The Nutrition team work to empower our athletes to be self-sufficient by providing evidence based, individualised nutrition advice and practical strategies that are sport specific and targeted toward achieving their goals.
How Nutrition Services help our athletes?
The Nutrition team provide the following nutrition services to our athletes across all sports:
- Individualised assessments and periodised nutrition plans
- Competition nutrition advice and plans
- Group workshops and education
- Supplement advice & protocols
- Hydration testing and plans
- Physique monitoring
- Nutrition support to assist rehabilitation from injury
- Travel nutrition advice
- Food service support
- Nutrition education and support for coaches and other service providers
Eat with the purpose of enjoyment this EasterApril 9, 2022
A few small daily treats over Easter will not blow your energy budget in the longer term.
3 nutrition tips to get you through XmasDecember 1, 2020
After the year that we've had, we're all probably ready for some time off and holiday festivities. So, our VIS Nutrition Team have put together a few tips to help you get through the Christmas season and come out fit, healthy and ready to take on 2021.
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Recent Nutrition News
VIS athletes and staff cook for a causeApril 12, 2023
On Tuesday VIS athletes participated in OzHarvest ‘Cooking for a Cause’ at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition centre.
All about ChocolateApril 4, 2023
The Victorian Institute of Sport Nutrition Team have provided some tips and tricks about how you can use chocolate to provide you with it's healthy benefits.
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Tastes for Tokyo
Learn to cook Teriyaki Beef with Brooke Stratton and Kylie AndrewJune 30, 2021
Did you know Teriyaki refers to the cooking method rather than the sauce?
Tastes for Tokyo | Okonomiyaki - Rowie WebsterSeptember 16, 2019
Okonomiyaki means “whatever you like, grilled” and is one of the most well-known Japanese dishes. It is commonly referred to as a Japanese pancake.