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Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)

“The syndrome of RED-S refers to impaired physiological functioning caused by relative energy deficiency, and includes but is not limited to metabolic rate, menstrual...

RECOVERY NUTRITION

The Injury Clinic's Sports Dietitian provides some important information regarding post exercise recovery nutrition including the 3 R's.

HYDRATION & RECOVERY

The Injury Clinic's Sports Dietitian explains how hydration should be incorporated in your post exercise recovery.

FACTS & MYTHS: RECOVERY NUTRITION

Our Sports Dietitian provides some interesting facts and debunks some myths surrounding recovery nutrition after training and events.

MATCHING YOUR INTAKE TO TRAINING LOAD

A sports dietitian can work closely with you to create a nutrition plan that matches your training load and will help you to work...

FUELLING FOR TRAINING – WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

Consulting with a qualified sports dietitian can provide valuable information about your required energy intake for your individual energy expenditure.

FACTS & MYTHS: FUELLING FOR TRAINING

Our Sports Dietitian provides some interesting facts and debunks some myths surrounding fuelling for training.

FUELLING FOR TRAINING – WHAT TO EAT & WHEN?

A Sports Dietitian can help with creating a plan to help individuals achieve their personal training or competition goals.

THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN PREVENTING TENDINOPATHY

The Injury Clinic's Sports Dietitian can assist by outlining the role of nutrition in preventing tendinopathy and create an individualised plan for you.

ROLE OF DIET IN REDUCING INFLAMMATION

At The Injury Clinic, we are often dealing with injuries or presentations that have a significant inflammatory component. Physiotherapists and...

MAINTAINING A HEALTHY IMMUNE SYSTEM

The Injury Clinic’s sports Dietition shares some handy hints on maintaining a healthy immune system