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Top Sports Nutrition Myths & Misconceptions

On this podcast episode, Angie Asche breaks down common popular diets and top sports nutrition myths and misconceptions.

The Greenletes Podcast welcomes Angie Asche, a board-certified specialist in sports dietetics and a certified clinical exercise physiologist. Angie realized her passion for sports nutrition and consulting athletes one-on-one early on in her career, which led her to launch her private practice, Eleat Sports Nutrition.

Since founding her company, she has worked with hundreds of high school, college, and professional athletes nationwide. She is also the author of the book Fuel Your Body, which will be released May 11th

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In this episode

Natalie and Angie chat through common diets, like keto, intermittent fasting and macro counting. We also discuss sports nutrition myths, like:

  • Lower body fat always equals an improvement in performance.
  • Your body can only absorb 20-30 grams of protein per meal.
  • Endurance athletes have lower protein needs than strength athletes.
  • Coconut water is more hydrating than a sports drink.
  • If you’re craving a certain food, your body needs those nutrients.

Resources

Follow Angie on IG @eleatnutrition and visit her website www.eleatnutrition.com
Pre-order her book (affiliate link): Fuel Your Body

And don’t forget to follow @greenletes  and visit www.greenletes.com

We appreciate your feedback!! Submit questions and recommendations for future episodes to podcast@greenletes.com

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I’m Natalie Rizzo, an NYC-based Registered Dietitian.

My mission is to help everyday athletes fuel their fitness with plants.

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