2019 Sports Nutrition Advisory Panel

Heather Mangieri (Lead Consultant) - MS, RD, CSSD

Leslie Bonci - MPH, RD, CSSD, LDN

Andrea Chernus - MS, RD, CDE, CSSD

Matt Darnell - PhD, RD, CSSD, SCCC

Sue James - MS, RD, LDN

Allison Kreimeier - MS, RD, CSSD

Dan Liburd - MS, CSCS, USAW

Molly Morgan - RD, CDN, CSSD

Heidi Skolnik - MS, CDN, FACSM

Kelly Springer - MS, RDN, CDN

Felicia Stoler - DCN, MS, RDN, FACSM

Click here for more information on our panelists


Featured Blog - 10 Healthy Post-Workout Snacks

Whether you’re looking for stamina to run the bases, the energy to rule the field or the speed to win the 100-meter dash, the inclusion of proper nutritional recovery from your workout is critical to remain on top of your game.

Kelly Springer helps you plan your post-workout eating routine with 10 healthy snacks that help you refuel.

Read Kelly's blog here!


More Posts From Our Panelists

- Calcium Needs For Young Athletes
Are young athletes getting enough calcium in their diets? Andrea Chernus explores the topic and provides tips on how young athletes can add calcium to their diet plans. Click here for more!

- Supplement Usage
Matt Darnell provides a dietary supplement usage guide all athletes can follow. Click here for more!

- The Best Bang For Your Buck
Grocery store shopping can be a challenge to a family’s budget. Sue James writes about how planning ahead and writing a list will help to ensure nutrient-rich foods land in the grocery cart. Click here for more!

- To Train Restrained Sends Performance Down the Drain
Eating disorders and disordered eating are all too common in society today. Negative attitudes concerning weight, size, shape, and food choices can result in behaviors that severely impact an athlete’s health, well-being, performance, and safety. Leslie Bonci digs deeper on the topic. Click here for more!

- Do You Dairy?
Dairy contains Vitamin D which works with calcium and phosphorus to provide optimal bone health. Allison Kreimeier discusses what that means for athletes. Click here for more!