Episode 24 with Kristin Duyn: Nutrition for Altitude Training

https://youtu.be/Ql6Axw5Y-ik

In today’s episode, NR founder Kyla and NR practitioner Kristin discuss nutrition while training at altitude. Learn why elevation training can be beneficial for your athletic performance, and how to optimize your nutrition and hydration game plans to get the most benefits!

Click HERE to download your high calorie and high carbohydrate recipes, perfect for training at elevation!

See the ferritin levels and supplemental iron dosing instructions table below.

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References:

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  2. Burke, L., Deakin, V., & Minehan, M. (2021). Clinical Sports Nutrition 6th Edition (6th ed.). McGraw Hill / Australia.
  3. Bailey, D. M., & Davies, B. (1997). Physiological implications of altitude training for endurance performance at sea level: a review. British journal of sports medicine, 31(3), 183–190. https://doi-org.logan.idm.oclc.org/10.1136/bjsm.31.3.183
  4. Acs, Z., Bori, Z., Takeda, M., Osvath, P., Berkes, I., Taylor, A. W., Yang, H., & Radak, Z. (2014). High altitude exposure alters gene expression levels of DNA repair enzymes, and modulates fatty acid metabolism by SIRT4 induction in human skeletal muscle. Respiratory physiology & neurobiology, 196, 33–37. https://doi-org.logan.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.resp.2014.02.006
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