Fitness and food are the keys to good health, but even for athletes and gym-goers, nutrition can be hard to figure out. Whether you struggle losing those last few pounds or you hit the wall when you go long, changing how you think about food can make all the difference.
In Sweat. Eat. Repeat., registered dietitian Pamela Nisevich Bede will help you take charge of your diet. Over her 90-day guided program, Bede can help you improve your nutrition as well as your habits and attitudes about food. You’ll start by using the journal’s worksheets to track your daily meals. Bede will guide you to identify your food habits and show how they affect your weight, energy levels, health, and daily performance. Then she’ll coach you on how to improve your nutrition so you feel better, look better, and perform at your best.
While nutrition is a science, eating is emotional. Bede knows this from her daily work with athletes. In Sweat. Eat. Repeat., Bede will lead you to a more mindful, positive relationship with food that will better support you in your sports, at the gym, and in your everyday life.
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About the Author
Pamela Nisevich Bede, MS, RD, CSSD, LD, is an open-minded and sought-after nutrition coach who has guided thousands of athletes, active people, and weight-loss warriors towards their goals of better health and performance. She works as a Medical Manager for Abbott Nutrition, maker of ZonePerfect nutrition products, and title sponsor of the Abbott World Marathon Majors marathon series. Bede is herself an elite runner on the PowerBar Team Elite and Brooks Running ID program, columnist for Runner’s World magazine, and author of the running for weight loss book, Run to Lose. She has appeared as a nutrition expert on NBC and CBS affiliates and in Today’s Dietitian, IDEA Fitness Journal, and My Family Doctor. As a nutrition consultant, Bede works with athletes of all ages and abilities, developing meal plans for individuals and teams, developing race day nutrition strategies, and lecturing on nutrition-related acute and chronic diseases.
Table of Contents
How to Use a Food Journal
Healthy Diet Hacks
Meal Prep 101
Diets 101: Paleo, Keto, low carb, Whole30, gluten free
Your Energy Needs
Macronutrients: Carbs, Protein, Fat
What’s holding you back?
What type of eater are you?
Setting Your Nutrition Goal
Fuel for the Long Run
90-Day Daily Food Journal
About the Author