Theme: Understanding the critical role of nutrition and supplements in enhancing metabolism for optimal sporting activity

Sports Nutrition 2016

Sports Nutrition 2016

Conference series LLC invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 'International Conference on Sports Nutrition and Supplements' during December 08-09, 2016 in Philadelphia, USA which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Sports Nutrition 2016 tries to bring together Researchers, Academicians and Students to share their ideas, research experiences and wisdom. The session would highlight the topics like Apophysitis, Effusion, Fasciotomy, Hemarthrosis and many more

Track 1: Dietary Supplements

Dietary Supplement is intended to provide nutrients that is usually not consumed in daily diet in sufficient quantities. Supplements as generally understood to include vitaminsminerals, fibre, fatty acids, amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, etc among other substances. These products are not intended to prevent or treat any disease but are required to provide the essential nutrition which the body lacks. The intended use of dietary supplements is to ensure that a person doing excessive physical activity must get enough essential nutrients.

Some sports supplements can play an important role in health. For example, calcium and vitamin D are important for strong bones. Pregnant women can take the vitamin folic acid to prevent certain birth defects in their babies.

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Track 2: Fitness and Sports Nutrition

We've all heard that "You are what you eat." But this old axiom tells only part of the story. While correct Sports Nutrition is essential to a proper fitness in training program, it's also essential to check HOW you eat. The important points to keep into consideration are meal pulsation, macronutrient and micronutrient ratios, distinction to athletic objectives, and spacing the caloric intake. By keeping these key points in consideration body fitness can be easily achieved. The correct diet will recuperate your energy levels and help your body maintain the Energy balance more effectively. Smart decision making about the quality, quantity and timing of food to eat can help achieve the best levels.

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Track 3: Energy Balance & Managing body Composition

Calories cater the energy that the body demands to function. The major nutritional divisions of vitamins, carbohydrate, mineral, fibres, protein and fat can all be used by the body to provide steam required for sporting activity. The traditional high-performance aerobic-endurance diet subsists of 60% to 70% calories in the form of carbohydrates, 10% to 15% as proteins and 15% to 25% to be in the form of fat.

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Track 4: Exercise and Event Nutrition

From an athletes’ point of view the nutrition is either related to workouts and events, or general nutrition. Nutrition analogous to workouts and events refers to nutrition before, during and after workouts and events. It is about pre-, during- and post-exercise nutrition. It is mostly about food, protein and carbohydrate calories and to some extent about sodium and other micronutrients as well.

Caloric mix, quality, carbohydrate and vitamins, minerals and other nutrients have ponderous role to play in general or overall nutrition.

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Track 5: Body building and Protein Nutrition

Protein is not only the basic structural material of all cells but is also biologically active in enzymes, immunoglobulins, neurotransmitters, nutrient transport, hormones, and storage compounds and ECM receptors. Protein is required for muscle makeup and enzymes are vital in catalysing many body processes.

The statistics show that a young adult daily RDA is 56 gms per day for men and 46 gms per day for women. Growth, puberty, pregnancy, lactation and exercise increase the demand for protein and energy in the body. The FNB’s acceptable macronutrient ranges from 10% to 35%.

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Track 6: Caloric Diet and Recommendations

You need energy for basal metabolism, the primary ingredient for running your body. Basal metabolism includes beating of your heart, circulation of blood through your kidneys, liver and other organs; stocking your brain with energy, dispensing the rods and cones of your eyes to see, generating salivary and gastrointestinal juices for digestion, and propelling the food through your bowels.

Beyond basal metabolism, you need energy to stock your daily activities, inclusive of exercise. Calorie bestows the energy that body needs to operate. Befitting diet intake is necessary to provide fuel to our body. 

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Track 7: Sports Food and Energy Drinks

Sports Drinks or Energy Drinks are advertised as fluids, electrolyte and calories for the use before, during and after exercise. Providing fluids and calories is their dominant purpose. Most sports drinks contain approximately 6% centralization of carbohydrates. This points out the fact that most sports drinks contains 100 to 125 calories per pint.

The only electrolyte that has persistently been shown to be important to athletes is only sodium and only during excessive workout when more than several quarters of fluid have been lost. 

