Amy Stephens


Licensed dietitian

specializing in sports nutrition

and eating disorders

Blog and Press

Delicious Recovery Smoothie Ideas for Athletes

These are great for after a workout because they contain the perfect balance of protein and carbohydrates. They also have plenty of antioxidants to help with tissue repair. Smoothies are a delicious and easy way to refuel and recover after a tough workout. Packed with protein, carbs, and antioxidants, these recovery smoothie ideas are perfect for athletes looking to optimize performance and recovery.

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Fuel Your Body: A Week of Nutritious Dinners for Athletes

As an athlete, what you eat is crucial to fueling your body and providing the necessary nutrients to support your training and competition. However, it can be challenging to come up with new and healthy meal ideas each week. That’s why I’ve put together a list of weekly dinners that are perfect for athletes!

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Easy LUNCH ideas for athletes

Lunchtime is an opportunity to replenish nutrients from your morning workout or prepare your body for an evening workout. Plan out lunches to ensure you have a variety of foods in your home to prepare meals.

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Athlete’s Guide to Optimizing Bone Health

Bone stress injuries (BSI) such as stress fractures and stress reactions are common among athletes with a lifetime prevalence of 40%. They can happen suddenly, just as an athlete might be peaking with training. Most injuries can take about two months to recover. Newer research has identified certain risk factors to help prevent bone stress injuries.

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Best Nutrition Bars for Athletes

I always recommend a food first approach but sometimes fresh food isn’t always available. Athletes have high energy demands, and in order to maintain a positive energy balance, athletes need to eat throughout the day.

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Eating Disorders in Athletes: Impact on Performance

Eating disorders affect an athlete both mentally and physically and have significant impacts on performance. This blog will discuss the prevalence of eating disorders, identify warning signs in athletes, distinguish the differences and similarities to relative energy deficiency syndrome (REDS), and provide resources for those struggling to seek help.

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