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NOCO Sport Nutrition

NOCO Sport Nutrition
Katie is a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics and she has a diverse experience in nutrition. She worked with collegiate athletes while consulting for the athletic departments at both Colorado State University and the University of Colorado as a sports dietitian. She is also a member of the United States Olympic Committee registry of sports dietitians.

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Many people work 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. They may workout or train for an hour or two during their busy work day, but there is not enough time for long bike rides, long runs, hiking big mountains, or doing anything epic or adventurous. This is what the weekends are for.

We tend to spend more time indoors during the colder winter months and that means less fresh air and more time spent in close quarters with other people. If you are around other sick people, this can be a recipe for getting sick. Cold and flu season often lasts from early October through early...

The holidays are a time to spend with family and friends, but food is a central part of the holiday tradition for most people. This includes candy on Halloween, huge portions of turkey and pie on Thanksgiving, and cookies galore for Christmas. Along with all the food, many people tend to be less...

Alcohol does have an impact on athletic performance, but the effect depends on the quantity consumed, genetics, demographics, and exercise being performed. This makes it difficult to make exact recommendations for alcohol intake. However, there are a few things to consider with alcohol intake on...

Eating after a workout is also known as recovery nutrition. The foods you eat after a workout can have a significant impact on how your body responds to the workout and how your body adapts. Physical adaptations include improvements in strength and cardiovascular fitness. After an intense...

You may think that skipping the pre-workout meal will save calories. Don’t make this mistake. The pre-workout meal might make the difference between a mediocre workout and a great workout. Make sure you are fueling your body correctly to maximize results. Here are some common questions...
Having a healthy diet and reaching your health and fitness goals starts at the grocery store. Being a savvy grocery shopper is underrated. Many people dread going to the grocery store, but this is usually because they are not doing the necessary prep work to ensure their shopping trip is a...

It is kind of weird to think of having a relationship with food. When I think of a relationship I often think of my connections with other people. My husband, my friends, my coworkers, my boss, or my family, etc. I don’t often think of my relationship with food. The truth is, whether we like it...

Inflammation is a risk factor for many chronic illnesses, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes. There are two types of inflammation- acute and chronic. Acute inflammation is a normal and short-lived physiological response (lasting minutes to days) to an injury, irritation, or...

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