Intuitive Eating for Fitness
Client Nutrition Education Material to help your fitness nutrition clients incorporate intuitive eating while on a sport-specific nutrition protocol!
If you’re an RD in gyms & fitness studios but want to incorporate intuitive eating in your athlete’s protocols here is the resource for you.
Let’s be honest. When gym & fitness studio members are goal-oriented, they want to perform and perform well. That may require specific nutrition protocols that facilitate body composition changes that are part of the sport. We may be teaching them how to reach their carbohydrate intake, we may have them adjust their protein intake to grow lean body mass. There is macronutrient manipulation that is part of every sport so how do we as fitness dietitians help our clients adopt a healthy nutrition pattern without getting disordered thoughts about eating?
We have to teach them Intuitive Eating alongside Macronutrient Counting.
This resource is 3 pages.
Page 1 is a colorful infographic that lays out the 10 In unitive Eating Principles. Show this to your clients during their Initial Consultation to set the expectation up right away that this is just as important as hitting their nutrition needs.
Pages 2 and 3 explain more depth how these principles relate to their lifestyles.
For example “Honoring your hunger may be tough at times. Some of your goals may require you to eat more food and you just don’t feel hungry. This is where eating high calorie, high nutrient dense foods are best…”
Buy This 3 page Nutrition Education Material & the Calorie Nutrient Density Matrix for a winning combo of private practice materials.
The pdf document referred to another document that obviously I did not have in my possession…it recommends readers to “Use the Calorie/Nutrient Density Matrix©” So basically I paid for a pdf that in order to use I would have to entirely recreate. Not helpful.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Help other customers find the most helpful reviews
Did you find this review helpful?
You must log in to submit a review.
Leave a reply Cancel reply
You may also like
Fitness Dietitian: Individualized Programming in Gyms & Fitness Studios Who gets more nutrition questions than personal trainers? No one! That's because in gyms and fitness studios there are rarely any…