What's the difference between sports nutrition and disordered eating? For too long sports performance has been aimed at shrinking ourselves for the sake of sport. At some point we are taught to fear foods or training methods because we think they will slow us down. In some cases, eating disorders and body dysmorphia emerge. Carbs, sugar, strength training, body fat, muscle gain, have all been demonized in the past for sports performance. It's time we get clear on how our body can perform with proper fuel and training, and reclaim sports nutrition from diet culture. Strength looks different on everybody. Learn the tools to improve your performance by improving your food and body relationships in this clinic.