Monthly Archives: December 2018

Wildly inconsistent nutritional information from USA Swimming

USA Swimming offers lots of odd, out-dated, and ill-informed nutritional advice to young swimmers. This series of posts are offered as a corrective. Moving on to “Tips for Consistent Nutrition” – By Chris Rosenbloom, PhD, RDN, CSSD (Tuesday, March 21, … Continue reading

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Do young athletes risk their future health when they eat saturated fat?

But wait! Don’t the origins of cardiovascular disease begin at an early age and progress into adulthood, and isn’t elevated dietary fat intake associated with the development of cardiovascular disease? Let’s take a look at some typical research in this field: … Continue reading

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USA Swimming gives some bad nutritional advice on dietary fat

USA Swimming offers lots of odd, out-dated, and ill-informed nutritional advice to young swimmers. This series of posts are offered as a corrective. Today we consider “Clearing the Confusion on Fat” written by Chris Rosenbloom Ph.D., RDN, CSSD. Let’s jump right … Continue reading

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