The Eat for Endurance Podcast

28: Gastrointestinal Issues & Athletes - A chat with Registered Dietitian, Anne Mauney

July 31, 2020 Claire Shorenstein, MS RD CDN Season 2 Episode 28
The Eat for Endurance Podcast
28: Gastrointestinal Issues & Athletes - A chat with Registered Dietitian, Anne Mauney
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28: Gastrointestinal Issues & Athletes - A chat with Registered Dietitian, Anne Mauney
Jul 31, 2020 Season 2 Episode 28
Claire Shorenstein, MS RD CDN

Welcome to Episode 28 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Anne Mauney, MPH RD. 

Anne is a DC area based Registered Dietitian as well as a mother, a runner, and a lover of travel, adventure, the great outdoors, and healthy recipe creation. She has a blog called fAnnetastic food and she has her own nutrition counseling private practice to help clients improve their relationships with food via an intuitive eating approach. 

This episode covers a topic that many athletes and especially runners have likely experienced at some point in their training and/or events - gastrointestinal (GI) issues. It’s a very common complaint, and obviously can result in inadequate fueling and reduced performance. I know in-person races have been cancelled, but many people are still training hard (myself included), racing virtually, and/or challenging themselves in other ways. So, I thought that this would still be a great topic to cover with another RD! It can be daunting trying to figure out the “right” combo of what to eat before, during, and after workouts and events, with all the products on the market and a variety of (often conflicting) info floating around out there. Our discussion really only scratched the surface, but I hope it still helps some of my listeners who are struggling! And of course, if you ever need professional and more detailed, individualized assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or another Sports RD for help. 

I recorded this episode exactly two months ago, right before I headed out to Santa Cruz, CA to be with my family for the Summer. After so many months being stuck inside in our tiny NYC apartment, it’s been AMAZING to be back in nature. E and I have been able to run together and reconnect with our beloved trails in the Redwood forest - we hadn’t done either in over a year, and it's been very special. We're training to do a big chunk of the Skyline to Sea trail in mid August - stay tuned for my next podcast episode detailing our training, fueling, and how our “event” goes! 

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Show Notes

Welcome to Episode 28 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Anne Mauney, MPH RD. 

Anne is a DC area based Registered Dietitian as well as a mother, a runner, and a lover of travel, adventure, the great outdoors, and healthy recipe creation. She has a blog called fAnnetastic food and she has her own nutrition counseling private practice to help clients improve their relationships with food via an intuitive eating approach. 

This episode covers a topic that many athletes and especially runners have likely experienced at some point in their training and/or events - gastrointestinal (GI) issues. It’s a very common complaint, and obviously can result in inadequate fueling and reduced performance. I know in-person races have been cancelled, but many people are still training hard (myself included), racing virtually, and/or challenging themselves in other ways. So, I thought that this would still be a great topic to cover with another RD! It can be daunting trying to figure out the “right” combo of what to eat before, during, and after workouts and events, with all the products on the market and a variety of (often conflicting) info floating around out there. Our discussion really only scratched the surface, but I hope it still helps some of my listeners who are struggling! And of course, if you ever need professional and more detailed, individualized assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or another Sports RD for help. 

I recorded this episode exactly two months ago, right before I headed out to Santa Cruz, CA to be with my family for the Summer. After so many months being stuck inside in our tiny NYC apartment, it’s been AMAZING to be back in nature. E and I have been able to run together and reconnect with our beloved trails in the Redwood forest - we hadn’t done either in over a year, and it's been very special. We're training to do a big chunk of the Skyline to Sea trail in mid August - stay tuned for my next podcast episode detailing our training, fueling, and how our “event” goes! 

More about Anne:

Other Announcements:

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