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Body Talks: Chat with the experts

What to Eat & When for Physical Activity aims to dispel myths about exercise & nutrition

March 22, 2016 — 

All ready to hit the gym, pound the pavement, or get your body moving with Zumba? Not so fast. You need to make sure you’re fueling your workout with the right foods and supplements.

Physical activity can be hard enough. Knowing what to eat and when can compound things.

Body Talks, to the rescue.

Learn more with experts Semone Myrie, Department of Human Nutritional Sciences and Jorie Janzen, Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba as they present the latest installment of Body Talks What to Eat & When for Physical Activity. Learn more about:

  • Should you eat differently when exercising for health vs. sport performance?
  • When, what, where, how, and why you should or should not consume sports foods/supplements?
  • Is it  how much, what type or when you consume protein that will help to gain lean mass?
  • Can you make carbohydrates work for you and your health and performance goals?
  • How much is enough to stay safely hydrated?
  • Are sports drinks and energy drinks worth it?

What: Body Talks: Chat with the Experts — What to Eat & When for Physical Activity
Who: Semone Myrie, Department of Human Nutritional Sciences and Jorie Janzen, Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba
When: Thursday, March 24, 2016, 5 p.m.
Where: Sessions will be held on the steps of the Applied Research Centre located beside the Active Living Centre Agora — 430 University Cres. (Parking available in adjacent lot).

Body Talks is a free information series offered monthly by University of Manitoba experts regarding exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle issues. Learn about everything from warm-up exercises to nutrition for exercise and training. Recent exercise fads and trends covered in the media will also be discussed.

 

 

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