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Megabite has a great variety of courses on a wide range of Nutrition topics, with more released each month
Learn about how to fuel for brick sessions, recovery days and ultimately the big event. Getting your nutrition and hydration sorted for Ironman competitors is essential for success, whether recreational or elite. Advanced Sports Dietitian Sally Garrard shares advice and a full race day nutrition plan for athletes, coaches and clinicians to use to prepare for these gruelling events.
Professor Louise Burke provides an overview of the history of fluid guidelines for endurance sport, and the evolution of the latest hydration recommendations. Prof. Burke discusses the implications of over-hydration and Exercise Associated Hyponatremia, and provides clear guidelines for symptoms, treatment and prevention.
Training and competing in Fitness and Figure sport is challenging mentally, physically and nutritionally. Dietitian Angie Clark provides an experienced insight into how to eat, drink and train just the right amount to get lean, and have plump muscles and great vascularity on show day.
LCHF (Low Carbohydrate Healthy Fat) is proving to be popular for many athletes and people with insulin insufficiency, or those just wanting to make a lifestyle change. Dietitian Dr. Caryn Zinn presents the biochemistry and physiological principles behind LCHF diets, and how to apply these into your lifestyle.