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Track 8: Nutrient requirement & Analytical studies

A diet should be superlative in both quality and quantity of food, in order to restock the energy reserves and avoid lethargy or inappropriate nutrition. A valuable diet will help the body operate at its best. Carbohydrates are the best energy source to provide power for the functioning of muscles. Eating sufficient carbohydrate before, during and post exercise helps to maintain energy levels, delay weariness during exercise and reinforce a more rapid recovery. With carbohydrate as the main energizing source, you can maintain your activity for a longer period. Carbohydrate foods or "carbs" should make up for more than half your total energy intake. If you are involved in excessive daily exercise, your carbohydrate requirement for the body will be even higher and you should make sure you eat sufficient carbohydrate to meet your increased daily requisite.

For every Kg of body weight 1.3 calories of energy is required every hour. (An athlete weighting 50 Kg would require 1.3 x 24 hours x 50 Kg = 1560 calories/day). For each hour of training a person requires 8.5 calories of energy for each Kg of body weight. (For a two hour training session a 50 Kg athlete would require 8.5 x 2hrs x 50 Kg = 850 calories). An athlete weighting 50Kg who trains for two hours would require an intake of approximately 2410 calories (1560 + 850).

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Track 9: Eating Disorders in Athletes

Engrossment in organized sports can offer many benefits, such as enhanced self-esteem and body image, and inspiration for a human to remain active throughout their lives.  Athletic competition, however, can also be a reason contributing to immense psychological and physical stress. When the pressures of athletic competition are added to an existing cultural emphasis on slimness, the risks multiplies for athletes to develop disordered eating. In a study of NCAA athletes, more than 33% of female athletes reported attitudes and indications placing them at risk for anorexia nervosa. Even if most athletes with eating disorders are female, male athletes are also equally at risk—especially those grappling in sports this tend to place an emphasis on an athlete’s diet, presentation, size, and weight requirements, such as wrestling, running, crew, and bodybuilding.

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Track 10: Age & Gender Specific Nutritional Needs

People need to modify their diet in their 50s, 60s, and beyond! They need minor calories every decade. Their mobility reduces, they have less muscle locomotion, and their metabolic rate also goes down. The challenge while overall reduced eating is to eat more nutrient-rich foods, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, fish, low-fat dairy products, beans, and lean cuts of meat.

As they age, their immune activity reduces and hence their body needs the same amount of protein, vitamins, and minerals and, in some instances, even more nutrients.

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Track 11: Sports Nutrition Epidemiology

Nutritional epidemiology is approximately new field of medical research that studies the interconnection between nutrition and health. Diet and exercise are difficult to measure accurately, which partly explains why nutrition has received lesser attention than most other risk factors for disease in epidemiology.

Nutritional epidemiology is one of the young disciplines in epidemiology. This may be moderately due to the problems in measuring diet as an exposure. Diet and Exercise are defensibly the most difficult exposures to assess in observational research and are afflicted by considerable measurement error. Hence we are all bared, and the variation may be more subtle than with other, more noticeable exposures such as smoking or use of hormone replacement therapy.

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Track 12: Sports Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention

The Rehabilitation and Resume to play is the process of concluding when an injured or ill player or Athlete may safely return to habitude or Sports. The main aim is to bring back an injured player to training or game without putting the individual at undue risk of injury or illness. This process is criteria driven and not time driven. Athletes must accomplish certain bars of physical ability and criteria, before they can pace up through the stages. They will be treated in accordance with the various phase of the injury process you are in at the time of coming to clinic.

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Track 13: Physical and Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy tends to bring into light evaluation and improvement in a person’s functional abilities. An occupational therapist most often does not directly treat a person’s injury using medical techniques such as manual therapy or acupuncture therapy but usually helps a person in amending their independence and their capability to fulfil their daily activities following the situations of physical impairment. Occupational therapists often will directly treat injuries, but most often occupational therapy centres more on enhancing life skills and incorporating adaptive tools at times customized by the therapist. In some sections of the world occupational therapists bring in use practices such as use of ultrasound in injury rehabilitation, much like a physical therapist does.

The physical therapy profession (also known by the name ‘physiotherapy’ in many parts of the world) intends to be more focused on guesstimating and analysing movement dysfunctions as well as treating a person’s injury itself. While an occupational therapist will often do diagnosis, the physical therapist are more likely to diagnose and treat the physical source of the problem.

Both physical and occupational therapists are qualified extensively in anatomy and the musculoskeletal system as a result both are very knowledgeable about musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation than a practitioner medical doctor.

