After researching and experimenting with her own diet and supplementation for several years whilst training in various martial arts as well as general conditioning, and working as a personal trainer and sports massage therapist, Claire decided to pursue a qualification in sports nutrition to enhance her knowledge of the human body, and how to get the most out of it. As a sports nutritionist, Claire can analyse your current diet and eating habits, and suggest improvements to help you with your physical activity and recovery. Claire will work with you to find improvements that suit your lifestyle and preferences – and as a vegan herself, she is more than happy to work with alternative diets!
Why sports nutrition?
Although the general principles of sound nutrition practices apply to sports nutrition, sports nutrition is specifically geared to understanding what happens to the body during exercise, and how the food or drink you consume can support and enhance your physical activity. Key areas of focus are what you eat or drink (or any supplements you take) immediately before, during, and immediately after a workout, but will also consider your overall dietary habits and lifestyle.
What can I expect from my sports nutritionist?
A non-judgemental, evidence-based approach to establishing a healthy, balanced diet that works for you, your training, and your lifestyle in the long term.
What happens in my consultation?
First, we will meet for about 30-45 minutes to discuss your goals and lifestyle. We will go over how to keep a food diary, which you will keep for three days before sending or giving it to me. I will assess your food and drink intake and compile a report for you, along with my recommendations and suggestions, which I will give you and we will go over in our final 45-60 minute meeting.
Your investment is £120 which includes both consultations and your report.