boy' to 'tri man'.  I've completed four sprint distance triathlons and an Oly.  I've also completed three half marathons and one full marathon.  I'm 43yrs old, 5'10", 208lbs. What are the current ideas on supplements for runners and triathletes?  I'm signed up for HIM Florida in May and thinking about the HIM Branson later next year."

 

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Ironman athlete, marathon runner, bodybuilder or yoga enthusiast. If you consume a well-balanced diet on a daily basis, it is likely that you are not, or don't need to rely on dietary supplements to meet your nutrient needs. However, considering the nutritional challenges that athletes face on a daily basis (ex. [.....]

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date: February 22, 2010

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mrakes1

Master of Science degree in Exercise Physiology. I am a certified sports nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition,I teach spinning and I am CPR certified. I have finished the 2006 Boston marathon, 2006 IMFL, 2007 Ironman world Championship and I am qualified for the 2007 Ironman 70.3 World Championship. I write for Triathlete magazine and I love writing for BT.com!

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Master of Science degree in Exercise Physiology. I am a certified sports nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition,I teach spinning and I am CPR certified. I have finished the 2006 Boston marathon, 2006 IMFL, 2007 Ironman world Championship and I am qualified for the 2007 Ironman 70.3 World Championship. I write for Triathlete magazine and I love writing for BT.com!

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