101 Sports Nutrition Tips

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Coaches Choice, Jan 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 146 pages
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101 Sports Nutrition Tips is an excellent resource that helps athletes determine what, when, and how much to eat to optimize performance. With years of experience as a three-sport athlete and instructor, author Susan Kundrat combines knowledge and practical experience into this valuable collections of tips. Twelve chapters cover topics such as high-energy eating, fluids and hydration, healthy weight gain and loss, nutrition on the move, and sample meal plans.

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Contents

HighEnergy Eating
11
Carbohydrates
23
Protein
33
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Sports nutritionist Susan Kundrat is the founder and owner of Nutrition on the Move in Urbana, Illinois. She is also a sports nutrition consultant for the University of Illinois, Northwestern University, and the University of Evansville, and she serves on the Sports Nutrition Board of the Gatorade Sports Science Institute. Ms. Kundrat is the nutritionist for Strawberry Fields Natural Foods Store in Urbana, Illinois; she hosts a radio call-in show on nutrition; and she is a contributing editor for IDEA Fitness Journal. She earned a bachelors degree in dietetics from Minnesota State University and a masters degree in nutrition from Iowa State University. Ms. Kundrat is a registered dietitian and member of the American Dietetic Association; the American College of Sports Medicine; the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutritionists (SCAN; Nutrition Entrepreneurs; and Nutrition in Complementary Care.

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