sportnutrition

The first job with sport nutrition and T1D

My first professional speaking gig on sport nutrition with type-1 diabetes is booked and I am super stoked!!!

Covid-19 calls for running 'fasted' with T1D

With Covid-19 calling on me to do more fasted runs than I’m used to, I looked to the science for the T1D specific recommendations and then weighed those with reality.

Covid-19 calls for running ‘fasted’ with T1D

With Covid-19 calling on me to do more fasted runs than I’m used to, I looked to the science for the T1D specific recommendations and then weighed those with reality.

Post-race nutrition: replenish, rebuild, rehydrate

The year was 2010. The date was October 10. It was the Portland Marathon, my first marathon. I had just crossed the finish line. And after more than 4 hours of alternating between sucking back GU gels and sipping a lemon-lime electrolyte drink, the last thing my belly wanted was food. The thought of a banana roiled my stomach. The thought of breads, pretzels, cookies, candy turned my face green. Pretty much anything presented on the post-marathon food table had feelings of retch creeping up into my esophagus. I grabbed a Greek yogurt cup; no joke it took me 3 hours to get it all down! How many of you have been in this situation? I’m betting quite a few. It’s a common one. The high consumption of fast-acting sugars during an endurance race, and the constant up and down force that our stomachs endure, especially in those long-distance runs …

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