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‘Eat 2 Win’ Sports Nutrition app taking a food first approach to performance

Eat to Win app

My Sports Dietitian has launched ‘Eat 2 Win’, a time saving mobile app designed to ‘empower athletes and their support team of professionals with the ability to quickly improve eating habits to deliver improved body weight, athletic performance and overall good health.’

The tool enables a user at all levels of sports participation to build community, motivation and accountability while providing a variety of customized meal plans inclusive of vegan/vegetarian options along with 12,000+ healthy restaurant choices. Designed specifically to be a ‘game changer for athletes’, the developers note that the app can also be used by the whole family or anyone interested in finding the nutrition and weight loss/gain support they need.

Apple and Google Play versions are available at no charge for download.

The Eat 2 Win Sports Nutrition mobile app aims to improve an individual’s eating habits through a number of features:

  • A Network of Support: includes preferred monitors – sports dietitian, athletic trainer, strength and conditioning specialist, coach and/or parent. Accountability, encouragement and feedback from these professionals or individuals serve as a critical component to meet athletic performance goals.
  • Customized Meal Plan Guides: provides a comprehensive plan by displaying a wide variety of options for all meals – breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, shakes and post workout.
  • Motivation Through Competition: drives participation through scoring points as part of a team and/or group challenge with a leaderboard for each challenge. Competition helps to keep the athlete engaged and provides motivation to stay focused on goals.

Founded in 2012 by Sports Dietitian Tavis Piattoly and Athletic Trainer Ronnie Harper, My Sports Dietitian provides sports nutrition services ‘based on science and evidence-based practices’. With a mission to improve athletes’ eating habits through an integral ‘food first’ approach, the organization notes that it sees first-hand results as athletes reach their weight goals, improve their performance, find the strength they need, recover faster and enjoy overall health and wellness.

The company supports not only athletes but has engaged a community of coaches, dietitians, athletic trainers, strength and conditioning specialists, nutritionists, personal trainers and educators through comprehensive tools such as eBooks, courses, webinars, podcasts, sports nutrition software and the Eat 2 Win app.





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