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    Question Sports dietitian

    Hi all,

    Just wanted to know if anyone has used a sports dietitian to help with their diet/ training?

    Just wanted to know how you found it and if you thought it was worth it. Also did it help to reach your goals?

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    It does help if you are a complete beginner. However you will get to a point where you will next to do self experimentation because the diet is personal. Ie. what works for you isn't the same as what works for other people.
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    Originally Posted by catskills View Post
    It does help if you are a complete beginner. However you will get to a point where you will next to do self experimentation because the diet is personal. Ie. what works for you isn't the same as what works for other people.
    I agree. It also depends on the actual sport you do. You're gonna have to adjust it often until you find the perfect balance. It's good to depend on dietitian/ trainer at beginning and when you start hearing your own self you just move away.
    you are what you eat
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    agreed!
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