Power your training through better fuel to reach your performance goals. From trainings to race day and everything in between, it’s my mission to help you navigate how to fuel yourself optimally in both your performance and everyday life. No matter what level you're at, every athlete deserves the knowledge to excel at the sport they love without going all-or-nothing.
Hi, I’m Marita! As a registered dietitian nutritionist and an athlete myself, I'm dedicated to helping athletes of all abilities fuel better to improve endurance, performance, and recovery.
Let's work together and optimize your personal nutrition plan to reach new levels in your performance.
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More and more people are getting active and training for endurance races, like half marathons, marathons, and triathlons. However, they might be neglecting a key nutrient because of health recommendations that can make-or-break you on race day: sodium.
For the second installment of our inflammation and the athlete series, we’re going to talk about tart cherry juice! Inflammation is both good and bad for athletes, just as I detailed herewhen discussing the benefits of turmeric for your athletic performance.
Athletes have long been turning to supplements to further performance, using products like protein powder to increase muscle growth or sports drinks for recovery. Here’s what you need to know about turmeric’s health benefits and how they can affect your athletic performance!
Where I live in Florida, we tend to skip right over spring and head into summer temperatures in early May. Spring and summer are the perfect time to dial in your hydration plan for warm weather activities, whether you’re training for a 5k, marathon, or getting active with the kids!
Are you training for a starting to train for a fall half marathon? Do you wake up early to hit the gym, but struggle with knowing what to eat before and after? What you consume before your workouts is almost as important as the workout itself!