Jennifer Sygo

Jennifer Sygo

www.jennifersygo.com
Toronto, ON / Dietitian/sports nutritionist/speaker/author, Unmasking Superfoods (2014). Dietitian, Cleveland Clinic Canada, Toronto Maple Leafs, Athletics Canada.
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I spoke with Global News to break down the myths about high-performance training and diets, and how they apply to regular people.

Global News' Nicole Bogart examines the Michael Phelps diet with nutritionist Jennifer Sygo, M. RD - Nutrition for Prevention and Performance and.

Jennifer Sygo is a dietitian, sports nutritionist, author, and professional speaker specializing in prevention and performance.

Dietitian, sports nutritionist, professional speaker, nutrition columnist for the National Post, and Director of Nutrition for Cleveland Clinic Canada.

Healthynomics Podcast with Mark Kennedy: Surprising nutrition habits of professional athletes. My breakfast routine. Time savings tips for families with busy schedules. Tips for new runners looking to lose weight. Nutritional timing – is it important? Hot trends in nutrition and whether there is any merit to them. Is it possible to run and rely only on fat for fuel? Simple steps you can take today to eat better and help become a better runner.

Healthynomics Podcast with Mark Kennedy: Surprising nutrition habits of professional athletes. My breakfast routine. Time savings tips for families with busy schedules. Tips for new runners looking to lose weight. Nutritional timing – is it important? Hot trends in nutrition and whether there is any merit to them. Is it possible to run and rely only on fat for fuel? Simple steps you can take today to eat better and help become a better runner.

Dreading Cold and Flu Season? Emerging research suggests bacteria in our gut could play a key role in keeping us healthy. But where do we start when it comes to understanding our gastrointestinal tract? I had a great time on CTV's new morning show "Your Morning" to talk about foods that contain probiotics and prebiotics.

Dreading Cold and Flu Season? Emerging research suggests bacteria in our gut could play a key role in keeping us healthy. But where do we start when it comes to understanding our gastrointestinal tract? I had a great time on CTV's new morning show "Your M

The benefits of omega-3 fats are well known, but what about other types of fat? My latest article in the Toronto Star breaks down the (conflicting and confusing!) science to let you know where we stand and what we should believe.

The benefits of fats are well known, but what about other types of fat? My latest article in the Toronto Star breaks down the (conflicting and confusing!) science to let you know where we stand and what we should believe.

What Do Olympians Eat? I spoke with the National Post about what the diets of Olympic triathletes, gymnasts, and shot putters actually look like and why it works for their sport.

VIDEO: Athletes' diets vary according to the requirements of their sport and training, and their size and body type

Eating right will better fuel your performance on and off the ice

Get tips on how to eat right to play Canada’s great game from Jennifer Sygo, the Toronto Maple Leafs’ nutritionist

Canada AM: Healthy Uses for your Slow Cooker

Slow cookers may be synonymous with meat, but there are ways to use it and cut back on the calories.

Canada AM: Protein Packed Breakfasts

Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day, and healthy protein offers the best way to start your day off right.

Global TV: Unmasking Superfoods

Global TV: Unmasking Superfoods

CBC News The Lang and O'Leary Exchange: Unmasking Superfoods

From goji berries to the simple potato, registered dietitian Jennifer Sygo answers viewer's questions about superfoods.

Canada AM: Worth the money or just a waste? Unmasking superfood myths

Canada AM: Worth the money or just a waste?

I'm pleased to announce that I've joined the team at the Toronto Star. I'll now write for their online, print, and new (free, and gorgeous) tablet as part of their food, health, and fitness features, about twice per month. My first feature, on beets (love beets!) is available now on the new tablet (again, it's free! Seriously!), called Star Touch.

I'm pleased to announce that I've joined the team at the Toronto Star. I'll now write for their online, print, and new (free, and gorgeous) tablet as part of their food, health, and fitness features, about twice per month. My first feature, on beets (love beets!) is available now on the new tablet (again, it's free! Seriously!), called Star Touch.

Grass-fed beef and milk reach market tipping point as research bolsters nutrition claims

With virtually no public announcement, the FDA has decided it will continue to allow livestock producers to use the drugs in feed, unabated; a move that is threatening food safety by contributing to the spread of new, antibiotic-resistant “super-germs".

Low-carb diet hype belies the fact there is no cure-all, quick-fix regimen for everyone

Some gourmet pizzerias in San Francisco feature some of the most celebrated chefs in the Bay Area, including a world champion pizza maker.