Why you should start reading our nutrition blogs!
Updated: Sep 30, 2019
These blogs will answer the most common questions people ask everyday about the intricate science of nutrition. It is based on the information found in scientific research, without the junk or complicated words, making it easy to understand for everyone. A full list of references is found at the end of each blog and readers are encouraged to explore these readings for further knowledge.
Many people will try everything at first, and through a trial and error approach, they attempt to make the best possible nutrition plan that works best for them. Whilst, it is undeniable that at first there is a lot of guessing involved since no person is the same, these blogs will help you make the right decisions more easily. It will help you plan your tailor-made nutrition plan so that you are always ready and prepared.
We will also go into the controversial subject of nutrition. If you take a quick look at our website (www.dbfitnesschallenge.com), you will soon find out that we do not sell any nutritional supplements. This helps us be brutally honest about different products and show you which ones you actually need and which ones do not live up to their claims.
For far too long, people have ignored nutrition, even though awareness on healthy-eating is at an all time-high. From my experience, this lack of trying is derived from lack of knowledge. The answers found in these blogs will help you improve your knowledge, and whilst it is not our intention to replace a qualified nutritionist, we can help guide you in the right direction to achieve your goals. Regardless of whether you want to lose weight, gain weight, or improve your performance in your chosen sport, these blogs will guide you in every step of the way.
In a research conducted by Torres-McGehee and colleagues (2012), they found that only 35.9% of the coaches and 9% of the athletes had adequate knowledge on nutrition!
Torres-McGehee, T., Pritchett, K., Zippel, D., Minton, D., Cellamare, A., & Sibilia, M. (2012). Sports Nutrition Knowledge Among Collegiate Athletes, Coaches, Athletic Trainers, and Strength and Conditioning Specialists. Journal Of Athletic Training, 47(2), 205-211. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-47.2.205
Thanks for reading and as always, stay fit!