The objective of this Symposium is to show the professionals from the world of sports the latest research Scientific and practical uses of current sports supplements in different sports disciplines: Endurance, team sports and strength.
The non-doping nutritional ergogenic aids constitute a wide and differentiated range of foods, whose main function is to supplement the diet to optimize nutrition in order to promote health and maximize the results of training in athletes.
Nutritional supplements such as protein concentrates, amino acids or their derivatives and carbohydrates, represent valid and legitimate alternatives to improve the composition of diets.
Dietary supplements are currently marketed in the form of extracts, concentrates, tablets, capsules, soft gels, gel caps, gummies, liquids, or powders.
During the last fifteen years, sales of supplements in the world market have seen an unprecedented increase.
This has encouraged a flood of new partners to enter the market with products that promise weight loss, muscle gain, or simply promise to be the elixir of health and vitality. Unfortunately, most don't have enough scientific evidence to back them up.
Since Crown Sport Nutrition was born, its commitment and main axis has been based on science. That is why they have organized this symposium and invite you free of charge to attend the XNUMXst International Symposium on Nutritional Supplements for Sport and Health by Crown Sport Nutrition.
Table of Contents
What does a symposium consist of?
The event consists of 5 lectures given by internationally recognized researchers with extensive experience in the area of sports nutrition
The Symposium will be in English with simultaneous translation into Spanish (on different channels).
Opening of the Symposium: Trisha Van Dusseldorp, PhD, CISSN, CSCS. President of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN)
Where to sign up?
You can register for free in the symposium through this link
Dr. Laurent Bannock DProf, MSc, CSCS, RNutr, SENr.
He is a scientific advisor and sports nutritionist based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Currently, his work is mainly focused on supporting elite athletes and teams.
Currently, Laurent is the nutritionist for the world number one Belgian men's national soccer team, and is also an advisor to several elite European and Scottish professional soccer and rugby teams.
Laurent is also the Founder and Director of the Institute of Performance Nutrition (IOPN), based in Edinburgh, Scotland, which specializes in applied research and advanced level professional education programs for exercise and sports nutritionists.
Dr. Fernando Naclerio, Ph.D. CSCS; CISSN, AfN RNutritionist
He currently works as an associate professor at Strength training and Sports Nutrition for the University of Greenwich in the UK. He directs the Center for Physical Activity and Rehabilitation. And he is the director of the Master of Strength and Conditioning of said university institution.
Dr. Fernando has five books and more than thirty published book chapters. In recent years he has published more than 100 scientific manuscripts. His research is currently focused on the effects of strength training and nutritional strategies (natural supplement diets) on performance, injury prevention, and muscle structure and morphology.
He is a regular speaker at National and International events and is a regular editor and reviewer of several high-impact magazines in the field of Sports Science.
MSc. Aitor Viribay
MSc. Aitor Viribay is a researcher in exercise physiology, metabolism and sports nutrition. He has published several high-impact research papers in the area of training and sports nutrition.
Currently, he works as a Nutritionist and Exercise Physiologist at Astana-Premier Teach (a World Tour cycling team that competes in the best races in the world). Viribay is also the scientific advisor to Kilian Jornet, one of the best athletes in the world (mountain athlete), and many other world-class endurance athletes in this specialty.
He is the founder and director of Glut4Science. Viribay is a professor at different universities.
His current line of research includes metabolism and substrate oxidation, digestive system training and carbohydrate intake during exercise, mitochondrial function, nutrition, and hypoxic training.
Dr Darren Candow
Dr. Darren Candow, PhD, CSEP-CEP, is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina.
Dr. Candow is the Director of the Aging Muscle and Bone Health Laboratory, and is a member of the editorial review committee of different scientific journals such as Nutrients, Frontiers and the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.
Dr. Candow has received more than $ 1.5 million in research funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, and the Nutricia Research Foundation.
Dr. Candow is an internationally renowned researcher in the area of creatine supplementation and musculoskeletal aging.
He has published 90 peer-reviewed manuscripts (59 of which related to creatine supplementation). He has an H-Index of 36, an i10-index of 51, and his posts have been cited more than 4000 times.