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Track 14: Joint Specific Injuries and Sports Nutrition

When injured, athletes face the battle of rehabilitation in the gym and physio room, however what they also choose to eat plays a vital role in their recovery. Whilst appropriate nutrition won’t cut rehabilitation from weeks to days, if used effectively it can ensure that the healing process is optimal and can help athletes make a strong return.

Some arthritic conditions, tendonitis and joint injuries may benefit from a glucosamine sulphate supplement. This is a vital component used in the formation of the connective tissues around joints; cartilage, tendons and ligaments. Adding an appropriate source during recovery from such conditions or even during hard training could help reduce joint pain and maintain flexibility of the joint.

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Track 15: Pathophysiology of musculoskeletal injuries

Skeletal muscle injuries are a common occurrence, especially during sporting activities. For example, hamstring strains accounted for 21% of injuries reported during two seasons of professional English football. The most common injuries reported in rugby league are also musculotendinous injuries to the lower limbs with hamstring and groin injuries making up 8.0–19.7% of all reported injuries. An understanding of the pathophysiology of muscle injury and repair is essential in order to provide the optimum treatment interventions and to limit injury or re-injury to a muscle. Reducing the risk of reinjury is an essential component of the rehabilitative process, as musculoskeletal injuries such as hamstring strains are compounded by a high recurrence rate of 12–31% with approximately 1 in 13 athletes re-injuring within the first year of return to sport.

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Track 16: Orthopaedics Treatment and Sports Nutrition

Orthopaedic surgery or orthopaedics (sometimes spelled orthopaedic surgery and orthopedics) is the branch of surgery concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system.

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Track 17: Sports Nutrition and Dentistry/ Oral Health

When you eat a balanced diet and drink enough water, your body will produce energy efficiently for growth and activity including sports. Eating a balanced diet is key to sports nutrition. The right combination of fuel (calories) from carbohydrates, proteins, and fats gives you energy for top performance. Replenishing fluids lost to sweat is the primary concern during an athletic event. Sports drinks are designed for use during non-stop exercise that lasts for more than 60 to 90 minutes. They generally contain water, some form of sugar, flavoring, coloring, and a dash of salt. There is no need for young athletes or most anyone, for that matter, to consume sports drinks other than during exercise.

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Track 18: Ayurveda and Sports Nutrition

Ayurveda, the 5000-year-old medical system of India, states that poor nutrition is the main cause of disease. Ayurveda is also called the ‘science of longevity’ because it offers a complete system to live a long healthy life without medication. It offers programs to rejuvenate the body through diet and nutrition. It offers treatment methods to cure many common diseases such as food allergies, which have few modern treatments.

Sports Nutrition is not described as such, neither in ancient nor in modern nutrition. It is the application of various medical principles to the sports activities, physical exercise and performance endeavours. It is related to the physiological as well as patho-physiological aspects of sports and athletics injuries. It is not only prevention and treatment of injuries, but it is a scientific investigation of training methods and practices in sports also. Ayurveda offers comprehensive approach to the science of life and health care. Ayurveda can also fulfill the need of Sports Nutrition up to certain extent. There is a lot of knowledge available to practice different treatment modalities for injuries, uses of drugs & dietetics as well as practices of rehabilitation.

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Track 19: Sports Nutrition and Fitness Management

Sport Nutrition and fitness management is a broad field that includes a wide range of job titles. Depending on their specific interests, professionals in this field can do anything from managing professional sports teams to running a local gym. Workers in this industry can practice in a variety of settings. Personal fitness trainers and sports coaches may sometimes work with clients outdoors, assisting them in performing exercise moves or developing their skills in a specific sport. Those involved in the business side of the field, including sports agents and fitness centre directors, may spend most of their time in an office setting planning programs, working on budgets and reviewing contracts.

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Track 20: Macro- and Micro-nutrient for Athletes

There are three essential macronutrients that people are probably already somewhat familiar with, at least by name. These macronutrients are Carbohydrate, Protein, and Fat and they all serve different but essential purposes and Sportsmen need to make sure they consume the right amount of each in their diet. Almost everything you eat will contain a combination of the three macronutrients

Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates are the most commonly maligned macronutrient when it comes to weight loss. While your body can do without Carbohydrates in your diet, you need them for your body to function at an optimal level and there is no need to remove them from your diet to successfully lose weight. There is nothing inherent about Carbohydrates that will make you gain or lose weight

Protein: Protein helps repair and maintain body tissues that naturally break down in daily life-style. Studies have shown that high-protein diets are better for fat loss and building muscle mass and help in making you feel fuller for longer. In fact you can expect these positive side-effects of a high Protein diet even while maintaining your Carbohydrate and Fat intake – which should come as no surprise to you by now. Fortunately, most adults in the United States get enough protein to meet their daily needs.

