Book Review: Fueling Young Athletes

Fueling Young Athletes introduces sport nutrition for today’s athletic youth and discusses nutritional needs for specific sports and individual goals.

Exercise Prescriptions

It is recommended that registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) interested in providing sports nutrition advice review the Revised 2014 Standards of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (Competent, Proficient, and Expert...

The “If It Fits Your Macros” Diet: Can You Count On It For Weight Loss?

Despite advice from dietitians to focus on overall diet quality, healthy eating patterns, and moderation, it seems that when it comes to weight loss, dieters like to count. Whether it is calories, points, grams (g), or servings, counting is an important way for individuals...

Carbohydrate Requirements for Exercise (CE credit)

Faculty: Jennifer L. Koslo, PhD, RD, LD, CSSD, ACE-CPT Cost: $39 or $19.50 for CE Pro Members CPEU/CEU: 2 credits Expiration: February 10, 2019 Learning Objectives: After reading the article, the learner should be able to:

Exercise and Children: Dealing with Medical Conditions

The most common medical conditions that impact exercise are congenital heart defects, overweight, type 1 diabetes, cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular conditions, and pulmonary conditions, such as asthma and cystic fibrosis. This article contains just introductory...

Exercise and Sports Nutrition 2016 Meetings

American Aerobic Association International (AAAI)/International Sports Medicine Association (ISMA) “One World” Fitness Certification and Educational Conferences http://aaai-ismafitness.com AAAI-ISMA is currently one of the largest and most recognized fitness certification...

Carb Cycling—Is It Worth a Try?

Carb cycling is usually recommended for individuals who are already fairy lean. The days of the week are patterned as no carb, low carb, and high carb days. Carb cycling started in the bodybuilding industry to help bodybuilders bulk up when building muscle and then to lose...

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