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    “Milk” – An Alternative View: Insights & Evidence

    Alternatives to milk are all over our social media feeds and supermarket shelves.

    Hear about the latest consumer research, ABS data, and what Sports Dietitians are hearing from their clients about milk alternatives. We will also explore considerations that need to be taken into account from a nutritional standpoint, and the evidence base behind the implications of using these products as alternatives to dairy milk.

     

    CPD Points: Professional Development > Self Directed Study > Online Lecture = 10 pts.

    * Please do not share recordings with colleagues and friends.  SDA  receives  notifications for all downloads, and if we notice downloads from non-purchasers, appropriate steps will be taken.

    **By downloading these files, please be aware – all content is the intellectual property of individuals (as named), and Sports Dietitians Australia. Files must not be shared, copied or further disseminated without the express and written permission of Sports Dietitians Australia. Permission is not given for any commercial use or sale of this material.

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    Mindful Fuelling

     

    Fiona Sutherland shares her insights into how you can support your athletes balance the need to fuel for training with other areas of their life.

    Mindfulness can be a highly valuable strategy to support athletes in finding ways to balance adequate nutrition for performance with other aspects of life such as growth & development, social eating, body composition requirements & fun!

    For athletes specifically, mindfulness is an approach which invites and guides athletes to approach fuelling a little differently. It does not ignore nutritional needs that are demanded by training and competition, but rather encourages athletes to use awareness and curiosity so that they learn to experiment, test their body’s responses and determine what works best for them whilst working alongside nutrition knowledge. In other words, mindful eating is about bringing together the ideas of outer wisdom (nutrition knowledge) & inner wisdom (what we know & understand about ourselves and our bodies).

     

    You can review Fiona’s blog here:  Why Mindful Fuelling for Athletes

    Fiona is kindly offering her Mindful Fuelling cards to SDA members at a discount:  Buy Mindful Fuelling Cards

    CPD Points: Professional Development > Self Directed Study > Online Lecture = 10 pts.

    Please note that there was a time-delay in the webinar recording which means not all slides are visible in the recording – the full set of PowerPoint slides are also available for download with the recording.

    * Please do not share recordings with colleagues and friends.  SDA  receives  notifications for all downloads, and if we notice downloads from non-purchasers, appropriate steps will be taken.

    **By downloading these files, please be aware – all content is the intellectual property of individuals (as named), and Sports Dietitians Australia. Files must not be shared, copied or further disseminated without the express and written permission of Sports Dietitians Australia. Permission is not given for any commercial use or sale of this material.

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    Are Your Students Supplement Savvy

    In this current era of burgeoning supplement use, including a high prevalence within secondary schools, coupled with rising anti-doping rule violations, are your students supplement savvy?

    Sports Dietitians Australia (SDA), in partnership with Informed Sport, have developed an education program that supports you and your young athletes in this topical area.

    This webinar, for teachers, coaches and parents of adolescent athletes, will cover the following:

    • Appreciating the differences between performance enhancing drugs and supplements
    • The latest testing policies under the ASADA Act and ASADA Regulations
    • The role of an Accredited Sports Dietitian, and how they work closely with coaches with the athletes’ best interests in mind.
    • Information about third party testing to identify safe supplements to use
    • Where to go for more information and support.

    This is about helping athletes make a choice that’s safe and most beneficial to their individual situation.

    Please note that there are minor quality issues with the recording (flashing screen at 8.00min and some loss of sound during Q&A (between 28.00min-30.00min)).  Our apologies for this.

    **By downloading these files, please be aware – all content is the intellectual property of individuals (as named), and Sports Dietitians Australia. Files must not be shared, copied or further disseminated without the express and written permission of Sports Dietitians Australia. Permission is not given for any commercial use or sale of this material.

  • Books
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    Clinical Sports Nutrition – 5th Edition, Burke & Deakin (hardcopy)

    The complete practical and clinical reference providing the latest sports nutrition information, drawing on scientific research from around the globe.  All chapters have been substantially revised and updated in addition to seven new commentaries:

    • a molecular view of exercise
    • female athlete triad and energy availability
    • measuring energy availability
    • treating low energy availability
    • vegetarian eating
    • antioxidant supplementation and exercise
    • fluid guidelines.
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    Portion plates

    Do you struggle with managing your meal sizes? Accredited Sports Dietitian Stephanie Gaskell has solved your problem. The portion plates help act as a memory aid, if you use it enough it will remind you to learn to balance your meals and portions.

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    Vegetarian Sports Nutrition

    By: Enette Larson Meyer

    Gain the vegetarian advantage Vegetarian meal plans have been used successfully in everything from bodybuilding to endurance sports. Every day more and more athletes–even those who are not full-time vegetarians–incorporate a plant-based diet when training or recovering from competition.

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    Clinical Sports Nutrition – 4th Edition

    Clinical Sports Nutrition – 4th Edition

    Clinical Sports Nutrition, fourth edition, is a complete practical and clinical reference that provides state-of-the-art sports nutrition information.  Each chapter contains specific reviews followed by practice tips.  Contributions come from the leading academics, physicians and sport dietitians in Australia, Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Finland.

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    The Athlete’s Guide to Making Weight

    By Michele Macedonio, Marie Dunford

    The Athlete’s Guide to Making Weight presents practical guidelines for determining, achieving, and maintaining proper weight and body composition for 21 different sports. You or your coach will be able to create plans tailored to your individual goals. Whether you need to gain muscle, lose fat, or control water weight, this is an essential book.

  • Online Learning Modules
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    Dairy Foods: Weight, Body Composition & Health (online module)

    This 30min Online Learning Module will provide fitness professionals with current scientific knowledge to best support clients regarding the consumption of dairy products.  (But note that the information will be of interest to anyone who is seeking clarification about the consumption of dairy and its role in their daily diet).

    Specifically this module will help bust three of the common myths about dairy (regarding sugar levels, lactose intolerance and inflammation) and demonstrates that dairy does not interfere with weight or fat loss.

    This module also supports the professional scope and boundaries  of fitness professionals as outlined in “Fitness Australia Position Statement: Scope of Practice for Registered Exercise Professionals”.

    NB The module is currently under assessment by Fitness Australia for CECs.

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    Gold Medal Nutrition -5th Edition by Glenn Cardwell

    With the easy-to-follow format in Gold Medal Nutrition, readers can find the advice they need, when they need it, in a matter of seconds.