Nutrition

Nutrition

carina harkin nutritionistNutritionists apply knowledge of the therapeutic and preventive potential of food, diet and supplements including vitamins, minerals and trace elements to maintain and promote our patient's health. The nutritionist may plan appropriate patient-based diets and prescribe nutritional supplements for general well being, or to treat clients with specific health conditions. Studies in nutrition are supported by a strong underpinning of biological and social sciences subjects.

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Rugby Meal Plan

rugby meal planThe following meal plans provide sufficient levels of all nutrients and sustained, slow release low GI carbohydrates to help provide energy for long and intense training sessions. The plan is a general guide, and portion sizes will need to be adapted to suit your daily routine. Eat a variety of different meats/fish, complex carbohydrates, fruit and vegetables every day, and drink plenty of water. Don't forget to carb load you need to taper your exercise for 1-4 days before the match.

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Sport Nutrition

sports nutritionSports nutrition is the study and practice of nutrition and diet with a view to improving athletic performance and promoting recovery. Nutrition is an important part of many sports training regimens, being popular in strength sports and endurance sports such as cycling, running, swimming and rowing. Your Training Diet should be a Healthy Diet.

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