The Eat for Endurance Podcast

The Eat for Endurance Podcast

The Eat for Endurance podcast features Claire Shorenstein, NYC-based Sports Dietitian and running coach, and her nutrition tips for longevity in life and in sport. Through a combination of Nutrition Profiles featuring high performing athletes, interviews with fellow dietitians on their areas of expertise, and solo episodes on various nutrition topics, Claire hopes to inspire her listeners in their own training and fueling and demonstrate that there is no one-size-fits-all nutrition approach towards optimal health and sports performance.

Episodes

July 22, 2021 100 min

Welcome to Episode 43 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, where I interview Sports Dietitian Lauren Antonucci, RDN, CSSD, CDE, CDN, on Nutrition for Masters Athletes.

Lauren was a guest on my show back in 2019 to discuss fueling young athletes, so when I learned that she was in the midst of writing a book on masters athletes (anyone 35 and above, in case you’re wondering), I knew that would be the topic of our next interview! Her book...

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Welcome to Episode 42 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring recreational triathlete, Kenny Brighton. This is my first Recreational Athlete Nutrition Profile since Episode 16 (!!), and I’m excited to bring you more episodes like this one in the months to come.

Kenny and I first connected when he got in touch with me back in the Fall of 2019. He was training heavily at the time for an event called the EpicDeca, which is 10 140.6...

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Welcome to Episode 41 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite skyrunner, Hillary Allen. 

Hillary is such a fascinating, multi-dimensional person and athlete. In addition to establishing herself as one of the best mountain ultra runners in the world (hence her trail nickname of "Hillygoat"), she is a scientist and teacher, with a masters degree in neuroscience, physiology and structural biology, a trail running coac...

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Welcome to Episode 40 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite ultra-runner and coach, Lisa Smith-Batchen. 

I have been trying to get this episode recorded for AGES, and am so excited that our schedules finally aligned for this interview and I am able to share it with you all. 

Lisa is beyond inspiring - not just because of the incredible things she has accomplished athletically across many decades (a very very long list tha...

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Welcome to Episode 39 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, during which Kristin Duyn, MScN joins me to tackle the very important topic of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S). Please note that Kristin is  a Certified Sports Nutritionist, NOT a Registered Dietitian. I usually only feature fellow dietitians, but she had a really valuable story to share and we had a great discussion, so I hope you enjoy it.  

What is RED-S? The Int...

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Hey guys! I’m excited to bring to you my third (and very overdue) Ask Me Anything episode! I just realized that the last time I did one of these was when Isla was 7 weeks old…and she’s now 17 months old. Yikes! Better late than never though, and I thank you for all the great questions you submitted. 

As usual with these Ask Me Anything episodes, it’s completely unedited, recorded in one-go and off-the-cuff - so please forgive my ram...

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“Healthy, happy and balanced athletes are the ones that make it across the finish line again and again throughout a long career and leave a legacy” - Jessie Diggins

Welcome to Episode 37 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring cross-country skier and Olympic gold medalist, Jessie Diggins.

You may remember seeing Jessie at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, where she became the first American, along with her teammate Kikkan Ran...

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Welcome to Episode 36 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Sports Dietitian and research extraordinaire, Kelly Pritchett. 

Kelly holds a PhD in Exercise Physiology, in addition to an undergraduate degree in Nutrition from The University of Alabama. She has been a practicing dietitian since 2005, and currently is a Professor of Nutrition and Exercise Science at Central Washington University (CWU). She also runs a nutrition and...

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Welcome to Episode 35 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Sports Dietitian Kelly Jones MS, RD, CSSD, LDN. I invited Kelly on the show to talk all about supplements, especially for active individuals, and I am confident you will learn SO much from her!

Kelly is a board certified sports dietitian, former Division I athlete, and Mom based in the Philly area. I’ve been following her for awhile on social channels and was particul...

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Welcome to Episode 34 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite vegan ultra-runner and coach, Yassine Diboun. 

