Stefanie Senior, BSc., Registered Dietitian, discusses the recommended food intake before, during and after a sports event.
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What is Local Registered Dietitian

Physiotherapy is a specialty that focuses on improving a patient’s mobility, functionality and well-being with techniques such as spinal adjustment, ultrasound therapy. A local registered dietitian may work with your local physiotherapist to create an optimal nutrition and exercise plan. A local registered dietitian is a healthcare provider who has specialized training and education in nutritional health. They work with patients with a wide range of conditions and diseases, including back and sciatic  pain. Whether you have heart disease or want to learn more about the role of anti-inflammatory foods, can be a great addition to your healthcare team. 

Often seeing your local family physician for a refrral to a local regsitered dietician, physiotherapist or nutritionist is a great place to start in your journey to better health. Many studies have shown that what you eat has a big impact on your mental health. Protein contains amino acids, which make up the chemicals your brain needs to regulate thoughts and feelings. A protein-rich diet can reduce cortisol (the stress hormone) levels and improve serotonin (sometimes called the 'happy hormone') production. Vigorous exercise actually causes the proteins that make up your muscles to break down. Protein has an important role in the body after exercise: repairing and rebuilding these muscles.

If you suffer from gastroparesis, it is important to try and have small, frequent meals throughout the day to minimize your symptoms. More serious cases of gastroparesis might mean that you cannot keep down any solid foods, and that would mean you would switch to a completely liquid-based diet. Eventually you would progress to puree foods, or a blenderized diet.In this case, what you can do, you can either have, or a combination of nutritional supplements such as Boost and Ensure, and your own blenderized diet where you combine solids such as meat, vegetables, and fruits, different grain products like potatoes, pasta or rice, and puree that together with a liquid, either vegetable broth, or chicken broth, or any kind of vegetable juice. That way you still do get your nutrition.
  

 Remember that it is important to get calories down, so that you don’t have any further weight loss. If you are experiencing problems, or you are having issues managing your gastroparesis, do visit your doctor or visit a local registered dietician for help with dietary management.But eventually over time, if you get the uric acid low enough, you should be able to prevent episodes of acute gout and not need the medications like the anti-inflammatories and colchicines because the episodes don't happen. So it"s important for individuals to recognize that medications have side effects.
    

Those side effects can be severe, and so one needs to realize that if they are  gonna start a medication, they need to discuss with their doctor and their pharmacist whether that medication is right for them. There's actually two different types of fibre. The first type is called insoluble, and this helps to keep your digestive system healthy, and regular bowel movements each day. There's also soluble fiber that actually helps to decrease your total cholesterol, and it also helps to help you keep a stable blood sugar.

So consuming both of these types of fiber are very important, and most products usually contain some of each types of fiber. So to increase your fiber intake, when you're at the grocery store and when you're preparing foods, look for whole grains such as brown rice, whole wheat pastas, whole grain breads and whole grain cereals. Making sure you're reading the label and looking at the ingredients, not just assuming it's 100 percent whole wheat if it says. Looking for that whole grain word.

You can also get fiber from things like fruits and vegetables. So vegetables, great sources of fiber are your green leafy vegetables and broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, they all have a great amount of fiber in them. Making sure you're keeping the peels on these vegetables as that's where a lot of the fiber can be found. So also to meet your daily needs of fiber look for beans and legumes. So great ideas are to put chickpeas on top of a spinach salad, vegetarian chili is another great option to get your fiber through the beans and legumes.

 

Victoria Middleton

Victoria Middleton

RD
Registered Dietitian
New York City, NY
Yumna Khan

Yumna Khan

RD
Registered Dietitian
Burlington, ON
Margarita deGraaf

Margarita deGraaf

RD
Registered Dietitian
Burlington, ON
Alexis Williams

Alexis Williams

RD
Registered Dietitian
Burlington, ON
Anita Gleeson

Anita Gleeson

RD., CDE.
Registered Dietitian
Oakville, ON
Mrs. Jyotika Desai

Mrs. Jyotika Desai

MSc, RD
Registered Dietitian
Oakville, ON
Courtney Bloch

Courtney Bloch

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Ms. Jaclyn Pritchard

Ms. Jaclyn Pritchard

Jaclyn Pritchard, RD Weight and Lifestyle Management Cleveland Clinic Canada.
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Stefanie Senior

Stefanie Senior

BSc.
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Fedaa Boqaileh

Fedaa Boqaileh

MSc, RD, CDE
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Neda Kiani

Neda Kiani

Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Amardeep Riar

Amardeep Riar

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Jenny Accettura

Jenny Accettura

Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Justine Chan

Justine Chan

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Saima Murtaza-Vahed

Saima Murtaza-Vahed

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Samantha Cooper

Samantha Cooper

MHSc, RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Mahsa Esmaeili

Mahsa Esmaeili

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Emilie Trottier

Emilie Trottier

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Elke Sengmueller

Elke Sengmueller

RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
Aglaee Jacob

Aglaee Jacob

MS, RD
Registered Dietitian
Toronto, ON
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