Gastrointestinal Problems in Triathletes

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photoAthletic individuals in general are prone to upset of both the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract. We will discuss two of the most common gastrointestinal issues, reflux and diarrhea.

Member Case Study: Clydesdale Gastrointestinal Issues

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photoI suspect your nutrition and training program may have more to do with your symptoms than your Clydesdale classification.

Member Case Study: Lactose Intolerant?

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photoI'm kind of freaking out about not being able to have dairy-One, because I love it, nd two, because I know I get nutrients/vitamins from the dairy, and don't want to become deficient in something.

Training with an Inguinal Hernia

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photo It is hard to have to take time out of a training program to recover from surgery. The good news is that most of the time patients with this type of surgery are back to full activity in two weeks.

Triathlon Training After Hysterectomy

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photoWhat is the best path back to triathlon training after an open radical hysterectomy?
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