Sports Nutrition for Triathletes

“Nutrition is the Fourth Pillar of Triathlon.” Without fuel or fluid in your tank, all of the physical preparation may not materialize because you don’t have enough kilocalories/kilojoules to produce sufficient watts! You begin to bonk or lose the ability to maintain goal speed/power/pace because  ...

Optimum Wellness Nutrition

The  Optimum Wellness Plan follows the philosophies of functional medicine and integrative nutrition.  If you are active, “generally healthy”, proactive about eating well and exercising, but want to determine how to reduce symptoms, fatigue, or ensure your nutrition intake supports your lifestyle, this is the  ...

Disordered Eating & Eating Disorders

This program is to work in tandem with behavioral support.  Disordered eating and eating disorders, can be coping mechanisms for many things in life including past trauma, anxiety, loneliness, and dissatisfaction with how your body looks.  Often it is not about the actual food at  ...

Fueling your Ultra

Whether you have been running up mountains and down scree, rock and trail for years or just entering the world of ultra, we’re here to fuel your way. We’ve been running trails for over four decades and find our happy place at 14,000′ Fueling an  ...


Functional nutrition is an integrative, or whole body, approach to assist you with finding out what your body needs to feel it’s best. In Sports Nutrition we focus on ways to optimize before, during and after your exercise training, race or competition. When we apply the art and science of functional nutrition, we expand that lens to consider what is happening inside your body on a daily basis that could be influencing energy, mood, digestion, and immune function.

We know that stress (chronic or acute), lack of sleep, changes in hormones, and food sensitivities over time begin to affect the way our body works. We don’t feel “sick” in the conventional way, but we do notice that something about the way our body is working is not the way it used to. The challenge in feeling better is that conventional or allopathic medicine was created on the foundation of specific symptoms to meet the criteria of specific diseases.

However, if you are an athlete who knows their body very well and doesn’t want to wait until you are sick enough with obvious symptoms that can be diagnosed in a medical clinic, you haven’t had many options to figure out what is “off” in your body.

Over the past decade, the options for consumers and patients to take control in finding answers to their health concerns has increased. Now many labs offer a multitude of tests that can purchased with the guidance of integrative or functional licensed healthcare practitioners.

  • If you want to learn why you need more recovery than usual to recover from “easy or normal” exercise
  • If you want to learn why some foods make you gassy and bloated
  • If you struggle with constipation and diarrhea
  • If you want to find out why your body composition is more difficult to manage than it used to be