Here below you can watch the video of the recent round table organised by LIHPS in collaboration with the Luxembourg academy of sports medicine, physiotherapy and science on the nutritional impact on injury prevention and immune system (in Luxembourgish).
Here below you can watch the video of the recent sports medical lecture on female athletes in elite sports by Profs Kari Bo and Kirsty Elliott-Sale: Female athletes in elite sports from Media4all on Vimeo.
The picture shows track and field athlete Charel Grethen (FLA) preparing for his current altitude training camp in Kenya in the HPTRC's altitude chamber, with the aim of shortening the adaptation period on-site and enabling higher training intensities from the
Antioxidants are omnipresent: food, healthcare products, skin care products, cosmetics, supplements. As we cannot escape them, we think they are essential for our general good health and for the wellbeing of our body and cells. Antioxidants protect our cells from
What is the “food-first” approach? As a sports dietician, the challenge is to join scientific knowledge with practical feasibility, respecting the joy of food and gustative preferences of athletes. Using the food-first approach means taking food to get nutrients in a
For the athletes and coaches who are looking for new information and suggestions on how to make the most of the "stay at home" days, either from a sporting point of view or simply to find answers to practical questions,
Gastro-intestinal (GI) problems are very common among athletes, especially in endurance sports. Symptoms may include upper GI complaints (belching, vomiting, bloating, stomach cramps, nausea) and lower GI complaints (cramping, flatulence, diarrhoea). These symptoms could impair performance during competition. The main causes of
In these challenging times we are often asked by athletes what they should pay attention to. Regarding the general risk of becoming infected with respiratory pathogens like the corona virus, you will find some key strategies to limit the risk
Our next lecture will be on dietary supplements and elite athletes with Prof Asker Jeukendrup (Loughborough University), nutritionist and exercise physiologist for many elite athletes and teams as well as member of the IOC sports nutrition advisory board. Entrance is free,
RTL Lëtzebuerg has done a report on our latest lecture with Véronique Rousseau on weight control in elite sports. Check it out here: https://www.rtl.lu/sport/news/a/1470646.html