A diet adapted to your needs to improve your sports performance.
The "Nutrition and sports activities" consultation is aimed at all those who practice or wish to practice a sporting activity. The level of training and performance does not matter.
Proper nutrition allows for maximum progress, optimal performance, recovery, and injury prevention.
Nutrition is divided into macro and micro nutrition.
Macro-nutrition concerns energy intake (in calories or joules) in the form of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Macro-nutrient intake is also a fundamental determinant of body composition (percentage of lean mass, fat mass, degree of hydration).
Its evaluation and optimisation are the first step in nutritional management. It takes into account the measurements taken during a bio-impedance (morphotype) as well as the intake and expenditure necessary according to the type of sporting activity practised, its duration and intensity.
Micro-nutrition is concerned with elements that do not provide energy, often present in small quantities and most often serving as cofactors for enzymatic reactions. These are vitamins, antioxidants, and trace elements.
These elements are fundamental to optimise the functioning of the human body and, as a result, bring about an improvement in certain elements such as endurance, resistance, and strength.
Of course, in the medical context of the nutritional consultation, the macro- and micro-nutritional evaluation can be completed by a hormonal evaluation (thyroid tests, androgenic axis, etc.)
In the context of the nutrition and sports activities consultation, we evaluate the nutritional and/or hormonal state thanks to a biological screening and then propose optimisation paths according to individual objectives.
The nutrition and sports activities programmes are also provided at the Coppet Diabetes Clinic.
022 362 03 62
9 rue de la Morâche,
Opening hours of the medical practice :
Monday - Wednesday - Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday from 8:00 - 12:00
The practice is closed on Thursdays and weekends.
In case of emergency, you can contact the doctor on duty at the clinic.