Fats: Much like Carbohydrates; Fat is a misunderstood macronutrient. Many people incorrectly believe that eating fat will make you fat, which is simply not true. The only thing that will make you fat is consuming more calories than you burn. Fat is not only essential for growth and development but Fat have been scientifically proven to help your body better absorb nutrients and vitamins from foods you eat. Fat also makes food taste better and makes you feel fuller for longer.

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Conference series LLC is conducting its “International Conference on Sports Nutrition and Supplementsat Philadelphia, USA from December 08-09, 2016. Sports Nutrition 2016 is based on the theme “Understanding the critical role of nutrition and supplements in enhancing metabolism for optimal sporting activity”. Sports Nutrition 2016 takes an initiative to provide Athletes and sportsman an understanding about the vital role of sports nutrition in improving the overall performance. Sports Nutrition 2016 is aimed to provide a distinguished opportunity to the professionals in the field of sports nutrition to discuss latest research and challenges in the field. Sports Nutrition 2016 is designed to provide an exclusive platform for nutritionists, registered dieticians, and other health-care professionals, researchers and students working in the field to deliberately, exchange views and their experiences in front of a large international audience. Sports Nutrition 2016 welcomes Presidents, CEO’s, scientists and researchers in Sports Nutrition and supplements sectors, Delegates and industrial executives from supplements and healthcare industries to participate in the interactive scientific-sessions, B2B meetings and panel discussions. The companies dealing with neutraceuticals and supplements can exhibit their products in the exhibition and expo.

Conference series LLC organizes 1000+ Global events every year across USA, Europe, & Asia-pacific regions with support from more than 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 700+ Open access journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members and reviewers.

Whether you exercise to keep fit, participate regularly in an organised sporting activity, or are training to reach the peak level of your sport, good nutrition is an essential tool to help you perform at your best. Making smart choices about the type, timing and quantity of food to eat can all play a role in realising your best. Eating well is specific to you and your individual nutritional needs, as well as your training and competition schedule.

Sports nutrition is a science that requires a solid understanding of the nutritional factors effecting performance, recovery and health, a knowledge of the nutritional value of food and fluids, and the necessary skills to implement appropriate nutritional strategies into daily training and competition. A key priority for athletes is to establish a well-chosen training diet that can be easily manipulated when special situations emerge (for example, changes to training load, changing body composition goals, or special competition needs). A good base diet will provide adequate nutrients and energy to enhance adaptations from training, support optimal recovery and avoid excessive food-related stress. Heavy training increases the need for nutrients, particularly carbohydrate, protein and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals).

Sports Nutrition 2016 will focus on spreading the knowledge about the required combination of physical activity and sports supplements in required proportion, carbohydrate loading, protein synthesis and many more.

Why to attend?

Whether you are a professional, Athlete or a weekend warrior, nutrition is fundamental for Athletic performance. Right diet will optimize your energy levels and help your body recover more rapidly. Enough energy is required to meet the demand of training and enable proper recovery between exercise sessions. Exercise and Sports generally increases the energy requirement and rarely do we realize the role of nutrition in meeting these requirements. Realizing this imperative,Conference series LLC is set to organize International Conference on Sports Nutrition this year with a view to enhance research and promote awareness aiming in developing solutions for the challenges encountered. Sports Nutrition 2016 will comprise of many leading keynote speakers and session speakers who will be delivering their speech on the current research topics of Advancements in the field of medical informatics. The young researchers and the student participants will gain the opportunity to grab the Best Poster Award by presenting their work as a poster presentation and Young Researcher Forum.

Target Audience:

  1. Young and brilliant researchers

  2. Doctors

  3. Professionals

  4. Directors

  5. CEO’s

  6. Presidents

  7. Vice-presidents

  8. Professors

  9. Associate professors

  10. Assistant professors

  11. Dietitians

  12. Business Delegates from allied industries and companies

Conference series LLC is glad to invite you to the “International Conference on Sports Nutrition and Supplements” to be held during December 08-09, 2016 at Philadelphia, USA. The conference emphasizes the theme “Understanding the critical role of nutrition and supplements in enhancing metabolism for optimal sporting activity highlighting the current research and advancements in the field of Sports Nutrition and Energy Supplements. Sports Nutrition 2016 welcomes the innovative strategies in the area of Nutritional Research and proposes a unique opportunity for the explorers across the globe to gather, share and perceive new scientific interactions upon the various aspects of Sports Nutrition.

