Performance Nutrition in Lexington, Kentucky
Dr. James Garrett
We Offer Performance Nutrition
Whether you are training for a marathon, your child needs a boost in proper athletic nutrition for their age and activity level, or you want to achieve a new benchmark in personal health and fitness, performance nutritional counseling in Lexington KY may be just what you need.
Our Lexington chiropractor, Dr. Anthony Bastecki, along with the rest of our sports chiropractic team is here to help you understand what we offer and how we can help you or a dear family member.
No matter what your goals, we are confident we can help.
What Types of Performance Nutrition Can You Find with Your Lexington Chiropractor?
Many patients come to see us when their training has come to a crawl, or it has completely stalled. Deep into training, other patients start to increasingly experience injuries that might be avoided with improved nutrition, or they need help with weight management. Regardless of what brings you to us at A. Bastecki Chiropractic & Wellness Center, we have several performance nutrition plans.
It is often difficult for athletes to strike the right balance between healthy eating and not eating quite enough to meet caloric and nutritional when in the midst of intensive training. With sports chiropractic in Lexington, we can help you make sure you are eating plenty of the right foods with a few of the following strategies:
Recommending Healthy and All-Natural Supplements. Dr. Bastecki offers an all performance nutrition natural supplement made up of fruit and vegetable extracts, including beets, celery, red spinach, and more. This nutrient dense supplement increases blood flow and oxygen delivery to cells so your muscles can function efficiently and prevent fatigue. We also provide a Protein Pacing System, using undernatured whey protein, which offers many benefits and comes from grassfed cattle in New Zealand where pesticides are prohibited.
Discussing a Whole Food Eating Plan. Weight management—whether you need to lose or gain a few pounds—can be complex for athletes. We discuss the benefits of eating a well-rounded, whole food diet that includes berries, bananas, quinoa, salmon, beans and legumes, cruciferous vegetables, and nuts and seeds. A few additional basic staples that will fill you up for the big athletic event include whole grain pasta and brown rice.