#67 Nutrition Post-Injury

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Nutrition Post-Injury

Have you ever experienced an injury or are worried you may encounter one due to a sport or other life event? Check in this week to learn what you can be doing to boost your nutrition both before it ever happens (hopefully it never does) or after an injury occurs. We recommend what you should be eating and what not to eat as well as other lifestyle factors to consider. Yes, nutrition is important  and we may just tell you to EAT REAL FOOD.

Topics covered this episode:

What happens post-injury? (The 3 stages of recovery)

How many calories should you be eating post-injury.

What to eat when injured.

What NOT to eat when injured.

Mental & Emotional Healing

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Show notes:

Heiden Valley Farms Facebook

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 “Whine About It” Buzzfeed

 #62 The Micronutrient Miracle with The Caltons
#37 Fat Soluble Vitamins

#38 Water Soluble Vitamins

#39 Major Minerals

#40 Minor Minerals

#36 All About Olive Oil with Tony Kasandrinos

#6: It’s a bird, It’s a plane, it’s SUPERFOOD! (Sardines, Tea, Eggs and more!)

#41 Fruit

Bone Broth Bonanza

Vital Choice Seafood & Organics

Labdoor

Fish Oil Rankings

Sassy’s Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

Pacific Foods Bone Broth

The Brothery

Bare Bones Broth

Vital Proteins Collagen

Takeaways:

Laura: Start now with your real food diet BEFORE any injury should occur.

Marie: Add in some herbs & spices! They help your food taste good and are anti-inflammatory.

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Laura and Marie have decided to split their blogs (not their friendship!) and you can now find Sassy and Pearl below. Don’t worry Nutrition Genius Radio is here to stay. We will be sending out new newsletters soon!

 Laura’s Website: TheSassyDietitian.com

Marie’s Website: pearlsofnutrition.com

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