Vitamin D deficiency is more common than rare in dancers. Read the post to find out why, and how to prevent/treat it.
This article is to answer a question I received on Instagram. Q: I heard fasting is good for you, but is it recommended for dancers? A: My answer is no. Fasting isn't a great thing to do for your body as a dancer, especially if you're in intense training. Your body naturally… Continue reading Q&A: Should dancers fast?
What if proper nutrition and rest could greatly help with preventing injuries? That's less time out of lessons. Less of the whining and feeling frustrated that you couldn't be on that stage; for that show; for that competition. That's more time doing the thing you truly love - dancing. This year, you can take… Continue reading Dance Nutrition 101 – Nourish towards injury-free
Eating can enhance your performance, but not-eating can't. No matter how much nutrition knowledge you get, you're not making use of it until you start eating plentifully! Take a moment and absorb these important roles of eating: Eating plentifully will support your ability to dance, physically. Eating plentifully and healthfully can help prevent… Continue reading Dance Nutrition 101 – Eating can enhance your performance, but Not-eating can’t
Weight loss dieting is harmful for dancers and should never be recommended. Dancers with more disordered eating (dieting) behaviours have greater incident of injuries. When the majority of dancers are only getting approx. 20-30% of their energy and nutrition needs, this isn't surprising and it is very concerning. If we - that's… Continue reading Dance Nutrition 101 – Weight loss dieting is harmful for dancers
You can protect yourself from injuries by saying good-bye to diets