Conference series LLC organizes 1000+ Global events every year across USA, Europe, & Asia-pacific regions with support from more than 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 700+ Open access journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members and reviewers.

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Scope and Importance of Sports Nutrition and Supplements

Whether it is a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, nutrition is fundamental for optimal performance. The right diet will optimise energy levels and help body recover more effectively. Body should be provided with enough energy (kilojoules) to meet the demands of training and enable proper recovery between exercise sessions. Training or competition generally increases daily energy requirements depending on duration, type and intensity of the activity.

Sports Nutrition is a science that deals with the understanding of the nutritional factors effecting performance, recovery and health, an acquaintance with the nutritional value of food and fluids, and the necessary skills to implement appropriate nutritional strategies into daily training and competition. A key priority for athletes is to establish a well-chosen training diet that can be easily manipulated when special situations emerge (for example, changes to training load, changing body composition goals, or special competition needs). A good base diet will provide adequate nutrients and energy to enhance adaptations from training, support optimal recovery and avoid excessive food-related stress. Heavy training increases the need for nutrients, particularly carbohydrate, protein and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals).

Sports Nutrition 2016 tries to bring together Researchers, Academicians and Students to share their ideas, research experiences and wisdom. The session would highlight the topics like Apophysitis, Effusion, Fasciotomy, Hemarthrosis and many more.

Why Philadelphia, USA?

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has been home to many teams and events in professional, semi-professional, amateur, college, and high-school sports. Philadelphia is one of twelve cities that hosts teams in all four major sports leagues in North America, and Philadelphia is one of just three cities in which one team from every league plays within city limits. These major sports teams are the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball, the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League, the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association and the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League. With so much enthusiasm in the city for sports at every level, there also emerges a growing demand for sports products like sports drinks, supplements, sports bars, and even a demand for related services like sports counselling.

Understanding the critical importance of nutrition for sporting activity and peak performance, Conference series LLC steps ahead to organize an International Conference and Exhibition on Sports Nutrition with an intention to provide a strong platform for researchers and industrial delegates to conflate, cogitate and present newer ideas for future collaborations.

Members Associated with Sports Nutrition Research

Fig 1: Percentage of Members Associated with Sports Nutrition Research

Hospitals Associated with Sports Nutrition in Philadelphia

  •  Pennsylvania Hospital
  •  Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
  •  Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
  •  Albert Einstein Medical Center
  •  Magee Rehabilitation Hospital
  •  Abington Memorial Hospital
  •  Aria Health
  •  Chestnut Hill Hospital
  •  Hahnemann University Hospital
  •  Jeanes Hospital
  •  Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
  •  St Joseph's Hospital
  •  Episcopal Hospital
  •   Roxborough Memorial Hospital

Hospitals Associated with Sports nutrition in USA

  •   Andalusia Regional Hospital
  •   Athens-Limestone Hospital
  •   Atmore Community Hospital
  •   Baypointe Hospital
  •   Beacon Children's Hospital
  •   Bryan Whitfield Memorial Hospital
  •   Bryce Hospital
  •   Bullock County Hospital
  •   Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System East Campus
  •   Choctaw General Hospital
  •   Clay County Hospital
  •   Community Hospital
  •   Cooper Green Mercy Hospital

Hospitals Associated with Sports Nutrition Worldwide

  •   Beijing Puhua International Hospital, Tiantan
  •   CMU Beijing Anzhen Hospital
  •   OASIS International Hospital
  •   Peking Union Medical College Hospital
  •   Puhua International Hospital - Shuangjing
  •   Red Cross Chaoyang Hospital
  •   Aichi Saiseikai Hospital
  •   Holy Spirit Hospital
  •   Japanese Red Cross Nagoya Daiichi Hospital
  •   Nagoya City East Medical Center
  •   National Hospital Organization Higashi Nagoya National Hospital
  •   Chita Kosei Hospital
  •   Hospital Sungai Bakap
  •   Hospital TanjungKarang
  •   Hospital Jempol
  •   Columbia Asia Hospital
  •   Hospital UniversitiSains Malaysia
  •   Alexandra Hospital
  •   National University Hospital (Singapore)
  •   Raffles Hospital
  •   St Luke's Hospital, Singapore
  •   Adam Road Hospital
  •   Central Correctional Hospital
  •   Taksin Hospital
  •   Vajira Hospital
  •   Bangkok Christian Hospital
  •   Bangkok International Hospital
  •   Golden Years Hospital
  •   Paolo Memorial Hospital Nawamin
  •   Sotaravej Hospital

