The Eat for Endurance Podcast

14: Ask Me Anything #2

November 24, 2019 Claire Shorenstein, MS RD CDN Season 1 Episode 13
The Eat for Endurance Podcast
14: Ask Me Anything #2
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The Eat for Endurance Podcast
14: Ask Me Anything #2
Nov 24, 2019 Season 1 Episode 13
Claire Shorenstein, MS RD CDN

Hey guys! I’m excited to bring to you my second Ask Me Anything episode, which also is my first episode recorded post-baby. It’s a short one but I’m still amazed I was able to get this done towards the end of my 7-week-old’s morning nap, without any crying interrupting me (just a doorbell, cause you know, endless Amazon packages of who knows what I ordered in my middle of the night delirium…). This is a completely unedited, recorded in one-go episode FYI - but there's some good stuff in there, so I hope you enjoy my sleep-deprived rambling! 

Here are a few of the topics that we cover in this episode:

  • How to handle upcoming holiday-related food situations, including not having access to foods you like and/or "healthy" foods, feeling pressure to eat more than you want (hello, Italian and Jewish family members), overeating / restricting, and responding to negative feedback / comments from family and friends
  • Recovery after a marathon or other endurance effort 
  • Nutrition information for women in their 50s (stay tuned for a dedicated episode on this topic in Season 2)
  • Nutrition information for younger athletes (we covered this in detail in Episode 7)
  • Managing hunger during training - the role of planned snacks, plus meal timing
  • Protein needs for women vs men post-workout
  • Post-workout snacks on the go

Thanks again for your questions! And remember, the best nutrition advice is individualized, so don't hesitate to reach out to me (or another) RD if you feel you need more assistance! And please keep sending me questions for my next Ask Me Anything episode - email me anytime at [email protected].

Disclaimer & Announcements:

  •  Please help keep this podcast ad-free by visiting my Patreon Page
  •  Please show your support by leaving a rating and/or review on iTunes 
  •  All information provided is for educational and entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to replace individual medical and nutrition recommendations

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/eatforendurance)

Show Notes

Hey guys! I’m excited to bring to you my second Ask Me Anything episode, which also is my first episode recorded post-baby. It’s a short one but I’m still amazed I was able to get this done towards the end of my 7-week-old’s morning nap, without any crying interrupting me (just a doorbell, cause you know, endless Amazon packages of who knows what I ordered in my middle of the night delirium…). This is a completely unedited, recorded in one-go episode FYI - but there's some good stuff in there, so I hope you enjoy my sleep-deprived rambling! 

Here are a few of the topics that we cover in this episode:

  • How to handle upcoming holiday-related food situations, including not having access to foods you like and/or "healthy" foods, feeling pressure to eat more than you want (hello, Italian and Jewish family members), overeating / restricting, and responding to negative feedback / comments from family and friends
  • Recovery after a marathon or other endurance effort 
  • Nutrition information for women in their 50s (stay tuned for a dedicated episode on this topic in Season 2)
  • Nutrition information for younger athletes (we covered this in detail in Episode 7)
  • Managing hunger during training - the role of planned snacks, plus meal timing
  • Protein needs for women vs men post-workout
  • Post-workout snacks on the go

Thanks again for your questions! And remember, the best nutrition advice is individualized, so don't hesitate to reach out to me (or another) RD if you feel you need more assistance! And please keep sending me questions for my next Ask Me Anything episode - email me anytime at [email protected].

Disclaimer & Announcements:

  •  Please help keep this podcast ad-free by visiting my Patreon Page
  •  Please show your support by leaving a rating and/or review on iTunes 
  •  All information provided is for educational and entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to replace individual medical and nutrition recommendations

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/eatforendurance)