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Topic: Nutrition - November 16 2022
The Myth of Pre-Workout Energy Drinks

One day, Maggie gets called in for a drug test. To her surprise, she tests positive for an NCAA banned substance. Unfortunately, Maggie had over 500 milligrams of caffeine in her system due to all the energy drinks she had consumed, triggering a positive test result. Instead of consuming these kinds of energy drinks, VIS Expert™ Taylor Barros suggests how we can avoid this situation ourselves.

By: Kate Tugman

VIS Creator™

& Taylor Barros RD, LDN, MBA

VIS Expert™

Topic: Nutrition

November 16 2022

Consider this fictional athlete: Maggie is a division one track and field athlete. She wakes up early every morning to workout with the team, rushes to go to class, and doesn’t return back to her apartment until late at night, only to have to do homework. Recently, Maggie has been feeling more fatigued during her workouts; she can’t keep up with teammates and often feels the need to cut workouts short. She can’t put her finger on why she’s so exhausted. She thought she was in such great sh...
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