what to eat

Our Philosophy

“Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat.” (CrossFit Journal, September 2002, “The Garage Gym”, “World Class Fitness in 100 Words”)

I’m sure you’ve all heard that nutrition is the foundation for performance. In fact, nutrition is the base of the pyramid Crossfit founder Greg Glassman created, with met-cons, gymnastics, weight lifting and sport all being supported by it. What we put into our bodies greatly affects how we look, feel, and perform, but most athletes make nutrition secondary in their training.

Pre-Workout Fueling

What you put into your body greatly affects your performance. If you eat crap, you will perform like crap. But if you eat the right foods at the right time, you have a much better chance of taking it to the next level and setting some PRs. We all know that if the gas tank in your car were low you wouldn’t get very far and if it was empty you wouldn’t get anywhere at all.

Post-Workout Fueling

Properly fueling your body after your workouts is just as important as properly fueling before your workouts. During a strenuous workout, such as those we do almost every day, your body’s glycogen stores get significantly used up. It is important to properly replenish them to help you to recover from these intense workouts and set you up with the energy you’ll need for your next session.

Rebecca Turner Nutrition

Rebecca Turner is a registered dietitian nutritionist, and a certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Using science based food and behavior strategies, Rebecca helps individuals develop a positive relationship with food that enhances overall well-being and athletic performance.

As a sports nutrition expert, Rebecca has the training and experience to work with athletes of all ages and ability levels. She provides individual and team nutrition counseling and education to enhance the performance of athletes through proper food and beverage choices. Topics of expertise include, but are not limited to optimizing athletic performance, weight loss or weight gain, meal planning, healthy eating while traveling/eating out, disordered eating, food allergies and diabetes.

In addition, Rebecca has extensive broadcast and print media experience.  Author “Mind Over Fork: Escape Dieting to Find the Healthy Lifestyle You Deserve,” published by Sartoris Literary Group of Jackson, Mississippi. Radio host, “Mission: Nutrition” for Super Talk Mississippi.  Podcast host, “Fueled up with Rebecca Turner”aimed to help athletes and fitness enthusiast understand the basics of eating to perform by translating the science of sports nutrition into practical application anyone can use in their everyday training. Turner is a columnist for the Clarion Ledger’s weekly “Taste” column contributes to Well-Being Magazine, Parents and Kids Magazine and appears on WLBT for Wellness Wednesday segments. She is the official dietitian of MPB’s healthy cooking show, Fit to Eat.

Rebecca graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with both a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in nutrition and food systems. Awarded Mississippi Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year, 2012 and received the Circle of Excellence Award from SUDIA, 2014.

For more information on individual or team consultation pricing and packages email her atrebeccaturnernutrition@gmail.com or visit her website www.rebeccaturnernutrition.com

Phone: (769) 257-0463
107 Felicity Street
Brandon MS 39042
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