Sports nutrition generally is an area that is literally awash with "celebrity" endorsed bullshit, pseudoscience, dietary decrepitude, and woo-fuckery. It seems every 5 minutes there is a new fad diet or trend that everyone swears by, despite there being no evidence to actually support that it works.
Taryn Richardson - Dietitian / Dietitian Approved is none of the above.
It is science-based, proven nutritional advice that just works.
Taryn works with the AIS, and although she would never admit it, she's a pretty damn good athlete herself and a great training partner. She always pushes me to my limits on the bike.
I did the Dietitian Approved 30-day challenge as part of my build-up to the Tweed Enduro 70.3 in 2017 and this year too. It helped enormously. I dropped a spare tire around the waistline and managed to go without booze for a month and a half.
As if all that wasn't enough, she came to the race on the weekend and cheered me and her other clients and friends on, and took some awesome photos too
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