To eat organic or not — that is the question

There are many factors that go into an athlete’s choice to eat organic food. Most times, the choice doesn’t come down to just one factor… more »

Analyzing What Athletes Are Made Of

Whether they’re on the field, court, or track, coaches use a mix of art and science to measure their team’s gains. They combine observations with game statistics to figure out where the team needs to improve… more »

Under Control

For athletes with chronic illnesses, proper nutrition can be the key to limiting symptoms and keeping them in the game. Here, three authors share how they used diet to manage Crohn’s disease, PCOS, and an enzyme deficiency… more »

Seeds of Change

Have your athletes expressed an interest in sustainable food practices? If so, it might be time to add some eco-friendly elements to your sports nutrition program… more »

On the Move

Factoring in puberty, packed days, and the pressure to look a certain way, the nutritional considerations of high school athletes differ from other age groups… more »

Better Recovery

New research has found that plant-based diets can help improve tissue oxygenation and blood flow, as well as reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, thereby helping athletes recover… more »

Okay to Go Vegetarian?

Athletes often wonder if cutting meat from their diet will negatively effect their ability to make strength gains. A new review says a plant-based diet can actually benefit athletes’ heart health, performance, and recovery… more »

The Recovery Window

Research is uncovering the importance of nutrient timing for athletes. Sports dietitian Michelle Rockwell offers how to make the most of recovery nutrition… more »

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