Yassine has a really inspirational story, and I’m so grateful that we were able to have such a long and in-depth discussion, including how he was able to overcome years of substance abuse and overhaul his entire life to become the amazing athlete and role model that he is today. He’s also an all-around awesome perso...

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Welcome to Episode 33 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite adventure racer and Team New Zealand Captain, Nathan Fa’avae.?

Nathan is a legend in the world of adventure racing. He has been a full-time or semi-professional athlete for 18 years, and he is still absolutely crushing it. He has accomplished many impressive athletic feats during this time, including captaining the New Zealand adventure racing team to six World ...

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Welcome to Episode 32 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Senior Peloton Instructor and Masters World Champion track cyclist, Christine D’Ercole. 

Whether you are a Peloton rider and already familiar with Christine or you're not, I am so excited to share her story with you today. She calls herself a story-teller, and she truly is. She shared story after story during our 2+ hour interview, and I felt like we could’ve ...

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Welcome to Episode 31 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast! Today we welcome elite ultrarunner and low-carb high-fat athlete, Mike McKnight, back to the show to chat about two epic things that he recently achieved. In May, he ran 100 miles on ZERO CALORIES in 18 hours and 40 minutes. Then, in late September, he set the men’s supported FKT on the Colorado Trail, which is 485 miles, in 7 days and 13 hours. 

In this episode, we cover his p...

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October 27, 2020 13 min

Season 3 is finally here!! Or at least this short episode with yours truly is, giving you a little update on what I've been up to these past couple of months, and a preview of my plans for this season of the show. 

After a two-month break from recording to head back to NYC and settle back into the working / watching the kids / crazy Covid life, I’m finally starting to record episodes again and get some interviews lined up. I hav...

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I’m particularly excited to share Episode 29 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast with you all, as it’s a more personal episode in which I share my own recent running and nutrition experiences, and I also introduce you to my fellow adventure-seeker and running buddy for life - my husband Eric.

My goal for this episode is to demonstrate that running (or whatever sport you enjoy engaging in) is not cancelled! I know how disappointing race...

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Welcome to Episode 28 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Anne Mauney, MPH RD. 

Anne is a DC area based Registered Dietitian as well as a mother, a runner, and a lover of travel, adventure, the great outdoors, and healthy recipe creation. She has a blog called fAnnetastic food and she has her own nutrition counseling private practice to help clients improve their relationships with food via an intuitive eating approach. 

This...

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Welcome to Episode 27 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Ali Feller, host of the Ali on the Run Show

I’m embarrassed to say that it’s taken me over two months to edit and publish this episode! The joys of working and parenting in these crazy times, that’s all I can say. Podcasting has had to take a bit of a backseat to everything else unfortunately, but I’m still recording episodes whenever I can!

You probably know Ali fro...

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Welcome to Episode 26 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite ultrarunner and (mostly) vegan athlete, Mike Wardian. 

If you haven’t heard of Mike, he’s a beast of an athlete and also one of the nicest, down-to-earth guys you’ll meet in the running world (and elsewhere). The number of back-to-back races, Fastest Known Times (FKTs), and other events that he participates in - and conquers - seemingly every week is superhuman....

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Welcome to Episode 25 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Pediatric Dietitian, Pegah Jalali, MS RD. 

Yep, I’m taking a little break from my usual sports nutrition programing to focus on infant and toddler nutrition! It may seem unrelated to talk about general nutrition for kids on this podcast but really, it’s not. Many of my listeners and clients are parents, and as parents, we of course want to do our best to keep our enti...

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Welcome to Episode 24 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Elite ultrarunner, Courtney Dauwalter. 

Courtney is arguably one of the best ultrarunners competing right now, and it’s no surprise that she was voted UltraRunner of the Year for the second year in a row. She has won a number of big races, including the prestigious Ultra-trail du Mont-Blanc in 2019 and Western States 100 in 2018, and has set numerous course records. S...

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