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photoAthletes have a different biochemistry than unfit people. Athletes are unlikely to experience an insulin surge that leads to overeating and “getting fat” from enjoying a potato with dinner.
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photoTo find out more about the Pyramid's hidden messages, I logged on to www.MyPyramid.gov. This website, in contrast to the icon, offers an impressive amount of helpful information.
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photoHere’s some of the research presented by exercise physiologists, nutritionists and other health professionals at the American College of Sports Medicine’s annual meeting (Denver, May, 2006)
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photoSome athletes wisely devour lots of fruit, believing it to be among the healthiest of food choices. But other athletes mistakenly avoid fruit, seeing it as an evil source of sugar and carbs.
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photoBelow are just a few tips from sports dietitians and other health professionals who help active people transform their food fears into peaceful fueling.
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photoSerious athletes might also like to feast on this hard-core book that will answer all sports nutrition questions from A to Z.
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photoI commonly hear marathoners, triathletes and other highly competitive endurance athletes complain “For all the exercise I do, I should be pencil thin.”
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photoMany athletes train hard but fail to fuel their bodies at the right times with the right foods. Sound familiar? You might want to think about getting a nutrition check up with a sports dietitian.
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photoYou can spend a small fortune on these pre-wrapped bundles of energy, thinking they offer magic ingredients-not true. “Energy” simply means “provides calories” and not “will make you feel energetic."
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photoTo help implement your resolutions (or those of your friends and family members), I recommend the following books, most of which are written by nutrition experts: registered dietitians (RD).
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photoSeveral recipes including banana bread, carrot raisin muffins and oatmeal pancakes.
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photoAt ADA’s annual meeting registered dietitians presented the following information that addresses some of the nutrition questions and concerns of health-conscious exercisers and competitive athletes.
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photoConfusion still abounds regarding the role of bread in a sports diet. Some weight conscious athletes still fear bread as a fattening enemy.
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photoAs a sports-parent, you can be a good role model for athleticism and healthful food choices. What can you do to regain control without becoming the food police?
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photoThe purpose of this article is to look at caffeine (most commonly consumed as coffee) as part of a sports diet and to help you determine whether you want to take it or leave it.
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Nancy Clark

Nancy Clark, MS, RD, an internationally known sports nutritionist and nutrition author, is a registered dietitian (RD) who specializes in nutrition for exercise, health and the nutritional management of eating disorders.