Category: SPORT PERFORMANCE

Protein-Packed Vegetarian Penne Bolognese – Meal Prep Friendly Recipe

Featuring TVP & high-protein pasta this meal is packed with protein – 32g per serving in fact! Making it a…

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Eliza Stankovic – Australian Paralympian & Silver Medalist

Let’s start with 3 facts about you? I adore cooking, especially creating new combinations of foods we don’t typically think…

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Nutrition Recommendations for Multiple Day Events & Tournaments in Team Sports

Blog Post by Student Dietitian, Madison Prendergast Sports such as Oz tag, touch football, rugby 7’s, netball, AFL, athletics, gymnastics,…

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Amy Sommerville

Meet netball player Amy Sommerville! Amy has been working with our nutritionist Christina to help her fuel her performance on…

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Magnesium Supplementing to improve athletic performance: Fact or Fiction?

Written by Student Dietitian & OzTag Athlete – Madison Prendergast   Whether you’re an athlete, or just love your local…

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What is Hypothalamic Amenorrhea?

Hypothalamic amenorrhea (HA) is a long title to describe a condition in which your menstrual cycle stops for a few…

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Hydration in Sport

During exercise, water is required to maintain your blood volume and regulate our core body temperature. You lose water during…

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Fuelling guide

Fuelling guide Make sure that you are fuelling with the right foods at the right time. Type & Timing Improve…

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What to Eat Before & During an Event

Pre-Training Pre-training meal or snack One of the first things clients see me after we alter their performance nutrition is…

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Why does Glycaemic Index matter in sport?

Providing your body with fuel is essential and will help to ensure you can perform at your best.   Carbohydrates…

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FODMAP Friendly Fuelling

Fuelling your body with the energy and nutrients it needs before a training session or game is an important aspect…

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Importance of Iron in Sport

What is iron? Iron is an essential mineral that you obtain through your diet. The body requires iron for many…

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Top 5 Mindsets for Achieving your Health and Wellness Goals

We all have those foods that we love but know are probably more nourishing to our minds than our bodies….

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Should you take creatine?

Creatine is one of the most talked about supplements on the market. However, with all of this talk comes many…

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What to Eat After Training

Food provides the building blocks for recovery and adaptations. Adequate nutrition speeds up the recovery process and maximizes the extent…

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What to eat during training

You’re halfway through your training session and are starting to feel light headed, fatigued and its getting difficult to move…

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How to Carb Load for Optimal Performance

The term carb loading gets thrown around as a joke on pizza and pasta night but what does it actually…

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Stability for Runners

By Physiotherapist Cailen Gothard         So you’re a runner.   Maybe you’re the kind who enjoys a…

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Iron for athletes: why, how much and where from?

You’ve heard it 10000x – you need iron to run well. But do you actually know why? Or how much…

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The best half-time foods for athletes

It’s currently nearing the end of many sporting seasons and a lot of our clients are preparing for finals and…

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Vitamin B12 – The basics

By All Bodies Intern Chelsea Blissett Vitamin B12 is a vitamin commonly thrown around in television  advertisements about foods and…

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Should you use a pre-workout?

By Clare Keating – All Bodies Nutritionist and Ex-Chef   To start off, if you are an elite athlete that…

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Should you eat before you workout?

By Hannah – All Bodies Director and Accredited Practising Dietitian   Prefer a video explanation? Click here or scroll down…

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How sleep affects your athletic performance

When it comes to athletic performance whether you are an elite athlete or a first timer in the gym, increasing…

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Is going low carb healthy?

In the world of diet culture, many of us have been told to go low carb or cut out carbs…

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What does protein quality mean?

Not all protein sources are equal. In fact, where you get your protein from can significantly impact your results in…

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Salted Caramel Recovery Smoothie

What should you eat after training?   There are 2 parts to post-training nutrition: Your initial post-training meal Your standard…

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The Effect of Keto on Bone Health

Everyone has an opinion about keto. Based on what I’ve heard, you either love it or you hate it. However,…

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Nutrition for Sports Performance Part 1: What to eat before you train

Are you training for a competition or upcoming event? A lot of people will spend hours and hours training their…

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Does dieting affect your sports performance?

We have all heard the advice; “To perform better you must train harder” “You have to get your nutrition perfect”…

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How to cut weight in weight-sensitive sports

By Nick Berlin   Weight sensitive athletes commonly reduce bodyweight to compete in weight divisions below their day-to-day training weight….

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Keeping Your Cool on Game Day – Tips for Lowering Body Temperature

By Grace Ingram   While sweating up a storm can be a satisfying signal of a good workout, when it…

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Fuelling running vs strength training

Whether gym closures have you switching from strength training to running, or you just want to incorporate more running into…

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Do Collagen Supplements Actually Work?

By Grace Ingram   There is no shortage of shiny statements in mainstream media about the benefits of collagen supplements….

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3 ways to make meal prep easier

By Clare Keating – Nutritionist and Ex-Chef Does meal prep feel daunting and stressful?   Do you picture spending hours…

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Energy Balance, Metabolism & Dieting

  By Tayla Clegg (Athlete  & Student Dietitian, SCU) & Samantha Staines (ADP) The term “Your body is a machine”…

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Intermittent fasting for athletes: Does it affect performance?

Over recent years, intermittent fasting (IF) has gained popularity, being promoted by many as a superior diet for weight loss,…

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Protein Requirements for Vegetarian Athletes

Protein is one of the 3 key macronutrients (macronutrients being the proteins, carbohydrates, and fats that predominantly make up our…

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Nutrition Strategies to Prevent Runner’s Gut

Has this ever happened to you? You’re in the middle of your training session, and out of nowhere, you feel…

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