Building a relationship with a registered dietitian can benefit your club, even if you do not bring the dietitian on staff. Photo by Thinkstock.
Maybe your club has a diabetic member who is trying to lose weight, or a high school athlete who needs to build muscle for her next game. Regardless of their individual goals, nutrition will play a big part in whether they get results. "Studies show that exercise alone is great and nutrition is great, but the combination of both is the perfect marriage," says Jim White, spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and owner of Jim White Fitness and Nutrition Studios, ...
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