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2014 Supplement symposium : Day 2, Practice of Quality Supplementation Processes : session 2 - food & medicine - combining food, supplements and performance / Alison Garth: 13-14/02/2014.

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Record Number 511185
Item Type E Resource
Video
Meeting Name 2014 Supplement Symposium. Conference (2014 : Canberra, ACT)
Title 2014 Supplement symposium : Day 2, Practice of Quality Supplementation Processes : session 2 - food & medicine - combining food, supplements and performance / Alison Garth 13-14/02/2014.
Portion of title Day 2, Practice of Quality Supplementation Processes : Build capacity for all members to be high functioning sports dietitians : food & medicine - combining food, supplements and performance.
Published 2014
Description 1 streaming video (approximately 8 min. ) : mp4 file.
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Notes Conference held at Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra on 13th and 14th February 2014.
Presenter Presenter : Alison Garth is an Advanced Sports Dietitian who currently consults to the Melbourne Rebels rugby union squad, AFL Level 1 Academy program, sub-elite athletes in private practice as well as being SDA’s ‘in-house’ Sports Dietitian. She has previously been a Fellow at the Australian Institute of Sport and has had roles with the ACT Brumbies, Cricket NSW and the ACT Academy of Sport. Alison has completed the IOC Diploma of Sports Nutrition and has particular interests in the strategic use of supplements to enhance performance, hydration and the role of nutrition in recovery from injury.
Summary SDA and the AIS have assembled a line-up of some of the most experienced and well respected sporting professionals to have a frank and thought provoking discussion about the use of dietary supplements by athletes. Presenters will discuss the risks, rewards and alternatives that may not have been critically debated previously, focusing on the consequences not commonly considered, and the alternatives to current practices both from the delivery of dietary supplement programs, and the role each professional should play in the solution.
Subjects conference
Sports medicine
sports science
dietary supplementation
Nutrition
Added Author Garth, Alison
Added Corporate Name Sports Dietitians Australia
Australian Institute of Sport
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