Fig 2: Percentage of Hospitals

Societies Associated with Sports Nutrition in Philadelphia

  •   Philadelphia Sports Network
  •   Philly Sports and Social
  •   Cavanaugh's Headhouse Square
  •   National Association of Sports Nutrition
  •   Society of Sports Nutrition
  •  Nutrition in Womens Health
  •  Applied Health Fitness Psychology
  •  International Society of Sports Nutrition
  •  American Dietetic Association
  •  Sports Dietetics Philadelphia

Societies Associated with Sports Nutrition in USA

  •   International Society of Sports Nutrition
  •   National Association of Sports Nutrition
  •   Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition
  •   Society of Sports Nutrition
  •   International Sports Science Association
  •   The Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association
  •   Sports Nutrition Specialist
  •   Americans Academy of Sports Dietitians and Nutritionist
  •   National Strength and Conditioning Association
  •   American Fitness Professionals and Associates
  •   U.S. Anti-doping agencies
  •   National Exercise and Sports Trainer Association
  •   Canadian Standards of Ethics in Sports
  •   United States Degree Programme in Sports Nutrition
  •   Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  •   American Dietetic Association
  •   Sports Dietetics USA
  •   The American Aerobic Association International

Societies Associated with Sports Nutrition Worldwide

  •  International Society of Sports Nutrition
  •  Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition
  •  World Health Organization
  •  Global Health Organization
  • Advanced Sports Nutrition Association
  •  International Union of Nutritional Science
  •  International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
  •  International Society of renal Nutrition and Metabolism
  •  Federation of International Societies ofPediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
  •  International Movement and Nutrition Society
  •  World Public Health Nutritional Association
  •  International Congress of Nutrition
  •  Society of Implementation Science in Nutrition
  •  Global Nutrition Committee
  •  International Confederation of Dietetic Associations

Fig 3: Percentage of Societies

Industries Associated with Sports Nutrition in Philadelphia

  •  Nutrisystem Meal Plan
  •  Chesnut Hill Sports Nutrition
  •  Doylestone Sports Nutrition
  •  Joseph Price MD Services
  •  Kenneth F Gavin DO Services
  •  Lewis David W Services
  •  Garnett Geraldine
  •  Albert Tord J Services
  •  Dr.Snyman Chiropractic Group
  •  Aquahab Physical Therapy
  •  Novacare Sporting Club
  •  Novacare Washington Square
  •  VolgrafChriopractic Centre
  •  JosaphineDePalma Sports Medicine
  •  Healthsouth Sports Medicine
  •  Maenpaa Sports Medicine
  •  Philadelphia Chiropractic & Sports Medicine
  •  Delaware Valley Sports Medicine Center
  •  The Foot & Ankle Center of Philadelphia
  •  Jefferon Sports Medicine Centre

Industries Associated with Sports Nutrition in USA

  •  Optimum Nutrition
  •   Beast Sports Nutrition
  •   Nutritional Company
  •   Sure Organics
  •   Extreme Biosciences
  •   Herbalife
  •   LifeBotanica
  •   Heart Health Plus
  •   180 Naturals
  •   21st Century Organics
  •   ACE-Appetite, Control and Energy
  •   Active Liquid Wellness
  •   Advanced Nutrition System
  •   Advocare
  •   Advocare Internationals
  •   Ageless Way LLC
  •   Akea
  •   Amy-Wilson Juice Plus
  •   Andes Organogold
  •   Arborist Nutrition LLC
  •   Better Body Forever

Industries Associated with Sports Nutrition Worldwide

  •   Bergstrom Nutrition
  •   Body Science
  •   Boost Buddy
  •   Healthspan
  •   Life extension Foundation
  •   Neocell
  •   Now foods
  •   Nutrishop
  •   Young Living
  •   Better Bariatric
  •   Big Apple Supplements
  •   Bio-Life Energy Systems
  •   Biolife Natural Products
  •   Blackline Elite
  •   BodyFitInc
  •   California Earth Minerals

