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senr_sportsnutrition logosSENr Spring Showcase

Following two successful events held in 2015, SENr are hosting their next event at BDA Live.

The session is being held alongside the Sport Nutrition Specialist Group.

The programme is themed around the Rio Olympic Games 2016 with a focus on what those working in clinical practice can learn from performance nutritionists working in elite sport and vice versa. The aim is to identify commonality (where practice aligns) and alternative approaches where it differs.

Programme

The inaugural lecture of the Professor Clyde Williams OBE Award (2015-16) for Sport and Exercise Nutrition (Education /or Research) awarded to Laurent Bannock for the Guru Performance podcasts. 

More details to follow shortly.

Does Protein Milk offer sport enthusiasts an ‘all-round’ solution to their training nutritional needs?
Neasa Easaforde, Dairy Council Student Award Winner
BSc Human Nutrition, MSc Dietetics Student, Ulster University

As the demand for protein rich products and foods continues to increase among sport’s enthusiasts, there is a potential role for Protein Milk to fulfil this demand as well as provide the increased nutritional needs of those who engage in exercise. This work examines the evidence which demonstrates that Protein Milk has the potential to deliver these needs in an easy, convenient and all-encompassing nutritional format.

Whey protein consumption after resistance exercise reduces subsequent energy intake
Alistair Monteyne, Dairy Council Student Award Winner
MSc Sport and Exercise Nutrition, Loughborough University, School of Sport, Exercise & Health Sciences

The presentation outlines findings from a recent study suggesting that when consumed after resistance exercise, whey protein may suppress energy intake and assist with weight management.

Session chaired by SENr Board Chair, Dr Stuart Galloway, Reader, University of Stirling. 

The Use of Biomarkers to Modify Nutritional Programs in Elite Athletes

Nathan Lewis, Senior Performance Nutritionist and Technical Lead at the English Institute of Sport

This presentation will discuss the use of an applied, data driven approach to the application of biomarkers for the modification of nutritional programs in the elite athlete.

Para Swimming

Stef Shreeve, Performance Nutritionist at English Institute of Sport

An overview of the nutritional support provided to the British Para Swimming team with a focus of the National Performance Centre in Manchester.

Unleash the Power of Food – Performance Nutrition at the English Institute of Sport

Dr Kevin Currell, Head of Performance Nutrition, English Institute of Sport

The English Institute of Sport provides science, medicine and technology services to Olympic, Paralympic and English national sports. The nutrition support is focused on improving performance of world class athletes, and works across three main areas, injury and illness prevention, training adaptation and competition performance. This talk will provide an overview of how support is provided.

Can the clinical and sport world collide in dietetics?

Sharon Madigan, Sports Dietitian / Respiratory Dietitian, BDA Sport Nutrition Group

Can the skills we acquire in clinical dietetics help in the provision of nutrition support to athletes and coaches and vice versa? Dietitians can bring many skills to the sporting environment and we as clinical practitioners can learn equally important skills from sport. This presentation will look at nutrition support and give examples from areas such as respiratory, body composition assessment, IBS and disordered eating behaviour and highlight experiences where both worlds collide.

 Followed by a Q&A Panel

Download the SENr Programme

The session will be held on Wednesday 17th March

To book attend the SENr Session click here


The Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr) is a voluntary register designed to accredit suitably qualified and experienced individuals who have the competency to work autonomously as a Sport and Exercise Nutritionist with performance oriented athletes, as well as those participating in physical activity, sport and exercise for health.

SENr helps support:

  • Public protection, namely the sport and performance focused exercising community;
  • Setting, protection and promotion of standards of services and education;
  • Professional development of individuals;
  • Developing the profession and its knowledge base.