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    Eat to Win
    Nutritionist, Certified Personal Trainer and WINForum Advisor, Emily Edison M.S.R.D., explains how eating good fat is good in a student athlete’s diet.
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    Weighing In
    John O'Kane, M.D. Head Team Physician, UW Athletics shares coaching strategies for dealing with weight issues in young athletes.
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    The Science of
    Sports Nutrition
    Educator and WINForum Nutrition Advisor, Susan Adams, answers questions from middle and high school female athletes about sports nutrition at the Chief Leschi School summer camp. Read more
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    The Right Way
    to Make Weight
    CWU Professor and Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, Kelly Pritchett, talks to coaches about the basic nutritional needs for student athletes, and the adverse effects of fad diets for athletic performance
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    what's in
    your bag
    Kristi Tamaki R.D. and WINForum Advisor explains ‘what should be in your bag’ for good nutrition hydration & recovery for day long tournaments and meet events to coaches & students Read more

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Since 2003, the Washington Interscholastic Nutrition Forum (WINForum) has conducted and digitally recorded objective nutrition clinics for hundreds of coaches, athletic trainers, student athletes and their parents. Clinic presenters answer questions and provide relevant nutrition information that is used to fuel the WINForum.org website, and social media. The WINForum recommends a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, protein and low-fat or fat-free dairy.


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WIAA Coaches Express

Saturday, November 16, 2013 at Kentlake High School, Emily Edison, M.S., R.D., spoke to a room full of coaches about “How to talk with your athlete about nutrition for performance"

Download Emily’s presentation here.

Read recap here.


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Holiday Eating - During the Holidays, Emily Edison, Sports Dietitian suggests the 80/20 principle.

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