Insider nutrition from Bratislava’s Hockey Medicine Conference

29 June, 2016 ,

How to Educate Young Hockey Players Throughout a Season


Sports Dietitians can work at 3 levels to improve sports nutrition habits. Level 1 is to provide resources such as a hockey sports nutrition guide; Level 2 is to provide group services such as a group nutrition session; and Level 3 is to provide individual nutrient recommendations and food prescriptions. Be careful when setting up level 2 activities as some research has shown that large group settings are not effective. Frequent, small group sessions are key to educating young hockey players. Use videos such as this one to present information snippets to your hockey players.

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Pearle Nerenberg

Pearle Nerenberg, MSc., R.D. is Canada’s leading expert on hockey nutrition, and author of the book The Nutrition Edge for Hockey Performance. She co-founded and chairs the Hockey Nutrition Network, an international non-profit organization dedicated to linking hockey players with top sports dietitians who have an expertise in hockey nutrition.

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