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Demystifying Sports Nutrition

  • By Sabrina Grotewold
  • Published Jul. 8, 2013
  • Updated Oct. 1, 2013 at 6:45 AM UTC
A diet that is laden with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables will slow the aging process and its effects on performance. Photo: Scott Draper/Competitor

Straightforward tips and expert secrets to help you perform better and recover faster.

Good nutrition advice for endurance athletes may appear simple: Eat whole foods often. But practical application of this principle complicates matters.

We conferred with some of the most respected sports nutritionists, physiologists and elite athletes in the endurance world to provide trend-free insight into what endurance athletes need for optimal health and performance.

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Sabrina Grotewold

Sabrina Grotewold

Sabrina Grotewold is runner and editor based in southern California. Christened the Kitchen MacGyver by her husband, she’s determined to persuade people to eat their veggies.

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