Sports Nutrition Tips: Nutrition advice for teenage athletes

Sports Nutrition Tips: Nutrition advice for teenage athletes

In this video, Julie Burns, Chicago Blackhawks team nutritionist and ProTips4U contributor talks about proper nutrition for teenage athletes.

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Julie Burns, MS, RD, CCN is founder of SportFuel, Inc. and Eat Like the Pros® — an integrative sports nutrition and wellness consulting firm and organic meal delivery service. Current and past clients include the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team, Chicago White Sox baseball team, Chicago Bears football team, Chicago Bulls basketball team, Northwestern University’s varsity teams, and individual pro and elite athletes.

Julie previously served as Director of Research at the Chicago Center for Clinical Research, where she specialized in cardiovascular experimental nutritionals and pharmaceuticals. She has an adjunct faculty appointment at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in the Department of Nutrition.

Julie earned her bachelor degree in Dietetics from the University of Illinois and her Masters of Science in Clinical Dietetics from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. Julie is a registered and licensed dietitian (R.D, L.D.) in the state of Illinois and is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN) and IACCN). Julie is a member of Nutritionists in Complementary Care (NCC) and Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists (SCAN), practice groups of the American Dietetic Association.

Her nutritional videos focus on the proper nutrition for before, during and after a workout or sporting activity as well as how to choose the right food for sustained energy.

Hydration,  Sports Nutrition and Performance | Sports Nutrition Certification

Hydration, Sports Nutrition and Performance | Sports Nutrition Certification

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This video is one which is included in your NESTA Sports Nutrition Specialist Certification. Water is essential to maintain blood volume, regulate body temperature and allow muscle contractions to take place. During exercise, the main way the body maintains optimal body temperature is by sweating. Drinking fluid during exercise is necessary to replace fluids lost in sweat. Hydration Tips for Better Athletic Performance. Not only is eating the right types of foods extremely important for your athletic performance, but drinking enough fluids is also essential for optimal performance. Staying hydrated enables your body to provide adequate circulation to both your muscles and body surface.

Not only is eating the right types of foods extremely important for your athletic performance, but drinking enough fluids is also essential for optimal performance. Staying hydrated enables your body to provide adequate circulation to both your muscles and body surface.

A mere 1 percent dehydration level will hinder your athletic performance and health. Signs of dehydration are fatigue, headache, light-headedness, dry mouth and dark-colored urine.

Sports Nutrition Tips: Common mistakes athletes make when eating food

Sports Nutrition Tips: Common mistakes athletes make when eating food

What are the top 3 mistakes people make when it comes to food? Chicago Blackhawks team nutritionist and Pro Tips contributor Julie Burns has the answers for you.

In this video Julie Burns talks about how she developed her love of sports nutrition.

Julie’s ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/Julie-Burns-Nutrition-Tips

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u
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Julie Burns, MS, RD, CCN is founder of SportFuel, Inc. and Eat Like the Pros® — an integrative sports nutrition and wellness consulting firm and organic meal delivery service. Current and past clients include the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team, Chicago White Sox baseball team, Chicago Bears football team, Chicago Bulls basketball team, Northwestern University’s varsity teams, and individual pro and elite athletes.

Julie previously served as Director of Research at the Chicago Center for Clinical Research, where she specialized in cardiovascular experimental nutritionals and pharmaceuticals. She has an adjunct faculty appointment at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in the Department of Nutrition.

Julie earned her bachelor degree in Dietetics from the University of Illinois and her Masters of Science in Clinical Dietetics from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. Julie is a registered and licensed dietitian (R.D, L.D.) in the state of Illinois and is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN) and IACCN). Julie is a member of Nutritionists in Complementary Care (NCC) and Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists (SCAN), practice groups of the American Dietetic Association.

Her nutritional videos focus on the proper nutrition for before, during and after a workout or sporting activity as well as how to choose the right food for sustained energy.

Sports Dietitian Fuels Elite Student Athletes

Sports Dietitian Fuels Elite Student Athletes

Assistant director of performance nutrition at Texas A&M University, Jonathan Tanguay, MS, RDN, LD, fuels student athletes for peak performance. This video was part of a compilation shown at Opening Session of the 2017 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo.