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February 11th - Tip by Kristine Beaulieu
Tip by: Kristine Beaulieu

Aim for meals that are ½ vegetables, ¼ carbohydrates and ¼ meat and alternatives. Endurance athletes may have to increase the portion of carbohydrates.

Kristine Beaulieu

Kristine Beaulieu
Registered Dietitian
Leeds, UK

University of Leeds

Kristine is a sport nutritionist currently pursuing her PhD at the University of Leeds (UK). She is investigating the role of cardiorespiratory fitness in food choice and appetite control. She completed her Master's in exercise physiology and sport nutrition at Western University (London Ontario) in 2014. Kristine enjoys running and helping runners achieve their health and performance goals.

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    Coach said 1 week ago

    Vegetables are carbohydrates....

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    DQ said 1 week ago

    She's keeping it simple for those who aren't as smart as you. Get a life.

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    QD said 1 week ago

    Right. Let's keep it simple. "Eat food. Yummy food. When you're hungry. Not too much!". Of course, got to keep it simple for those dummies on these message boards.

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