Beginner Triathlete - Diet & Nutrition articles

author : Nancy Clark
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photoToo many athletes (of all ages) struggle with food. Some have disordered eating patterns; others have outright eating disorders.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoTimes have changed! Common diet and sports nutrition myths get dispelled by science.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoFor athletes, caffeine is a proven performance enhancer. An estimated 80% of us drink coffee daily. Why, we are more likely to drink coffee than eat fruit!
author : Nancy Clark
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photoEnergy bars, gluten-free snacks, nut butters, ice cream, candy and vegetarian options for healthy snacking.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoIn this era of over-abundant processed foods, I contend that eating cooked beans enhances intake of a variety of important vitamins and minerals for athletes.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoPerformance starts with fueling, not training! This article provides nutrition tips for ultra-endurance athletes as well as ordinary exercisers who want ultra-energy.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoNutrition highlights from The American College of Sports Medicine 2013.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoOverhydration can be as dangerous to your health as underhydration. So what does a sweaty athlete need to know about staying adequately hydrated without stomach sloshing?
author : Nancy Clark
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photoAs an athlete, you are unlikely obese, but you may have concerns about your weight or have relatives who struggle with their weight.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoWhat can I eat to heal quickly? How can I avoid getting fat while I'm unable to exercise? Should I be taking supplements? This article will address those concerns, plus more.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoWant to add a nice crunch, along with vitamins and minerals, to your sports diet? This article goes over the uses of flax, chia, sunflower, hemp and sesame seeds along with several grains.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoProtein: How much is enough? Weight Management: How much exercise is enough? Also discussed is the link between weight and taste buds.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoIf we don’t stop the obesity epidemic, an estimated 42% of all Americans will be obese in 18 years. One-third will be diabetic. Our kids will die at a younger age than their parents.
author : Nancy Clark
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photoAlthough you cannot change your genetics and your tendency to fidget, you can boost your calorie intake. Here are five tips to help you bulk-up healthfully.
author : IronTom
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photoMistakes in fueling that you can correct during training.
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