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Nutrition

Nutrition

 

Nutrition

In this section, our Club Nutritionist, Rose, has offered to provide a series of articles explaining the benefits of good diet and healthy lifestyes.

These not only relate to football and sport but are relative to all our club members whether you only be a supporter.

Rose is a qualified Nutritionist (see the Rose Melvin page).

The photograph of Rose is taken from the Rushcliffe Borough web site. Follow this link for fuller details of Rose's role - http://www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/doc.asp?cat=155&doc=5697

   

Food For Sport

Improving Performance

Everyone needs to eat healthy balanced diets, but the needs of sports performers are a little more complex.

The right food at the right time can improve performance, delay fatigue, repair and build muscles, reduce body fat and provide lean weight gain.

Taking time to understand the effect of different food sources on the body will help your coaching or your own performance.

Club Parents & Children - "You are what you eat!"

 

 

Rushcliffe nutritionist to train Jamie Oliver’s staff

Press release (20 June 2006):

Rose Melvin, the council’s health development officer, is going to London in June to train Jamie Oliver’s staff at Fifteen restaurant so they can provide even healthier food.

Rose will be among the first group of people in the country to become qualified in the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health’s (CIEH) nutrition awareness level 2. She will attend the CIEH headquarters in June to gain this qualification. Rose is already a qualified nutritionist and trainer, and this additional qualification will allow her to deliver the CIEH’s nutrition awareness programme.

Fifteen approached their food auditors after hearing about this new CIEH course as they wanted a trainer to deliver this programme to their staff. Fifteen are trendsetters and wanted their restaurant to be among the first in the country to have their staff trained to this level.

Rose is delivering the training in July. 

 

 

 

Stub It Out

As part of her work with Rushcliffe Borough Council, Rose Melvin took the 'Stub It Out', campaign to the recent Forest v Swindon match. At the last minute, Rose's colleague who should have donned the 'Big Cig' outfit had to pull out and it was left for husband and Calvo Vets player Chris to stand in...

Chris 'Big Cig' Melvin with Sherwood The Bear
Big Cig in goal at the Trent End

 

 

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