Advances in Nutrition - From Daily Living to High Performance Sport

Saturday, January 13, 2018  Advances in Nutrition: From Daily Living to High Performance Sport will offer delegates an opportunity to listen, learn, network and engage with some of our leading experts on nutrition as it relates across the spectrum of daily physical activity to high performance sport. The conference will focus on the latest research, current knowledge and practical application of sport nutrition for the every-day practitioner.

Delegates will learn about:

Weight loss and muscle gain in athletes and active individuals
Low carb, high fat diets for prevention and performance
Nutrition and healing
Strategies for building a successful sport nutrition practice
The program will be of interest to clinicians and registered dietitians, sport nutrition professionals, researchers, academics, industry leaders and trainees.

Canadian Nutrition Society is in the process of seeking accreditation for this conference

Certificates of participation will be provided to all participants.

Contact Information:

https://cns-scn.ca/2018-thematic-conference/overview
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