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Moniqu Ryan

Monique Ryan, MS, RDN, CSSD, LDN

Monique RyanFor over twenty-five years Monique Ryan has guided her clients in translating and applying the science of evidence based nutrition principles through personalized food and supplement plans designed to improve their well-being, health, and performance. She has also impacted the health and performance of Americans through her magazine articles and books, presentations, and corporate wellness programs.

While Monique regularly works with athletes competing at all levels and in any sport, she has extensive experience working with top-level athletes and has been a leading sports dietitian at the forefront of cutting edge sports nutrition practices for over two decades.

She is the author of Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, and three other sports nutrition books. Her articles have appeared in print and online, for a number of publications including VeloNews, Inside Triathlon, Outside, Oxygen, Men’s Journal, Her Sports, Women’s Sports and Fitness, eatright.org, and kidseatright.org. Monique is frequently quoted in print and has appeared on CLTV, Fox TV, and the WGN, ABC, and CBS news. Monique is available to see patients in person in Evanston and Chicago, IL. She also offers online nutritional programs for endurance athletes across North America.

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Daily Hydration: it’s all part of the plan for athletes

With warmer weather finally here (if you live in Chicago like I do!) we should all be paying closer attention to our daily hydration, especially when leading up to exercise in the heat. You do want to arrive to your workouts well hydrated. One way to determine your personal fluid needs is divide your body  Continue Reading »

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Six reasons to get tested for celiac disease before going off wheat/gluten

With books title Wheat Belly and Grain Brain now on bestseller lists, it might be tempting to just eliminate wheat from your diet to manage a variety of symptoms that have been linked to wheat or gluten intolerance. While the conditions of non-celiac gluten intolerance or wheat sensitivity are real, so is celiac disease which  Continue Reading »

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