Sports Nutrition – Meeting the Individual Needs of Athletes
Professional and amateur athletes alike depend on proper nutrition to supply their bodies with the nutrients required to achieve optimal performance. As diet alone may not be enough to provide the adequate amount of nutrients needed, dietary supplements are utilized to maintain health and enhance athleticism. Every athlete is different physically, metabolically, and in terms of their desired athletic goals, creating a demand for personalized sports nutrition that meets their individual needs.
In this webinar, participants will explore the current trends in sports nutrition, in addition to common types of supplements prevalent within the athletic community. Participants will then review the benefits of pharmaceutical compounding and examine opportunities in the field of sports nutrition, such as customized strengths and dosage forms, to help improve compliance and provide safe and optimal results.
- Pharmacy Technicians
- Naturopathic Doctors
- Review the nutritional needs of professional and amateur athletes.
- Understand metabolic demands for energy and nutrients.
- Explore commonly used supplements and their associated benefits.
- Recognize the individuality of each athlete and the need for personalized sports nutrition.
- Explore compounding opportunities in sports nutrition to help deliver safe and optimal athletic results.
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DAVID MASTROPIETRO, BS Pharm, PhD, RPh
Dr. Mastropietro is an assistant professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Nova Southeastern University, as well as a pharmacist with over 17 years of experience practicing in a number of diverse settings. His academic role involves teaching the art of pharmacy compounding and the science of formulation development using classroom and laboratory instructional methodologies that enhance the learning environment. In addition to teaching, his collaborative research activities in pharmaceutics have so far led to 8 patent applications, 24 publications, 51 presentations, and 3 book chapters.