Fig 4: Percentage of Industries

Universities Associated with Sports Nutrition in Philadelphia

  • Devry University, Center City
  • Drexel University
  • Holy Family University
  • La Salle University
  • Philadelphia University
  • Saint Joseph's University
  • Strayer University
  • Temple University
  • Thomas Jefferson University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
  • Arcadia University
  • Bryn Mawr College
  • Cabrini College
  • Cheyney University
  • Delaware Valley College
  • Eastern University
  • Gwynedd-Mercy College
  • Immaculata University
  • Lincoln University
  • Neumann University
  • Penn State Abington
  • Penn State Brandywine
  • Cairn University
  • Rowan University
  • Rutgers University–Camden
  • Strayer University
  • Temple University Ambler
  • Villanova University
  • West Chester University
  • Widener University

Universities Associated with Sports Nutrition in USA

  • University of Alabama
  • Auburn University
  • University of Montevallo
  • Troy University
  • Arizona State University
  • University of Arizona
  • California State University
  • Adams State University
  • Colorado Mesa University
  • Western State Colorado University
  • Connecticut State University System
  • University of Delaware (UD)
  • Delaware State University
  • University of Florida
  • Fort Valley State University
  • University of Georgia 
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Baresan University
  • University of Hawaii 
  • Idaho State University
  • Chicago State University
  • Eastern Illinois University
  • Ball State University

Universities Associated with Sports Nutrition Worldwide

  •  Arizona State University
  •  Liberty University
  •  Ohio State University
  •  University of Minnesota
  •  University of Texas
  •  University of Florida
  •  University of Pheonix
  •  Towson University
  •  University of Tokyo
  •  Keio University
  •  Osaka University
  •  Meiji University
  •  Tokyo University of Science
  •  Aichi Gakuin University
  •  Osaka City University
  •  Temple University
  •  Siam University
  •  Rangsit University
  •  Thammasat University
  •  Bangkok University
  •  Maejo University
  •  Mahidol University
  •  University of Phayao
  •  University of Toronto
  •  McGill University
  •  Laval University
  • York University
  •  Burman University
  •  Dalhousie University
  •  University of Victoria
  •  University of Lethbridge

Fig 5: Percentage of Universities Associated with Sports Nutrition

Market Growth of sports nutrition in the last and upcoming years

The global market for sports nutrition and high energy supplements totalled $37.5 billion in 2014. This market is projected to approach $40.8 billion in 2015 and nearly $66.0 billion by 2020, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.1% through 2020.The global market for sports and energy drinks should total nearly $28.6 billion in 2015 and nearly $46.8 billion by 2020, with a CAGR of 10.3% for the period 2015-2020.High energy supplements as a segment should reach nearly $6.8 billion in 2015 and $11.2 billion by 2020, with a CAGR of 10.7% between 2015 and 2020.

Fig 6: Market of Sports Supplements and Sports Nutrition Products (in Billions USD)

Product manufactured by the industry related to sports nutrition

Fund allotment to Sports Nutrition research by NIH

Research in the field of sports nutrition grew with the growth in the awareness about the Health requirements for Athletes. With the growing awareness National Institute of Health provided various research projects a grant of $1411 million in 2011. The value of fund increased from $1411 million to $1692, $1524, $1555, $1566, $1600 million in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 respectively.

Fig 7: Sales of Sports Nutrition Product in Past 10 Years

Statistics of Physicians, Researchers and Academicians Working on Sports Nutrition (USA)

Sports medicine practitioners are located throughout the country, and the geographic spread of the establishments is consistent with the distribution in the country's population; regions with larger populations tend to have higher numbers of sports medicine practitioners. Overall, the number of sports medicine professionals per capita tends to be relatively high in large metropolitan cities compared with other areas, particularly compared to rural areas. Currently, the Southeast region accounts for the largest share of sports medicine practitioners at about 25.8% of the total establishments, spearheaded by Florida at 8.2% of the nation's total.The Mid-Atlantic, West and Great Lakes regions follow closely, at 19.7%, 14.4% and 13.9% of the total establishments, respectively.

Fig 8: Percentage of Sports Practitioners in different parts of USA

Jobs projected in the field of Sports Nutrition are expected to grow from 2012-2020 at the rate of approximately 18% for Physicians, 36% for Physical Therapist and 19% for Athletic Trainer.

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