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journal for strength coaches, personal trainers, physical therapists, athletic
trainers, and other health professionals working in the strength and conditioning
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The NSCA is pleased to announce the companies that sponsor the NSCA Sports Nutrition Programs supply quality products to the sports nutrition industry. Click on their logo to view their educational content.
EAS is the only science-based sports nutrition brand that is certified as safe and free of banned substances by the National Football League and National Football League Players Association.
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“Since the first reported research studies of sports nutrition in Sweden in the late 1930s, research and its applications have continued to grow. It is now well established that appropriate nutrition is a cornerstone of effective and efficient strength and conditioning programs to optimize health, safety, positive adaptations, and performance. Increasing our knowledge and understanding on sports nutrition has far-reaching implications for ourselves as coaches and our athletes.” -- Carwyn Sharp, PhD, CSCS, RSCC*D, NSCA Chief Science Officer
Informed-Choice is a quality assurance program for sports nutrition products, suppliers to the sports nutrition industry, and supplement manufacturing facilities.
The objective is to certify that participating sports supplement manufacturers have met stringent independent certification process guidelines, which are developed through a consensus process involving regulatory, sports industry and consumer groups. Informed-Choice certifies that all nutritional supplements and/or ingredients that bear the Informed-Choice logo have been tested for banned substances.