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The last few posts have been about setting up your personal nutrition plan. The last post pulled it all together for those who want to maintain their weight. What if you want to lose weight or fat? In order to lose weight, you should eat fewer calories than you burn – you need to create…(Read More)

The last four posts have involved determining how many calories, protein, fat, and carbohydrates you need each day. This post will describe how to pull all of this information together into a plan for you. First, determine how many calories you need. Sandy, our marathoner, has an estimated Resting Metabolic Rate of 1337 calories. We…(Read More)

On May 18, I participated alongside the “REFUEL | “got chocolate milk?TM” Campaign during Ironman Texas in Woodlands, TX. I was excited to see so many athletes taking a carton…or two…or eight…at the REFUEL tent at the Finish Line! I have been a big believer of lowfat chocolate milk as an effective…(Read More)

Fat Needs for Athletes

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Last week we covered protein needs for athletes. This week we will look at fat needs for athletes. Fat is often misunderstood by athletes and those trying to lose weight. They think that they need to minimize fat in order to “lean out” or lose weight. However, our bodies need some fat to help absorb…(Read More)

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