The food one eats impacts the body’s strength, ability to train and perform and most importantly its pace of recovery. Not only is the type of food important for sports nutrition but the times we eat throughout the day also has an impact on our performance levels and our bodies ability to recover after exercising. Meals eaten before and after exercise are the most important in sports nutrition but one should really be careful with everything that goes into the body. Nutritional needs vary with each phase of training, and sport nutrition promotes healthy, responsible eating at all times.


  • Individual dietary assessment
  • Body Assessment
  • Bio-Chemical Assessment


  • Examination of existing lifestyle and food preferences
  • Determination of energy and nutrition requirements for optimal performance
  • Review of the essential nutrients that affect athletic performance


  • Analysis of diets, recipes and food records
  • Pre Competition Meal
  • During Competition Meal
  • Post-Competition Meal
  • Adequacy of Liquid Intake


  • Interactive education, talks and workshops
  • Application of research results in new training methods, products and strategies to enhance athletic performance.

  • Gene assessment to determine the genetic possibilities of athletes and their potential as future sportsmen, and indications of the types of sport that he/she should focus on.
  • Nutritional assessment for baseline measures and nutrition guidance given.
  • Talent identification.
  • Workshops on improving performance for the scholars and coaching staff.