Even Recreational Athletes Can Get REDs

Even Recreational Athletes Can Get REDs

Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) happens when athletes don’t eat enough to fuel their bodies. At the center of this syndrome is low energy availability: Essentially, if you’re not taking in enough food, your body will use up your calories on exercise,...
Mind Your Fitness Podcast

Mind Your Fitness Podcast

The staff of Mind, Body, Endurance were recently guests on three episodes of the Mind Your Fitness podcast. Listen to the episodes by using the links below: Dr. Natasha Trujillo discusses her background and what led her to ultimately work with athletes experiencing...
Eating Disorders and Women’s Soccer

Eating Disorders and Women’s Soccer

’One in three elite athletes’ have an eating disorder. That’s the alarming stat one study of sportswomen showed. Riley Nickols, an expert in this area, tells Hannah Duncan of Women’s Soccer Coaching how coaches can be supportive.   In the article Dr. Nickols...
Eating Disorders and Competitive Climbing

Eating Disorders and Competitive Climbing

According to a recent Gear Junkie article, “Climbers and medical professionals say eating disorders are a growing issue, and competition managers are racing to catch up. Experts think improved testing could make a huge difference.” Dr. Riley Nickols and...
Podcast: Female Athlete Nutrition with Lindsey Elizabeth Cortez

Podcast: Female Athlete Nutrition with Lindsey Elizabeth Cortez

  Dr. Riley Nickols joins Lindsey Elizabeth Cortez, MS, RD, CSSD on her podcast Female Athlete Nutrition, Episode 133 to discuss eating disorders in sport. In this episode of the Female Athlete Nutrition, Dr. Nickols talks with Lindsey about some specific nuances in...