Should runners diet to lose weight? Find out from our sports nutrition expert!
In this episode,
We have Jenn Giles from Eat 4 Sport on the show to educate us on what food we should be eating and when we should eat those foods to not only lose weight but run at our best as we age. We also talk about how much we should be drinking, protein intake for aging runners, nutrition during and after menopause, healthy snacking for shift workers and so much more! Jenn is a board certified sports dietitian, speaker, writer, exercise physiologist, triathlon coach & RRCA running coach and a true expert on this topic.
Listen to the Podcast Episode during your next run!
Here are some of the questions that were answered during this very informative chat:
Link for the free self assessment mentioned during this episode: https://eat4sport.mykajabi.com/pl/243137
Connect with Jennifer Giles:
Facebook Community: The Sports Nutrition Hub
Facebook: Jennifer O’Donnell Giles
Facebook Page: JennGiles Eat4Sport
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Thank you (running friends) for taking the time to read and I hope you enjoy the podcast episode!
Duane Scotti, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS
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Working with Duane has been a game-changer for my running. I’ve been in an endless cycle of injuries for the past five years and needed to make a change.
I connected with Duane through his Healthy Runner Facebook group, and then we began our virtual physical therapy visits. Virtual sessions work great for me because I’m constantly traveling and can access care wherever I reside. Even though I’m not in the clinic, I still receive the same quality of experience!
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