by Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD As a sports dietitian, I rely on the research of exercise physiologists and sports scientists who study the best ways for competitive runners—and all serious athletes—to fuel their bodies to optimize their performance. John Ivy PhD, Professor Emeritus at the University of Texas–Austin and author of Nutrient Timing, is one such researcher. Here are some of his insights.
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