Coffee & Coaching Episode 3: Why you need a sports dietitian

Episode 3

Title: Why you need a sports dietitian

Date: 11th March 2020

Episode Length: 11 mins

About the Episode

We get asked Nutrition questions all the time! But we honestly believe that you...

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Eating on the Bike

It is well established that carbohydrate during exercise can improve performance.  But how do you know what sessions to fuel?  Well…it depends.  It depends on two main...
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Carbo Load Don't Garbo Load

Depending on the distance of you next event, carb loading may be beneficial. Carbohydrate loading refers to practices that aim to maximise muscle glycogen stores. Typical muscle glycogen resting...

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Fats vs Carbs - What's Best for Performance?

There is so much media attention around low carbohydrate diets at the moment; it’s hard to decipher what is fact and what is fiction. Low-carbohydrate diets are not a new dietary concept by...

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Caffeine and Performance

Caffeine is a widely used, socially acceptable stimulant.

It is found naturally in the leaves, beans and fruits of a variety of plants. The most common dietary sources of caffeine include...

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Recipe: Chicken Curry

This dish is a nice way to pack in the veggies for the day. We often as athletes concentrate so hard on getting enough protein and carbs and forget about the nutrient dense, heart protective, gut...

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Recipe: Vegetable and Lamb Skewers

Sometimes beef is boring so we’ve included the delightful lamb in this recipe to spice things up. Still a respectable source of protein and if you serve these skewers with a grain salad...

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Recipe: Veg and Ham Frittata

Eggs are legit the original superfood. They contain every nutrient known to humans with the exception of Vitamin C. This frittata is packed with them and would be an excellent post short-race meal...

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Recipe: Chocolate Chia Pudding

Quickest, easiest brekkie out there. Chia seeds provide a good source of omega 3 healthy fats for recovery!

Consider topping with muesli for some additional carbs or including your protein powder...

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Recipe: Overnight Oats

Oats are a great source of low GI sustain energy! We highly recommend using whole oats and not processed oats if you’re hoping to get through a busy morning of meetings. By choosing a yoghurt...

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