When hungry Olympians line up at the training table, nutritional components take the gold on a powered-up menu.
Adam Korzun, MS, RD, LDN, dietitian for the United States Olympic Committee's Food & Nutrition Services, put his own training to the test alongside the athletes at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games last summer. Korzun points out that while the power-packed nutrition he prepares for the training table can get athletes in shape for the biggest event of their lives, winning isn't everything, and good nutrition on the training table menu is a marathon — not a sprint. Up to 557 athletes and ...
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