Sports Nutrition

I studied Functional Sports Nutrition with IHS last summer with Dr Fionnua Mc Hale.  This course focused on leading athletes to their optimal health. “It is simply not enough just  to be absent of disease, athletes need every system and cell in their body performing at its optimum.”  There are many reasons an athlete may not be performing at their best or as well as they would like to be.  Functional sports nutrition focuses on what may be occurring at a cellular level due to many possible reasons; over training, digestive and absorption issues, nutritional deficiencies, lack of calories or protein in the diet, slow recovery, inflammation or an overly acidic environment in the body due to excessive lactic acid build up.  During a sports nutrition consultation we would discuss: personal client goals, training schedule, how present diet may be contributing to sub optimal performance, food intolerance and finally the introduction of nutritional strategies and supplements to address any issues present.

Areas Sports Nutrition can support:

  • Improved performance
  • Improved energy
  • Improved sleep
  • Better endurance
  • Better recovery 
  • Better mood
  • Fat loss
  • Lean muscle gain
  • Reduced soreness
  • Meal timing
  • Adrenal stress testing
  • Supplementation – protein,  BCAA, l glutamine, creatine, caffeine, super greens, vitamins and minerals.  
  • What are the best supplements to use for each individual athlete whether you’re involved in team sports, triathlon training or you’re just a gym bunny sports nutrition can help you achieve your goals…

 

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