Welcome to Simply Nutricising! 

Nutri-cising (v): an on going commitment to engage in healthy eating and exercise behaviors to improve physical performance and overall health throughout the life cycle. 

Simply Nutricising’s mission is to provide athletes with the most up to date evidence-based nutrition education to perform their best while continuing to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Many factors contribute to an athlete’s performance and training plan, but exercise and proper nutrition are the 2 main elements that can greatly influence athletic performance. It is important that exercise and nutrition are consistently working together. For some athletes, eating can seem like a job to consume adequate calories and nutrients around training/competition, work, socializing with family and friends, and other daily activities.

Proper nutrition is a commitment for life. Just as there is a life cycle, there is a nutrition cycle. Your nutrition plan will change over a week, month, year, and year (s) due to: 

→Changes in your training plan: an increase or decrease in your training’s intensity and/or volume 

→Physical injuries affecting your sport

→ Your stage in the human life cycle: specific nutrients are important to consume during different age groups

→Diagnosed disease states 

→Lifestyle changes: how nutrition fits in with your current work situation, family dynamic, and social life

→Your dietary preferences

You may have some obstacles and maybe even some set backs throwing you off your exercise training and healthy eating habits, but you will quickly rebound, reset, and recover by moving forward towards engaging in those consistent eating behaviors that provide you the fuel to be the athlete you want to be, dream to be, and will be.

Alyson Heller is Simply Nutricising’s Registered Dietitian at your fingertips. Nutrition education resources can be accessed currently through Simply Nutricising’s blog, recipe page, resource page, and social media.

Recent Blog Posts

  • The 3 R’s of Recovery Nutrition

    The 3 R’s of Recovery Nutrition

    REPEAT after me....... REFUEL REBUILD REPLENISH  REFUEL REBUILD REPLENISH  REFUEL REBUILD REPLENISH  Repeat after every workout by eating and/or drinking the 3 R's within 30 minutes of exercise. Take a moment to reflect and analyze what you are [...]

  • Make Breakfast an Egg-ssential Habit

    Make Breakfast an Egg-ssential Habit

    I am sure I sound like a broken record by saying "you should eat breakfast everyday no matter the circumstances", but for some reason I still see athletes, who are not eating breakfast! Why is breakfast Egg-SSENTIAL to an [...]

  • Time for the Grills to Take the Heat

    Time for the Grills to Take the Heat

    Grilling weather has arrived! Stoves and ovens can cool off while grills can take the heat outside! We grill all year around, even in the dead of winter, but the warmer Spring/Summer weather intensifies the craving for [...]

  • Build a Sweet Potato Bowl

    Build a Sweet Potato Bowl

    Sweet potatoes are a nutrient dense starchy vegetable providing an excellent source of carbohydrate at meals along with rich sources of vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese, B vitamins, potassium, and fiber. Sweet potato (with skin) nutrient content [...]

  • Spring into Workouts with Homemade Energy Bites

    Spring into Workouts with Homemade Energy Bites

    Sometimes you want to change-up your snack by making your own grab-n-go fruit & nut bars or the very popular bite size balls. Since store brought fruit & nut bars (such as Larabars, Kind Bars, Rxbars) contain only whole [...]

The 3 R’s of Recovery Nutrition

January 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Make Breakfast an Egg-ssential Habit

October 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

Time for the Grills to Take the Heat

June 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

Build a Sweet Potato Bowl

May 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Satisfying Snacks

May 6th, 2016|0 Comments

MyPlate for Athletes

May 4th, 2016|0 Comments