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Eat Smart to Run Better

Isn't Miller, the new addition to Sarah's family, adorable?

Dimity and Sarah serve up a conversation with Cassie Dimmick, a sports dietician and certified running coach in Springfield, Missouri. She’s also a mother runner who knocked 45 minutes off her marathon PR by making a few simple changes to her diet and training so this woman practices what she preaches. According to Cassie, our gut needs to be trained just like muscles and heart do, so she talks about how to be well fueled for a run and how to deal with GI issues during and after a race. Once this podcast hits, we predict a spike in sales of apple sauce. Oh, and find out about Sarah’s new baby.

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4 responses to “Eat Smart to Run Better

  1. Lots of good info here on how to “train your gut” and lose weight (burn fat) in the process.

    thanks y’all for providing this useful info

  2. Loved this podcast! I am a RD and a runner-loved Cassie’s advice. I posted on my local running group’s FB page to share. Also, thank you for getting a fully credentialed expert to give advice.

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