Nutrition expert sets Commonwealth Games menu

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USC’s Nutrition and Dietetics Program Leader Associate Professor Fiona Pelly is gearing up to help 6,600 athletes at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games make nutritious food choices.

The internationally respected sports dietician and nutritionist is leading a team of experts that is working with caterers to ensure a broad variety of food options are available to meet the needs of athletes from 70 countries.

During the Games, the team will also help athletes make informed food choices by providing detailed nutritional information and offering one-on-one consultations in the food hall.
 

 
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