2004 Program

or Update Registration


Sports Leadership Congress

2003 Testimonials

Bulletin Board




Link to Us

Mailing List


Fund Raisers

2003 Program

Our Program --> Health & Wellness Lectures & Clinics --> Smart Dieting for Athletic Performance and Nutritional Supplements

Be sure to join our mailing list for latest news releases and updates! See the FULL PROGRAM. See our bulletin board to engage others in a conversation about the topics in our program.

Also see:
+ Health & Wellness Lectures & Clinics (Sat/Sun, Mar 27/28)
+ Athlete Scholarship Fund Raising Dinner (separate fee) (Sat, Mar 27)

DayBeginning Time Duration Event
Sat, Mar 27, 2004 9:45 AM
10:40 AM
1 hour Smart Dieting for Athletic Performance and Nutritional Supplements


Fenway Community Health (www.fenwayhealth.org)

Fenway offers the highest quality care. Our physicians are Board-certified or Board-eligible in internal medicine, and many are also certified in a specialty. Our medical staff has admitting privileges at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, one of the top medical facilities in the nation. And all of our physicians hold faculty appointments at Harvard Medical School, a world-class training and research institution. At Fenway, all these resources are placed in the service of one goal: to treat every client as a whole and unique person, one who deserves–and receives–the best health care available anywhere.

Smart Dieting for Athletic Performance and Nutritional Supplements

Come hear an entertaining and useful lecture by Charlie Smigelski on how to eat to feel good, help sports performance, and slow down aging. Learn how you can eat a breakfast that doesn't leave you hungrier by mid-morning. Hear what Rockie and Bullwinkle, and Chip and Dale, can teach you about smart snacking. Forget the pasta for supper and give peas a chance.

Charlie is a dietitian at Harvard University, Dimock Health Center and The Fenway Health Community. He lectures to professional and consumer groups on all aspects of aggressive nutritional support for cardiovascular disease, athletics, immuno-nutrition, and anti-aging. Particular interests include eating for athletic performance, and reversing disordered eating behaviors. He was affiliated with the Framingham Heart Study for 10 years. He has also written a book called EAT UP! that provides practical nutrition and eating advice for people living with HIV. It has sold over 25,000 copies.


See last year's videos and photos. Read the testimonials from 2003.


Design by Figwire Media.

Partners | Discussion Groups
Copyright 2003 Gay & Lesbian Athletics Foundation, Inc.